The Loren at Lady Bird Lake in Austin, TX is a mid-rise structure Largo worked on with general contractor, Hoar Construction. Located on the south end of the Lamar Blvd. bridge, the building features panoramic views of the lake and the downtown skyline. Two levels of below grade parking, with 148 stalls and nine levels above grade, make up the 290,339 gsf cast-in-place building. The development has both a residential and hospitality component, with 24 apartment style units and 108 hotel rooms under one roof. Residents and guests share the same amenities, including a 24-hour concierge service, gym, spa and rooftop pool on level eight.
The design called for spread footing foundations and A-frame shoring, by Peri Formwork, was used for the cast-in-place basement walls. Typical levels are 10 ft 6 in floor-to-floor, with the penthouse and roof decks standing 13 ft 6 in and 14 ft respectively. Typical deck pours averaged 12,500 cubic yards and were poured every six days. Over the course of nine months, Largo poured 15,119 cubic yards of concrete working with architects Rhode Partners, Inc. and Viewtech, Inc. structural engineers.