5th & Congress (Pending)
501 Congress Ave
Completion in 2009

5th & Congress
501 Congress Ave
Completion in 2009

- 47 Floors / 700 Feet
- 200 Units
- Units from - - - SF
- Unit Types: -
- Mixed use plan includes retail, commercial, hotel, and residential. Total project is 925,000 square feet, the largest planned Austin project by a wide margin and nearly twice the square feet of the Frost Bank Tower. Designed by the world-famous architecture firm of Pelli Clarke Pelli, who also designed the Petronas Towers, once the tallest buildings in the world and the Museum of Modern Art and Museum Tower in New York City. Project to include 100,000 square feet of retail on the first three floors, 250 room luxury hotel and up to 350 "affordably priced" apartments and condominiums. While many of the details are still up in the air, the project continues to grow in scale. Also includes a 12-story parking garage one block away. Condos will be on the highest floors.

- Least Expensive Unit: $500,000 ($500/SF)
- Most Expensive Unit: $-
- Pricing has been reported to be in the $500-$600/SF range or approximately $700K for the average 1,150 SF unit. More moderate apartments may be added above garage one block away.

- Concierge: Y
- Pool: Unknown
- Gym: Y
- Parking: Y
- Not announced. Condos will likely have access to hotel amenities.

Construction Information
- Completion in 2009
- Current Phase: Planning
- Zoning Status: Requesting variances
- Budget: Unknown
- Total SF: 220000
- Cost / SF: Unknown
- Developer: T. Stacy & Associates
- Architects: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects

Sales Information
- Sales Office: No
- Broker: -
- Phone: -
- Website: -