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Old Posted Oct 17, 2019, 4:50 PM
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Plan revealed for tallest tower at The Domain

Construction starts on Stonelake's 24-story tower

https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/n..._news_headline

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Construction starts on Stonelake's 24-story tower

https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/n..._news_headline

308'
They goofed on the article. Domain Tower II hasn't been approved yet. We haven't seen any elevations for it yet. The only height we have for it is from a design commission file that I believe the ATX posted that said it would be 253 feet with 19 floors. The FAA permit for it listed the height as 274 feet.

Also, they got the location wrong. Domain Tower II is located next to the Domain Tower that Indeed occupies (10721 Domain Drive).

That article is showing Domain Tower II as the location of Domain Tower III, the one next to the Bowen (the residential tower).

The Domain III Office Tower is 308 feet, but that's only the height to the main roof. The mechanical penthouse height that was listed on the elevations shows it as 320 feet. The FAA permit also says 330 feet.



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The graphic below is the correct locations of these buildings. Domain Office Tower IV would be located in the parking lot to the south of the Domain Office Tower III.

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Some additional renders for the forthcoming South End towers.

I don't think these have been posted yet, but can be found at the second Folder Attachment "AEC Domain South CSP CD-2018-0007" from the site plan:

https://abc.austintexas.gov/web/perm...ertyrsn=137115

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They goofed on the article. Domain Tower II hasn't been approved yet. We haven't seen any elevations for it yet. The only height we have for it is from a design commission file that I believe the ATX posted that said it would be 253 feet with 19 floors. The FAA permit for it listed the height as 274 feet.

Also, they got the location wrong. Domain Tower II is located next to the Domain Tower that Indeed occupies (10721 Domain Drive).

That article is showing Domain Tower II as the location of Domain Tower III, the one next to the Bowen (the residential tower).

The Domain III Office Tower is 308 feet, but that's only the height to the main roof. The mechanical penthouse height that was listed on the elevations shows it as 320 feet. The FAA permit also says 330 feet.

The graphic below is the correct locations of these buildings. Domain Office Tower IV would be located in the parking lot to the south of the Domain Office Tower III.
Yeah, Domain II and Domain III get mixed up a lot because there are site maps that show the towers labeled both ways. Domain IV will be another 300 footer at 319'.
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They goofed on the article. Domain Tower II hasn't been approved yet. We haven't seen any elevations for it yet. The only height we have for it is from a design commission file that I believe the ATX posted that said it would be 253 feet with 19 floors. The FAA permit for it listed the height as 274 feet.

Also, they got the location wrong. Domain Tower II is located next to the Domain Tower that Indeed occupies (10721 Domain Drive).

That article is showing Domain Tower II as the location of Domain Tower III, the one next to the Bowen (the residential tower).

The Domain III Office Tower is 308 feet, but that's only the height to the main roof. The mechanical penthouse height that was listed on the elevations shows it as 320 feet. The FAA permit also says 330 feet.



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The graphic below is the correct locations of these buildings. Domain Office Tower IV would be located in the parking lot to the south of the Domain Office Tower III.
Sent an email to the ABJ and they advised that Stonelake says the names that the city has are different than the marketing ones. Don't know if that clears thing up or not.
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Broadmoor development plans are being made public in pieces from different sources. So this sums up what we know so far:

Block L Office Tower #1 - 25-Stories
From CBRE listing, no permits filed - could be first tower to take advantage of ZC to 360' height

Block L Office Tower #2 - 19-Stories
From CBRE listing, no permits filed

Block A Office Tower - 14-Stories*
Site plan filed

Block A Residential Tower - 12-Stories/355 Units
Site plan filed

Block F Apartments - 7-Stories/425 Units
Site Plan filed

*CBRE has a listing for an 8-story office building in Block A. But the only office building in the Block A site plan is for the 14-story office building listed above. The 8-story building plans could have changed to 14-stories, or a separate site plan could be filed at a future date for the 8-story building.
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Is there a site map showing those blocks? I'd like to add them to my Google Earth model, but I'd rather they be as accurate to their true location as possible.
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Is there a site map showing those blocks? I'd like to add them to my Google Earth model, but I'd rather they be as accurate to their true location as possible.
I haven't seen a nice map that neatly shows the various blocks.

The Block F apartments that are probably not worth mapping are at the corner of Gault & Burnet.

The Block L office towers are next to the proposed Cap Metro station, but I don't recall where exactly where that is.

