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Published on May 11th, 2016 | by Editor

25-Story Tower Proposed for Warehouse District (RENDERINGS)

Details emerged today about downtown Austin’s newest office tower that is proposed to take the place of a surface parking lot at the corner of 4th & Colorado.

405 Colorado Sky Lobby Rendering

The building will feature an open “sky lobby”. (Duda|Paine Architects)

Brandywine Realty Trust is developing 405 Colorado, a 25-story office building that will also include 12 levels of parking (with 530 parking spaces) and 3,000 sf of retail space.

The tower will feature 19,000 sf floor plates and a fitness center for tenants. The developer is  targeting both LEED and Austin Energy Green Building program certifications.

405 Colorado ground level rendering

405 Colorado will incorporate Great Streets Development Program guidelines.

According to a release, “the sculptural design features glass-enclosed office levels atop a strong terra cotta tiled podium base of parking. An open lobby entry and upper plaza levels punctuate the design.”

Duda Paine Architects, who also designed Colorado Tower and the Frost Bank Tower, is handling the building’s design. Austin Commercial has been handling the project’s pre-construction services.

405 Colorado Rendering

405 Colorado. (Duda|Paine Architects)

Brandywine is the largest multi-tenant commercial real estate owner and developer in Austin. There is currently no word on the status of site development permits or a potential construction start date.

Stay tuned to BuildingATX as we follow this project’s journey through the development process. What do you think of the building’s design? Leave your comments below!

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