Austin: Tishman Speyer, Ryan Cos. Break Ground on 58-Story Mixed-Use Tower in Downtown
Feature Photo: Artist rendering of the 58-story tower Sixth and Guadalupe by Tishman Speyer and Ryan Cos.
Austin (Travis County) – A partnership between two developers, New York-based Tishman Speyer and Minneapolis-based Ryan Cos., has broken ground on 321 West, a 58-story mixed-use tower in downtown.
VBX last reported on the project in December when the working name of the project changed to Sixth and Guadalupe located on a nearly half-acre tract comprising two lots at 400 W. 6th St, near the Republic Square transit center.
The 569,000-square-foot building will house 1,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, 140,000 square feet of office space, 369 apartments and 440 parking spaces.
Artist rendering of the tower.
Handel Architects and Austin-based Page are designing the project, with INC Architecture & Design handling interior design.
The Austin office of Lincoln Property Company is developing the project. San Antonio-based Kairoi Residential and Gensler round out the project team.
Completion on the Sixth and Guadalupe tower is slated for late 2024.
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