AUSTIN | Waterline (98 Red River) | 1,024 FT | FLOORS

It has gotten to be a bit much on this site. this is “forum.newyorkyimby.com” yet in the past 3 hours there has been postings on 22 different threads of which only 7 have to do with New York.

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Hello

Can we please return to the original topic? Thank you :slightly_smiling_face:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CfCeSktFtry/
^^^Completion year: 2026

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This tower could make the Austin skyline a rival to most U.S. cities :slight_smile:

That’s true, but two more Supertalls could be added in Austin. :slightly_smiling_face: :slightly_smiling_face:

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?
What would those be?

^^^ around 1243 feet tall
https://forum.newyorkyimby.com/t/austin-railyard-district-2-towers/19312/5
^^^ around 1000 feet tall

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1,240 ft for a city the size of Austin? That’s pretty insane.
Pretty sure if built that’s the tallest outside of NYC and Chicago

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And also the tallest outside of Los Angeles and San Fransisco, as well as the tallest in Texas :slight_smile:

Lol take that, Houston -

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“Houston, we have a problem. We are lacking in height here and we are losing”

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Per the ATX:

Concrete is arriving on site while rebar continues to be formed into caissons.

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Per the ATX:

The crane base for the first of three Luffing cranes is in place. Photo by corvairkeith in the main thread for this project in the Austin subforum.


https://skyscraperpage.com/forum/sho…postcount=2123

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Per the ATX:

Crane #1 is going up today.

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The official building’s name is Waterline. It is scheduled to be completed sometime in late 2026.

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This building is very nice. Hopefully Austin gets those other 2 potential supertalls as well.

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It looks really lame.

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Three potential supertalls

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