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1836 SAN JACINTO


1836 SAN JACINTO LARGEST

FLOOR PLATES IN AUSTIN CBD UNDER CONSTRUCTION Uniquely located within the Capitol Complex, adjacent to the bustling Innovation and Medical Districts.


SPEC OFFICE

207,857 RSF

DELIVERING Q1 2021


INTERSECTION

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OF INNOVATION

Pflugerville

1836 SAN JACINTO

17 The Domain

The 16 Arboretum

Lake Travis

20 360 Bridge 9 Highland

West Lake

CATALYST TO EMERGING DISTRICT Ideally situated between the University of Texas, Dell Medical School and Texas Capitol, 1836 San Jacinto is well positioned to be the employment catalyst within Austin’s Innovation District. WALKABLE LOCATION 1836 San Jacinto is a five minute walk to

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Dell Medical School, Dell Seton Medical Center and AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.

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PROGRESSIVE

NEW URBANISM MASTER PLAN 1836 SAN JACINTO

1 8 0 1 CO N G R E SS 603 K S F C L A SS A O FFI C E

A CULTURAL GATEWAY The most resilient building is one that represents the community and is built to last. Significant efforts were made to preserve the architectural and cultural heritage of the Capitol Complex which will contribute to the district’s sustainability strategies.

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$1B Investment 10,000+ FTEs daytime population

G ROU N D FLOO R WA LK A B LE A M E N ITI E S

Broke ground Spring 2018 Anticipated 2022 completion

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BO B B U LLOC K STATE H I STO RY M US EU M

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SURROUNDING

DUAL–BRANDED MARRIOTT

ST. AUSTIN PRO

The Otis–220 rooms

LAKE AUSTIN

Office

140K SF

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$300M

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EXISTING BUILDINGS PROPOSED BUILDINGS: PHASES 1-3

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Office Phase 1–1M SF $500M

TEXAS STATE CAPITOL

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Office Phase 2–525K SF Phase 3–530K SF 122 Acres Total

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CAPITOL COMPLEX AREA

POTENTIAL FUTURE BUILDINGS

400K SF

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$150M

COURTHOUSE

$41M

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700K SF

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UT STADIUM UPGRADE

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Public South End Zone $175M

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS

UT BASKETBALL ARENA

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Office 200K SF Q1 2021 Delivery

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Public 12K Min. Seating Capacity

TH TIN LU E MAR

$350M-$450M

UT 2033 FUND Mixed-Use 500K SF TBD BRACKENRIDGE/UT

ORIGINAL HOSPITAL BLOCK

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BLOCK 166

Mixed-Use 14 Acres TBD

WALLER CREEK PROJECT

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Public Park 37 Acres $125M

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

GREENSPACE

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HOSPITALITY

FOOD & BEVERAGE


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT OPTIONS

DA R R E LL K ROYA L STA D I U M

ARTS 1

LBJ Presidential Library

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Harry Ransom Center

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Blanton Museum of Art

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Bullock Texas State History Museum

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Texas Memorial Museum

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Texas Capitol Visitors Center

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g to n e w f a c i l i t y

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Cactus Café

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Bass Concert Hall

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Scottish Rite Theater

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Frank Erwin Center (UT Medical School Future Site)

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Symphony Square

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SPORTS 12

Darrel K Royal Memorial Stadium

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Mike Meyers Stadium

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Disch-Falk Baseball Field

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UT Basketball Arena (Under Construction)

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UT Tennis Facility

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McCombs Field

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12 Min Walk Time

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AN ABUNDANCE OF ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS WALKABLE

H OTE L I N D I G O

ROOMS

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Austin’s Inn at Pearl Street

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2

Hotel Ella

3

Marriott

350

4

Future St. Austin MU

100

5

AT&T Executive Center

297

6

Hampton Inn & Suites

137

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Double Tree Suites

188

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Double Tree by Hilton

149

9

La Quinta

146

10

Super 8

50

11

Sheraton

365

12

Holiday Inn

171

13

Hotel Indigo

134

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Omni Austin

314

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InterContinental

189

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Aloft Element

278

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Driskill

189

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1,420 ROOMS NEARBY

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ENJOY THE MANY FOOD & BEVERAGE OPTIONS

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Café Medici

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Chick-Fil-A

2

Field of Greens

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Raising Cane’s

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Thai, How Are You?

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Papa John’s

4

Dobie

19

Pizza Hut

5

Taco Bell

20

Lavaca Teppan

6

K-Bop

21

El Mercado

7

3 Woks Down

22

Olamaie

8

Pho Thaison

23

Clay Pit

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Domino’s

24

Sushi Junai

10

Goodall’s Kitchen

25

Chicken Bowl

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Kesos Taco Bar

26

Thundercloud

12

Subway

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Scholz Garden

13

The Carillon

28

Texas Chili Parlor

14

Blanton Café

29

Denny’s

15

Jimmy Johns

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Food & Beverage

ALL YOUR FAVORITES WITHIN REACH

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music, health, and adventure converge.

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CBD CLASS A

207,857 RSF OFFICE OVERVIEW GROUND FLOOR RETAIL

17,987 SF

TYPICAL OFFICE (LVL 5-8) 39,801 SF TERRACE (LVL 9)

30,665 SF

PARKING (B1, LVL 2-4)

343 SPACES

PARKING RATIO

2.05/1,000 SF

MODERN DESIGN EFFICIENCIES Off-set core design allows for large efficient open floor plates. In-building amenities planned with ground floor retail, outdoor plaza and rooftop viewing terrace. BRAND IDENTITY Opportunity for building signage and branding along MLK Boulevard. LEED SILVER CERTIFICATION The building will be delivered to a minumum LEED Silver Design Standard. SA

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TERRACE LVL–30,665 RSF

TYPICAL FLOOR–39,801 RSF OUTDOOR PATIO LVL 5-9

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CBD CLASS A

207,857 RSF OFFICE FEATURES

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39,801 RSF floor plates—Largest within the CBD 207,857 RSF office space available Q1 2021 17,987 RSF of ground floor retail space with bike storage and shower Levels 5 -9 feature a NW facing outdoor balcony Spacious outdoor terrace facing the UT Stadium on Level 9 LEED Silver Design Certification On-site parking ratio of 2.05/1,000 SF Abundant off-site parking available in proximity Skybridge on level 6 connecting ERS building

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SOUTHEAST STREET VIEW

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ExistingERS– ERS– Existing

GROUND FLOOR

17,987 RSF

18TH Street

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

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–Building 200A –Building 200A

San Jacinto Blvd.

Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

2

RETAIL/OFFICE


ExistingERS– ERS– Existing

TYPICAL FLOOR

39,801 RSF

18TH Street

OFFICE

20,554 RSF OFFICE

39,801 OFFI

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–Building 200A –Building 200A

BALCONY

1 RSF ICE

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TERRACE

San Jacinto Blvd.

Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

10,121 RSF CONFERENCE CENTER


ExistingERS– ERS– Existing

TERRACE LEVEL

30,665 RSF

18TH Street

OFFICE

20,544 RSF OFFICE

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–Building 200A –Building 200A

TERRACE

San Jacinto Blvd.

Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

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10,121 RSF CONFERENCE CENTER


FOR MORE

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