Trammel Crow swoops into downtown AustinTrammel Crow swoops into downtown Austinhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=179662017-10-20T05:00:00Z2017-10-20T22:30:00Z

​​​Construction zone for new Trammel Crow SkyscraperAUSTIN – City documents show an initial plan for the redevelopment of a prime downtown Austin block by Trammell Crow Co. 

The 36-story office tower would have 665,000 sf of offices—making it the city's largest office skyscraper—plus restaurant and retail space.

The 1.75-acre site—surrounded by Colorado, West Sixth, Lavaca and West Seventh Streets—is owned by the University of Texas System. 

The UT System used to occupy offices on the site, although it has nearly finished relocating across the street to a new headquarters tower.

The current tower and parking garage on the block will be demolished. 

However, the Trammell Crow plans would preserve much of the historic Claudia Taylor Johnson Hall. 

The remaining space on the block would be converted into an open plaza.
Austin Business Journal
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