WGI is providing engineering services for a proposed 31-story, 326,509-square-foot high-rise at the corner of 14th and Guadalupe streets in Austin, Texas.
Austin developer hopes apartments spur construction next to N. Austin train station
The 357-unit, four-story building will sit on 9.63 acres. The gross square footage of the building would be 397,000, including about 7,000 square feet for commercial space.
STG Design, an Austin-based firm known for its work on high-profile projects such as the Oracle Corp. campus on East Riverside Drive and the Seaholm Residences condos downtown, will provide architecture and interior design services for the apartment project. Hitchcock Design will oversee landscape architecture.
Also involved with the development are Greystar for property management, WGI for civil engineering, TreeMan Solutions as arborist, Matador Project Solutions as project manager, Cadence McShane Construction for predevelopment construction, Armbrust & Brown as land use law firm and NorthMarq Capital.
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