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The Whitley

- Riverside Resources is the developer
- Address is likely 210 E. 3rd Street
- Height = 196ft’
- Stories = 16
- Number of dwellings = 266




The Whitley: Downtown's Next Apartment Tower

July 31, 2012

We’ve learned that the apartment tower which had been known simply as “3rd & Brazos”, will operate as The Whitley apartments.

The tower is currently under-construction. Local development firm Riverside Resources acquired the site in 2011 from Poe Companies (recall back in 2008, Poe intended to develop this site into the 21c Museum Residences).

The site consists of a half-block on 3rd Street, between Brazos and San Jacinto streets. The Whitley apartment tower will become part of an evolving Railyard District, a pocket of downtown south of 5th Street, east of Congress Ave.



3rd&Brazos-Intersection by Six Seraphim Photographic Division, on Flickr
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whitley_construction13 by Six Seraphim Photographic Division, on Flickr


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whitleyconstruction_6thFlr by Six Seraphim Photographic Division, on Flickr


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Camera Roll-1385 by Six Seraphim Photographic Division, on Flickr


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IMG_3227 by Six Seraphim Photographic Division, on Flickr




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http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/15/r...n-downtown-austin-a-wave-of-construction.html
 

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Amazing shots desertpunk. Another great filler for the Austin skyline. I don't remember what was here before this.
 

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Whitley Developer Cashing In On Completed Apartment Building



Apartment investors will have the opportunity to purchase one of Austin’s newest multifamily communities with the announcement Wednesday that the Whitley at 301 Brazos St. is for sale.

The 16-story downtown project opened in April and is 68 percent leased at prices that are among the highest in the city, in some cases exceeding $3 per square foot.

The Whitley was developed by Austin-based Riverside Resources in a joint venture with Principal Real Estate Investors, an entity formed by Principal Global Investors.
 
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