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Plans revealed for the new tallest tower in Texas
Downtown Austin’s First ‘Supertall’ Tower Plan Arrives at Waller Creek Site – TOWERSimage

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1,000 feet! Very impressive-Austin is really establishing itself as a high-tier skyline, however, in the long term, it is somewhat unfortunate that all of the buildings there are getting built at the same time.

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If this gets built you’ll see it from this webcam.

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This building reiterates the very high standards of NY. If this were proposed for the Grand Hyatt site, 2 WTC, or as the new JPMC HQ, New Yorkers would go ballistic. In Austin, however, it’s embraced as a sign of “We’ve arrived.”

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https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=displayOECase&oeCaseID=474692262&row=89

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Is this really going to be 1489 feet? Is there a render?

Is there a render of 1489 feet?

No. That’s the total height the tower will stick in the air from sea level. So tower height + ground elevation. FAA needs to know this due to flight paths. Tower height alone is 1034 feet.

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I see. Is there a recent render?

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Who would think little Austin is getting a supertall! :baby:

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Link: http://cctv.austinmobility.io/image/40.jpg

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I can’t remember now where I read someone saying that Austin is gonna have a bigger skyline than NYC. Probably skyscraper city.

That would take a while!

“I can’t remember now where I read someone saying that Austin is gonna have a bigger skyline than NYC. Probably skyscraper city.”

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