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Seaholm Redevelopment

The Seaholm Power Plant Redevelopment project is the private development of city owned land that includes the historic Seaholm Power Plant. The new development adapts the existing power plant to be used as commercial and office space and adds a 25-story residential tower and 3-level…

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4200 N Lamar

Description:  4200 N. Lamar was an old, two-story brick-and-glass, Seton medical office building that was redeveloped to be a 30,000 sf mixed-use building. Tenants for the building include Tacodeli, Floyd’s 99 Barber Shop, Cencor/Weitzman and Uchiko, the second location of the sushi restaurant, Uchi. For…

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Uchiko

Uchiko is the sister restaurant to one of Austin’s most respected restaurants, Uchi, which is operated by renowned chef Tyson Cole and was part of the 4200 N. Lamar project. The design evokes the atmosphere of a simple Japanese farmhouse with an emphasis on natural…

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Banger’s

Banger’s Sausage House and Beer Garden is a restaurant, bar and music venue in the Rainey Street District. The restaurant is a new conventionally wood framed two level building supported by a conventional slab on grade foundation system. In addition, an original single level wood…

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Congress Avenue Residence

Located in downtown Austin this historical renovation overlooks Congress Avenue just three blocks from the Capital and is considered one of the first “Brownstones” of the community. After discussing the owner’s requests, we realized the need to allow for large formal gatherings, but still allow…

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Freedmen’s

Freedmen’s is a restaurant and bar in West Campus that offers modern mixology, brews and barbecued meats, including wild game. The original 1860s two-story building was built by freed slaves and once housed Austin’s first African American newspaper, the Gold Dollar. Location: Austin, Texas

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Penn Field

Penn Field is a former World War I air base used for training bi-plane pilots and radio operators. After 1920 the buildings were converted to house a variety of mixed-use tenants including, automobile parts manufacturing, furniture making and fireplace maker, CFM Majestic. Over the years…

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416 Congress

Strucutres performed a feasibility study to determine if and how the existing Robertson building constructed in 1893 could be converted into a boutique hotel with 130 guest rooms over event space, restaurant with a cafe and a rooftop pool with bar and lounge. Location: Austin,…

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El Arbol Restaurant

Although the old Gorbit Sprinkler building had been built in the 1960’s, it was the 150 year old oak tree on the site that became the namesake for El Arbol, an Argentinean restaurant and parrilla. As plans to preserve the neglected building began to take…

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Urban Townhouse

The Urban Townhouse residence is a three story, 9,000 sf historic building originally built in 1874. Throughout its history the property, located two blocks from the State Capitol, was home to several retail establishments. The project scope consisted of restoring the aged property to its…

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