New Condo Tower Coming To Rainey Street District In Austin

AUSTIN, TEXAS – The Austin skyline is set to change again with a new high-rise condominium tower slated for the Rainey Street district, developers announced on Wednesday.

Canada-based real estate developer Intracorp announced plans for the first Austin development, a high-rise condominium tower on 44 East Avenue in Rainey Street, which is scheduled to break in the spring of 2020 and begin construction in the fall of 2022. Intracorp officials announced the plans in a press release released on Wednesday.

According to the report, the structure was designed by the renowned architects Page Architects in Austin. The new housing development on East Avenue at the corner of Cummings Street will be 51 stories high and approximately 50 meters high. Covering a total area of ​​around 460,000 square meters, the tower will contain around 330 homes for sale, a mix of efficiently designed 1 and 2 bedroom homes and larger 1 to 4 bedroom homes and some impressive penthouse options. Officials said.

Around 3,000 square meters on the ground floor will also be available for retail / dining space. An on-site parking structure will include over 500 parking spaces for both tenants as well as some for the public, according to Intracorp representatives. The company is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, with offices in a handful of cities in the United States and Canada.

Intracorp employees described a methodological process that involved hiring highly regarded local companies to bring their considerable talent to the project, including selecting Page as the lead architect for development with Larry Speck as the senior principal. According to official information, Page will also lead the interior design for the houses. Michael Hsu’s architectural office will take over the interior design for the common rooms and furnishing rooms. Flintco, LLC offers pre-construction work, BIG RED DOG Engineering as civil engineer, dwg as landscape architect and Urbanspace for project sales and marketing.

Michael Hsu commented on the project design: “On the threshold to the city center, the design combines the richness of an urban experience with the elegance of the popular hiking trail and the city’s waterfront.”

The news of the proposed construction follows Intracorp’s recent announcement of the opening of its new Austin office at 401 Congress Ave., led by Texas real estate veteran and Austinite Brad Stein, who runs the company’s operations in Texas will run.

“44 East Avenue is the best of downtown lakeside life,” Stein said. “It’s tucked away on Rainey Street, with Lady Bird Lake and the walking and biking trail literally steps from your front door. In addition to its location, the uninterrupted views of the lake and downtown make this project a one-of-a-kind Austin.” – Make a project. “”

Beginning with this first project at 44 East Avenue, Intracorp aims “… to establish itself as committed, lasting partners within the Austin community,” officials said in a prepared statement. To that end, the company announced plans to continue working with local talent and businesses that support Austin “… and looks forward to upholding the city’s culture and personality in their upcoming projects,” officials said.

Tony Kaleel, EVP Business Development at Intracorp., Said enthusiastically about the company’s entry into the Austin market: “We are very excited about our first project in the city. We couldn’t have asked for a better location than 44 East Avenue or 44 East Avenue. ” We look forward to continuing the dialogue with future potential partners in order to further expand our project pipeline in Austin. “

Company employees added that the Austin project will reflect Intracorp’s mission to “… build extraordinary homes in extraordinary places”. Other Intracorp projects are projects in Vancouver, Seattle and Los Angeles. Officials expressed hope that the proposed Austin apartment tower will be the first of many future projects for them in Austin, saying they “… put down roots in the community” while also being a long-term partner in the city’s growth.

“As we look for new cities to work with, we look at everything that makes a place truly liveable,” added Don Forsgren, President and CEO of Intracorp. “Are there jobs, opportunities on the horizon, is there a vibrant, active community with a great lifestyle?” When we first visited Austin, we were immediately interested in entrepreneurship. And now that we’re here, we’re excited to see it great city to deliver exceptional homes starting at 44 East Avenue. ”

More information about Intracorp can be found online at

About Intracorp (text provided):

Developing communities in six urban regions of North America, Intracorp has established itself as a real estate developer delivering exceptional experiences to homeowners. As one of the largest apartment building developers in North America, Intracorp has delivered more than 22,000 homes in 176 communities. Intracorp was born from founder Joe Houssian’s first business venture, Intrawest, which was founded in 1976. The company began as an urban residential real estate business that transformed into an internationally renowned resort and property development company that has been credited with the success of several outstanding ski resorts such as Whistler Blackcomb. Intracorp is currently developing extraordinary communities in British Columbia, Ontario, Washington, California and now Austin.

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>>> Rendering of the planned condominium tower at 44 East Ave. courtesy of Intracorp

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