70 Rainey

  • New Rainey Luxury Tower to Break Ground this Summer

    By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor 70 Rainey – Exterior Rendering Austin, Texas—70 Rainey, a luxury high-rise condominium tower, will break ground in August in Austin’s burgeoning Rainey Street neighborhood, next to downtown’s Hotel Van Zandt. The 34-story residential building will rise more than 100 feet higher than surrounding buildings, according to a prepared

    Austin 19 July 2016 12:40
  • Sackman Enterprises to Enter Austin with High-Rise

    New York-based Sackman Enterprises announced its largest expansion outside of the Northeast in its 45 years. A 35-story luxury condominium tower, named 70 Rainey after its address, will be developed in the Rainey Street district, continuing the transformation of this downtown neighborhood.

    Austin 11 April 2015 01:54

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