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 We are located in the 35th tallest building in Austin! This was the 2nd building in Austin to exceed the Texas State Capitol height. After completion it became the tallest office building in Austin from 1974 until 1975, when the Bank of America Center was completed.
The former Chase Tower was once known quite glamorously as the “Golden Mirror,” wearing a 170,000-square-foot exterior sheath of reflective, gold-tinted glass panels. The inch-thick insulated panes, which contained a small amount of gold alloy, were said to reduce the solar heat gain of the tower by 80 percent, increasing the efficiency of its heating and cooling systems. Plus, the reflective nature of the glass meant the building’s office-dwellers wouldn’t need drapes.
Despite the glitz and glitter it lent the early Austin skyline, it appears the golden mirror had some downsides. Though the exact reason for its fall from favor isn’t entirely clear, the most common complaint is that the glare from the sun’s reflection off the building blinded downtown drivers.

6X Guadalupe

Formally known as the the Extended Stay Hotel, 6X Guadalupe offers 66 floors on 6th street set on a 1.63-acre site with condominium units, office space and restaurant space. It is currently the tallest building in Austin.

405 Colorado St.

The design  of 405 Colorado St. features glass-enclosed office levels atop structured parking wrapped with terra-cotta tiling. Standing tall at 162 feet above ground, 405 Colorado’s 14th floor Sky Lounge boasts ultra-rich amenities. The Sky Lounge seamlessly unfolds inviting living room environments mixed with functional workspace with a thoughtful modern design.

Frost Bank

The Frost Bank Tower is a skyscraper in Austin, Texas, United States. Standing 515 feet (157 m) tall with 33 floors, it is the sixth tallest building in Austin, behind The Independent, The Austonian, Fairmont Austin, and the 360 Condominiums. It was developed by Cousins Properties from November 2001 to December 2003 as a class A office building with 525,000 sq ft (48,774 m2) of leasable space. It was the first high-rise building to be constructed in the United States after the 9/11 attacks. The building was officially dedicated in January 2004.

5th & West

Fifth & West Residences is a 39-story residential skyscraper located at 501 West Ave. in Downtown Austin, Texas. The tower is the seventh tallest in Austin at 459 feet (140 m). Fifth & West is the fourth tallest all-residential tower in Austin, behind The Independent, The Austonian and 360 Condominiums. The building is located along a Capitol View Corridor, creating a unique triangular tower atop a square podium base. The tower is located in the Shoal Creek floodplain.

Indeed Tower

At 36 stories tall, Indeed Tower stands as the tallest and largest office tower in downtown Austin and offer tenants an unparalleled experience through its extensive office amenities, including a fitness center, dedicated conference center and outdoor terraces. Indeed Tower's floor plates, at an average size of ~34,000 sq. ft., will be among the largest in the market, making the project attractive to the growing tech tenant population while maintaining flexibility to appeal to more traditional office users.

Sienna at the Thompson

The 32-floor mixed-use tower development now nearing completion at the northeast corner of Fifth and Brazos Streets contains two Hyatt-owned hotel brands — the Thompson Hotel and the more casual, strategically-lowercased tommie — but atop the hotels and their associated retail closer to the ground at 501 Brazos Street, there’s a substantial residential component occupying the tower’s upper floors in the form of Sienna at the Thompson, a 331-unit apartment community in the pre-leasing phase with a temporary leasing office now open at the tower site.

360 Condos

The 360 Residential Condominiums skyscraper is located in Downtown Austin, Texas at 360 Nueces Street. The building itself stands 581 ft (177 m) tall with 44 floors, 430 condos, and over 14,000 sq ft (1,300 m2) of retail space. The building topped out in November 2007, and construction was officially completed on May 22, 2008. 360 Condominiums was the tallest building in Austin from January 15, 2008 to June 29, 2009 when The Austonian surpassed it. The tower also became the tallest residential tower in Texas, surpassing The Merc in Dallas before the Austonian also took that title. Currently, it is the fourth tallest building in Austin after The Independent, The Austonian, and the Fairmont Austin.

Hotel ZaZa

Combining the luxurious ambiance of a theatrical resort with the comfort and style of a boutique hotel, Hotel ZaZa invites travelers to a unique sensory experience. Striking the perfect balance between refinement and relaxation, extraordinary design meets complete functionality for business and leisure travelers alike. Elegant accommodations and sophisticated amenities provide consistently inspiring stays.

300 Colorado St.

The 300 Colorado St. building features an amenity floor with a 1,200 SF outdoor terrace with views of Lady Bird Lake, a 3,400 SF conference center with breakout space and catering kitchen, and a 5,100 SF fitness center with locker rooms. Within walking distance to downtown dining, retail and entertainment amenities.

The Austonian

The Austonian is a residential skyscraper in Downtown Austin, Texas, USA. At 683 feet (208 m) tall with 56 floors, the building is the second tallest in Austin, overtaking the 360 Condominiums and behind The Independent. It is also the second tallest building in Texas outside of Houston and Dallas, and the second tallest all-residential building in North America west of the Mississippi River (both behind The Independent).

The Fairmont

The Fairmont Austin is a 37-story hotel located on 101 Red River St, in Downtown Austin, Texas. Groundbreaking for the project began on November 3, 2014. The hotel, at 1,400,000 square feet (130,000 m2), is the largest of the Fairmont hotel chain. The hotel tops out at 595 feet (181 m) tall, surpassing Austin's previous tallest hotel, the Hilton Austin Hotel. The Fairmont Austin also features a skyway connection to the Austin Convention Center. The Fairmont Austin also features two restaurants: Revue, an American Buffet, and Good Things, a coffee shop and café, which anchor the Fairmont's glass-paned lobby area.

River South

River South will include a mixed-use 15 floor tower including office space, retail and parking. At 401 South 1st Street, overlooking park shores and the hill country, River South bridges the capital city’s Downtown and South Congress districts. From ground-level dining and retail, to 37,000 square-foot workspaces, enjoy the ease of commute and access to all that Austin has to offer.
With all that Austin nightlife has to offer, River South has a hotspot all its own. The 15th floor Sky Lounge is the perfect place to take a meeting, or take in the sunset with coworkers and friends when the day is done. Enjoy the exclusive full-service bar and private rooftop terrace, eye level with the city skyline.

Hyatt Centric

The Hyatt Centric Congress Avenue Austin will have 246 rooms and about 2,000 square feet of meeting and event space. It will include a ground-floor restaurant and bar, a second-floor bar, an eighth-floor outdoor lounge and bar and a 24-hour fitness center.
The Hyatt Centric, a boutique brand being developed by Hyatt, will also have a 1,400-square-foot presidential suite that will be available as private event space. The tower will not have on-site parking.