Largo Concrete topped out at the Natiivo tower in downtown Austin, TX earlier this month. Located at the edge of the rapidly growing Rainey Street District, the 442,668gsf building is 33 levels all above grade. The first nine levels of the building are dedicated to parking with 24 levels of residential above holding 248 units.
All units come fully furnished with hotel licensing and can be offered as short-term rentals with building management providing hotel-like services and amenities. In addition to on-site concierge, housekeeping and laundry services the building also features a 18,000sf open air terrace on the 10th floor and a rooftop pool with cabanas and fireplace seating areas.
In total Largo poured 20,000CY of concrete over the course of 15 months with 130,000 manhours. The building is designed by STG Design and Cardno Haynes Whaley structural engineers and general contractor AECOM Hunt expect to have the project complete during the summer of 2021.
Largo topped out at the Homewood Suites in Austin, Texas last month. Working with general contractor DD&B Construction and designed by Phillips Partnership and DCI Engineers, the high-rise concrete frame building stands 17 stories on the eastern boundary of Austin’s Rainey Street District. With a total of 150 rooms across 200,369gsf, the first four levels will be designated for parking and are hidden by a metal facade which carries up the building’s core to the roof.
Largo completed the final clean at the Block 51, IBC Bank Building this week in Austin, TX for JE Dunn. The concrete framed building is over 400,000gsf and features 6-levels of commercial space above 7-levels of parking and retail on the ground floor. Scheduled to be complete in late 2014, this is the first commercial tower to be built in downtown Austin for 10-years with nearly 200,000sf of office space.
The curved façade on West Fifth distinguishes the building in one of the most coveted areas of town directly across from Republic Square Park and a couple blocks away from the Federal Courthouse and City Hall. Largo poured over 16,000CY of concrete over seven months with no recordable injuries.