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New 30-story office tower @ 3rd & Colorado in downtown Austin

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By Shonda Novak


Published: 9:50 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, 2012

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Cousins Properties Inc. says it plans to build a 30-story office tower at Third and Colorado streets, a project that could become the first new high-rise office building in downtown Austin since Cousins opened Frost Bank Tower eight years ago.

Cousins intends to break ground late this year on the new tower, which would have about 390,000 square feet of office space, said Tim Hendricks, senior vice president with Cousins. Twelve of the 30 stories would be for a parking garage with 900 spaces. The building


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Was delayed for a short period of time, but now on track. Groundbreaking expected later this year.





JAMCo builds Bastrop facility; Austin high-rise on track



JAMCo, a Georgia-based construction company, is building a Texas regional headquarters in Bastrop. The company furnishes and installs exterior envelopes for high-rise buildings.


President Phil Greeves said the company will be involved in its first major project in Austin later in the year when it provides products and services to Cousins Properties for a high-rise office tower scheduled to be built at Third and Colorado streets.

Cousins officials announced a year ago that the company would break ground late last year on the 30-story office tower. That didn’t happen, but plans might be coming together based upon Greeves’ comments Wednesday in a phone conversation with the Austin Business Journal.




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