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  • $500M Mixed-Use Trio of Towers Proposed for Downtown Austin

    “Every project begins with a vision, and this is a grand vision on a great site,” said local real estate consultant Charles Heimsath about the proposed plan to build a $500M mixed-use project downtown Austin. If the plan receives approval from the city, the Austin skyline will change dramatically through the addition of three new towers, one of which could become the city’s tallest building.

    Austin 09 May 2013 20:13

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