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Old Posted Oct 3, 2018, 8:54 PM
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AUSTIN | 44 East | 573 FT / 175 M | 50 FLOORS

Developer: Intracorp
Architect: Page
Type: Condos, 330 units
Location: 44 East Avenue, Rainey District
Construction Timeline: Early 2019 Start Date - Fall 2022 Completion
Website: http://www.44eastavenue.com/

51-story condo tower planned for Rainey district

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A new-to-town developer is making a splashy Austin debut. Vancouver-based Intracorp, which last month named longtime Austinite Brad Stein as its managing director of Austin operations, is planning a 51-story condominium tower at 44 East Ave.

The 545-foot-tall, 460,000-square-foot building will rise about 20 stories higher than the tallest existing or currently planned buildings in the Rainey Street area.

Downtown Austin’s Frost Bank Tower, for comparison’s sake, is 516 feet tall.

Construction on the project – the first of several Stein said Intracorp envisions in Central Austin – will start early next year, with completion scheduled for fall 2022.

Intracorp did not reveal a price tag for the project.

The tower, which will take the place of a three-story office building constructed in 1983, will have 330 condos – a mix of one- and two-bedroom efficiencies, as well as larger one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom condos. Prices will be announced at a later date.

Lead architect for the 51-story tower is Page Architects.


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