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High Rises Making Mark On Austin Skyline

The Lincoln in Austin’s Museum District; image via CTBUH

Developer Reger Holdings broke ground on September 15 in Austin, Texas, for The Linden, a 28-story residential tower in the city’s Museum District near the state capitol, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat reports. The high rise will feature 117 units ranging from one to three bedrooms and will also offer several two-story penthouses. The 10th floor is dedicated to amenity space, and the building will house a gallery featuring local and international artists at street level. The project was designed by Rhode Partners and will be built by Bartlett Cocke. Another Austin high rise, The Independent, is expected to be fully open and completed by October, Community Impact reported. With 58 stories, The Independent is the tallest building in Austin. The 363-unit residential tower offers more than 20,000 ft2 of amenities, including a dog park, a children’s playroom, a pool, a theatre and guest suites. With consulting provided by Lerch Bates, The Independent’s vertical-transportation system was installed by TK Elevator. The project was developed by Aspen Heights and CIM Group, and also shows off a design by Rhode Partners. Tenants began moving in in May.

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