The Block A buildings are somewhere in the blacked out area here:
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Stonelake renamed the towers on their website, here is their news clip, they mention 15 phases and this is phase 4. what are the other possible phases to take it to 15 ?
Would like to see what is planned for the 14 acres of 045. A few possible phases are , bowen, tower3, tower4, park, hotel, ....


https://www.stonelake.com/images/new...2010.17.19.pdf
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Broadmoor development plans are being made public in pieces from different sources. So this sums up what we know so far:

Block L Office Tower #1 - 25-Stories
From CBRE listing, no permits filed - could be first tower to take advantage of ZC to 360' height

Block L Office Tower #2 - 19-Stories
From CBRE listing, no permits filed

Block A Office Tower - 14-Stories*
Site plan filed

Block A Residential Tower - 12-Stories/355 Units
Site plan filed

Block F Apartments - 7-Stories/425 Units
Site Plan filed

*CBRE has a listing for an 8-story office building in Block A. But the only office building in the Block A site plan is for the 14-story office building listed above. The 8-story building plans could have changed to 14-stories, or a separate site plan could be filed at a future date for the 8-story building.
I believe the new broadmore train station has to be under construction before block L can get a building permit per the rezone restrictions. As far as I'm aware, they are still looking for the 2nd half of the funding for that station. It's possible it could come from a Project Connect Bond but it would be nice if the new stations could find private money and we could use those public dollars for the new track passing areas or full double tracking from downtown to the domain.
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Stonelake renamed the towers on their website, here is their news clip, they mention 15 phases and this is phase 4. what are the other possible phases to take it to 15 ?
Would like to see what is planned for the 14 acres of 045. A few possible phases are , bowen, tower3, tower4, park, hotel, ....


https://www.stonelake.com/images/new...2010.17.19.pdf
That's interesting. Their phases are individual buildings so far. So in no particular order The Bowen, Domain III and Domain IV would take it through Phase VII. The final eight phases seem to be just guesses at this point. But demo of Bldg. 045 would certainly be at least part of other phases.
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Based on the footprint of their other buildings, Stonelake could easily fit six more buildings where Bldg 045 and its remaining parking are located.

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Based on the footprint of their other buildings, Stonelake could easily fit six more buildings where Bldg 045 and its remaining parking are located.

So the recently announced building II is going where building III is located on the map?
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So the recently announced building II is going where building III is located on the map?
Yup. Anything to make keeping track of Domain buildings more difficult.
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they have to provide 1 acre of the 14 acres IBM sits on for a park based on this, the rest can be anything. The marketing mentions hotel and retail.


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Based on the footprint of their other buildings, Stonelake could easily fit six more buildings where Bldg 045 and its remaining parking are located.


Take what is already built or planned and subtract that out from what they listed in Stonelake's press announcement and you can make an educated guess for the other phases

"Stonelake’s masterplan includes approximately fifteen (15) phases and a mixture of uses including 3 million square feet of Class-AA office, 2,500 multifamily units, 50,000-sf of amenity restaurants and a signature hotel."

They are required 1 acre for a park, they mention restaurants and a signature hotel and significantly additional office space to reach 3M and if they add more MF, they will need to increase the park space
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I believe the new broadmore train station has to be under construction before block L can get a building permit per the rezone restrictions.
That makes sense.
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Take what is already built or planned and subtract that out from what they listed in Stonelake's press announcement and you can make an educated guess for the other phases

"Stonelake’s masterplan includes approximately fifteen (15) phases and a mixture of uses including 3 million square feet of Class-AA office, 2,500 multifamily units, 50,000-sf of amenity restaurants and a signature hotel."

They are required 1 acre for a park, they mention restaurants and a signature hotel and significantly additional office space to reach 3M and if they add more MF, they will need to increase the park space
I'll play along. A one acre park is rather insignificant in a 33 acre development. So they should easily squeeze that in somewhere. So assuming they continue calling each building a phase, the hotel would be one phase. If they keep with the plans for that many residential units and office square footage, they will need 3 or 4 more residential towers and 3 or 4 more office buildings. That will account for all 15 phases.
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Here are a few new renderings of Domain South End from HPI's website

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Had no idea about the bridge, interesting
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As an occupant of the Domain North End:

Let the rivalry begin.

I hope they turn that glorified puddle into an actual scenic pond.

Also, I hope they eventually demolish those (completely inaccessible) banks on the corner.

One more thing: they put up the big green neon sign for the Dos Salsas Tex-Mex across Burnet from the Domain. It adds to the area, for sure. I don't have a pic, but here's the rendering:



You can't tell from the rendering but it glows bright green.

Oddly (and thankfully) they... like... erected a wall thingy to block visibility of their surface-level parking lot from Burnet. I've never seen anyone ever do such a thing. You can kinda see the beginning of it in the right side of that rendering. Maybe they didn't want a bunch of people cutting through their parking lot?
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