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Old Posted Jan 22, 2017, 11:27 PM
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Backup pdf for this says 350 feet as mentioned above, and this also includes two elevations showing the heights. The highest height on the mechanical penthouse is 357 feet 9 inches with 33 floors.

http://www.austintexas.gov/edims/document.cfm?id=269994
Cool. The elevations weren't attached yet when I last looked at the file. Despite the rendering, I'm going with 358'/33-stories as the height based on a preponderance of evidence.
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Old Posted Jan 24, 2017, 10:09 PM
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Poor thing it lost all its cool luster...Blah
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Yep... everyone likes the pretty pictures until they find out how much those details cost and how much sellable space is lost on beautiful sweeping angles.
Sad but true.
I agree it lost it's edge.
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The site plan was approved and released today. The elevations are included, and there doesn't look to be any changes from what we already knew.

https://abc.austintexas.gov/web/perm...ertyrsn=879344
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It's been over two months since the site plan was approved, and there has been nothing but crickets - until this morning. A permit was filed this morning for the construction of this thing. I would feel better about its chances if the developer would announce a groundbreaking. But at least it's moving forward.

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Another crane will be going up? City bird.
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It's been over two months since the site plan was approved, and there has been nothing but crickets - until this morning. A permit was filed this morning for the construction of this thing. I would feel better about its chances if the developer would announce a groundbreaking. But at least it's moving forward.

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My source says it is definitely moving forward.
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A new Statesman update tonight says groundbreaking is expected by the end of the year. Although the article indicates the design hasn't been finalized and financing has not been secured.

http://www.mystatesman.com/business/...R8UN/?ghdfhfsd
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