This master plan for a 64-acre site in Austin, Texas sought to redevelop an existing corporate campus into a dense and vibrant mixed-use district with residential, retail and high-tech office space. The existing site contains eight office buildings, two parking garages and surface parking lots. The plan was organized into a grid that maintained maximum flexibility for the timeline of replacing existing structures while allowing new development to fill in around them.
An existing public transit line runs along one side of the property, and the plan proposed to relocate an existing station to a nearby undeveloped area at the edge of this property to better serve this site, an adjacent corporate campus and another mixed-use district. The primary street of the proposed plan functions as the principal retail spine and links the new transit station through the development to the adjacent district.
Page is following up on the preliminary master plan work with design work for multiple mixed-use high-rise office buildings, One Uptown and One and Two Skyrise, (office / retail + multifamily) as well as the new rail station.
The One Uptown office building is a 360,000-square-foot, 14-floor Class-A office building with 44,000-square-foot floor plates and a 4/1,000 parking ratio. The project is targeting LEED Silver certification.
One and Two Skyrise are landmark projects that occupy a key location at the symbolic terminus of Palm Way in the overall development’s master plan. Consisting of two high-rise office buildings, one above-grade parking garage and a large below-grade parking garage connecting all the buildings, these projects will provide roughly 1.3M square feet of office space across the site.
- Master Planning for 64-Acre, 5 Million Square Foot Mixed-Use Campus
- Phase I Includes:
One Skyrise: 758,000 SF Class A Office
Two Skyrise: 550,000 SF Class A Office
One Uptown: 360,000 SF Class A Office
- LEED Silver Targeting