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The Austonian

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Identification

The Austonian
200 Congress
265207

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Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
concrete
caisson foundation
glass
light blue blue
postmodernism
flat roof with 1 box

Usages

residential condominium shop(s)
fitness center

Facts

  • The first tower crane was delivered to the site and erected on January 12, 2008.
  • The building officially became the tallest building in Austin on Monday, June 29, 2009, officially passing 360 Condominiums in height.
  • The topping out ceremony was held on September 17, 2009 by adding a 32-foot steel beam to the building. It was signed by everyone who contributed to the construction of the building.
  • Tower crane was removed over a two-week period starting on January 5, 2010.
  • Decorative lighting in the crown was first turned on on December 23, 2009.
  • The building features a sky lounge on the 55th floor and a fitness center on the 56th floor.
  • Visible in four Central Texas counties: Travis, Bastrop, Hays, and Williamson Counties.
  • The building became the tallest building in Texas outside of Houston and Dallas, surpassing Burnett Plaza in Fort Worth, which formerly held that title.
  • Surpassed by The Independent in May 2018.

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Location

200 Congress Avenue
100 West 3rd Street, 100 West 2nd Street
200 Congress Avenue
78701
Warehouse District
Downtown
Austin
Texas
U.S.A.

Technical Data

682.91 ft
682.91 ft
682.91 ft
621.92 ft
634.91 ft
634.91 ft
56
2007
2010
$200,000,000

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Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings
  • Balconies are available
  • Exercise facility is available
  • Swimming pool is available
  • Tuned mass damper is installed
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