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70 Rainey is a new high rise condo development by Sackman Enterprises in Austin, Texas is a 34 story glass structure in the eclectic Rainey Street neighborhood. This sleek modern glass tower was designed by the award winning Page Architects, comprising of 164 condos right across from the Mexican American Cultural Center.
The condos and penthouse condos face views of Lady Bird Lake, and the Texas Hill Country, in close proximity to downtown. Amenities include concierge service, infinity-edge pool, gym, outdoor gaming area, gardening space, a dog park, a therapeutic dipping pool, bistro seating, a walking path, outdoor grills, on-site restaurant/bar, and garage parking. Residents can walk to the shops/bars on Rainey Street, the boardwalk of miles of lakeside hiking, and bike trails.
This building was originally designed in 1950 by architect Wyatt C. Hedrick, and constructed completed in 1952. For this adaptive reuse renovation of this 18-story tower, Andres Construction Services provided infilling for 150 apartments with luxury vinyl plank, large shower/bathtub combinations, and quartz countertops, as well as a 7,450-sf rooftop amenity deck and pool, a 4,220-sf amenity center, a 2,448-sf gym, and ground-floor retail space. The LEED-certified project now operates with up-to-date efficiencies, new windows, and upgraded mechanical systems to enhance resident comfort and reduce energy consumption.
This AMLI property is a new 45-story luxury residential high-rise in the Dallas Arts District, the city’s vibrant epicenter of creativity and culture. It was designed for LEED Gold® certification and is the tallest building to be constructed in downtown Dallas in more than 30 years. The newly erected high-rise is precisely where I.M. Pei and Associates originally planned for a 2nd tower over 30 years ago.
This high-rise is a 41-story residential building set in the heart of the Dallas Arts District that embraces the neighborhood’s rich assortment of cultural destinations, including the adjacent Nasher Sculpture Center and Meyerson Symphony Center. It occupies the district’s final piece of undeveloped real estate. Inside the building will be 364 luxury residential units and 52 mixed-income artists’ lofts, including 43 affordable artist residences, and 553 parking spaces.
The Independent Austin is a residential skyscraper and the tallest building in Austin, Texas. It contains 58 floors, 370 condos, and it has been nicknamed the “Jenga Tower”, and the “Tetris Tower.” Each of the four tiers offers a unique mix of residences, including one, two, and three-bedroom units. Each floor plan within the condo community is highly optimized with more than twenty different floor plans to choose from. Many of the residences also offer protected views of Lady Bird Lake, and the Hill Country.
The 9th floor contains amenities such as a heated pool, club room, playground, and dog park, while the 34th floor contains a fitness center, yoga deck, and an outdoor lounge.
Built over a fifty-five-year period beginning in 1924, Lone Star Gas Lofts was a four building complex on a full city block with two of the buildings being art deco masterpieces designed by Lang & Witchell, one of Dallas’ great architects of the first half of the 20th century.
The redevelopment of these historic buildings was comprised as a mixed use project with 230 loft apartments range in size from a 565 square foot efficiency to the 2,950 square foot penthouse, 13,000 SF of retail, and 277 parking garage, along with swimming pool, outdoor patio spaces and exercise facilities.
The Plaza Lofts at Republic Square building is located in the warehouse district downtown Austin, right across from Republic Square Park. The architecture was designed to fit the modern interpretation of traditional Austin architecture, while incorporating sustainable design features. The Republic Square building was one of the first buildings downtown Austin that was certified as a Green Building by the Austin Green Building Program, and received a 4 Star Rating.
The 60 lofts range in size from 900 square feet to 2,350 square feet. Some of them have the elevators open up directly into the loft. The building is a total of 12 stories, and has the pool on the rooftop.
This is an important milestone in the more than 20-year effort by the community and Capital Metro to revitalize this property.
The 10 acres of the Plaza Saltillo District will include approximately 800 apartments, of which at least 15% will be deeply affordable, 110,000 square feet of retail, 140,000 square feet of office space, 1.4 acres of open space and public art.
The Plaza Saltillo District will feature one of the region’s most diverse mobility infrastructure programs, including the established MetroRail station, plus pedestrian paseos, extension of San Marcos Street, new below and above ground parking garage, electric vehicle stations, reserved Car2Go spaces, a B-Cycle station and an extension of the Lance Armstrong Bikeway. One of the primary goals of redeveloping this area is to increase rail and bus ridership, and we anticipate that will occur with more than 1,700 people estimated to live and/or work there.
The project is seeking LEED Silver Designation.
Located between South Victory and the Design District, soaring at 30 stories, The Katy is the tallest apartment community in Victory Park. This residential building is comprised of studios, one to two bedroom apartment homes and penthouses.
Along with its well-appointed design, unmatched views, and direct Katy Trail access, The Katy is home to some of the most unique amenities in the neighborhood, including a private resident bike club, gym and yoga room with city views, and a night-level lunge deck. In addition, a local coffee bar and juice bar, bicycle shop, and a large dog park cater to resident lifestyles, and enliven the social scene of the area.
HRI Properties’ 2016 adaptive-reuse of the historic Mayflower Dallas Building transformed an abandoned former office building into 215 mixed-income apartments, on-site parking, approximately 14,000 square feet of ground floor retail, and restaurant space.
Situated on a one-acre site on the edge of downtown Dallas at 411 N. Akard Street near Ross Tower, the 1962 new-formalist building, was originally designed by noted architect Thomas Stanley, consisting of nine above ground floors and a six-story subsurface parking garage.
Located in Dallas’ Victory Park neighborhood, this high-rise includes 23 residential floors, 285 apartments, 15,000 square feet of indoor amenity space, and 8,000 square feet of outdoor amenity space. The multi-use development area consists of retail, restaurants and a 41,000-square-foot cinema featuring more than 700 seats above a six-level residential parking garage. The project has been built to LEED standards.