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Old Posted Jul 4, 2014, 9:29 PM
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AUSTIN | 48 East | 358 FEET | 33 FLOORS

The article states it's a 35-story tower, but I only counted 28 floors in the rendering and it seems to be about 300 feet or so.

http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/pr...ney-tower.html
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Jul 4, 2014, 5:00am CDT
Lee ready to tackle Rainey tower

Jan Buchholz
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Austin Business Journal

Austin developer Robert Lee is gaining momentum in the hot infill business and is about to embark on his most ambitious project yet — a $100 million, 35-story apartment complex that will be built around the corner from SkyHouse Austin, the glitzy new apartment complex recently completed by Atlanta-based Novare Group in the Rainey Street District.

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New renderings featuring a different design have surfaced:

http://stgdesign.com/portfolio/in-pr...-family-tower/











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I am #living for this design. #yaaaaaaaaasqween
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Wow. That's gorgeous.
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It looks to be around 360 feet or so. Windsor on the Lake is 339 feet, and Skyhouse is 264 feet.
Well, I was close on my estimation of the height...

They posted the site plan today. The elevations are on pages 19 and 20.

ftp://ftp.ci.austin.tx.us/ATD_AULCC/...enue_PLANS.pdf

The heights are:

370 feet to the high roof
360 feet to the low roof
350 feet to the 33rd (top floor). There's also a 33rd floor setback on the building's north side at that height.

This building is going to be soooo fine.
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Construction scheduled to begin in May. My favorite side of this building is the one facing south.

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Latest iteration features a more conventional design:

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