Last month the Statesman reported new details of the 3eleven apartment tower proposed by Endeavor. Above and below are the more recent elevation drawings of the building.
Endeavor’s original proposal to develop the site on the bank of Shoal Creek was shot down by City of Austin Planning Commission on the grounds that a pecan tree on the site should be protected. The Planning Commission was not against the project, per se, just that configuration. The project has evolved into a new design that permits the tree to be moved elsewhere on site. Now, it looks like the project is on track to begin construction soon.
Name = 3eleven
Address = 311 Bowie Street
Number of floors = 37 (26 residential floors)
Building height = 400 feet
Number of dwellings = 358 units
Retail space = 4,268 ft (ground floor)
Office space = 40,684 ft (7th & 8th floors)
The architect, HKS, was also the architect of the luxury Ashton Apartment tower. 3eleven is expected to be a similar luxury-style apartment building.
A recent rendering of 3eleven by HKS Architects
Approximate situation of the building between Spring Condos and the Monarch Apartments