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Vista Brewing

Vista is a destination brewery located just outside of Austin in Driftwood, at the gateway of the Texas hill country. This new venue created 7,500 square feet of space for Vista to produce and serve their award-winning beers. Structures worked together with brewery specialists from…

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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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Oasis, Texas

  This destination mixed-use development of more than 30 shops and two restaurants shares the same property as the Oasis restaurant and sits on a cliff 450 feet above Lake Travis. One of the goals of the project was to create a European village market….

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P. Terry’s – 32nd and Lamar

When the owner of the locally owned P. Terry’s Burger Stand decided to open a second location of his popular Austin restaurant he chose the old Hill-Bert’s Burgers location on Lamar. Although the original building was demolished, the architect’s design for the new restaurant incorporated…

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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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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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P. Terry’s – William Cannon

After completing the P. Terry’s Lamar location, Structures was asked to be a part of the third location on William Cannon. As with the Lamar location the architecture was influence by the Southern California feel of the 1940s and 60s. The original building was transformed…

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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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Maudie’s – Hill Country

Maudie’s Hill Country, is the sixth location of the Maudie’s Tex-Mex family and the first free-standing location. The two story restaurant’s modern design was inspired by a mix of the Texas ranching lifestyle and Mexico. The restaurant includes a rooftop patio, where guests can take…

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