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Downtown. A system of interconnectivity. A place where kinetic, non-linear streets are interwoven within the community to create a shared metropolis. And for the community to thrive, the downtown must be rooted in a logical, functioning environment, where everyone can be a part of the atmosphere.
Considered to be the new “downtown,” IBC Bank Plaza is at the epicenter of Austin’s downtown core as it moves outward to the south and west. Sited across the street from the new federal courthouse, IBC Bank Plaza anchors the northwest corner of Austin’s Republic Park with Class-A office space and restaurants.
The project is seeking LEED Silver certification with 195,000 square feet of office space across seven levels, six levels of parking with 450 cars along with a bank drive-thru to complement IBC Bank’s new home. The project’s architectural style and street-level presence is designed to support Austin’s Great Street’s Program through ground-level restaurant, retail and landscaped streetscape.
203,400 square feet
9th and 13th floor office terrace
560-car, 6-level above-grade parking
Seeking LEED Silver Certification
The Vision and Design
With high prominence on the park, the project is designed with a base of natural Texas stone and a light buff-colored precast body. Its façade is made up of high-efficient, low-e glass that is accented with metal “pinstripes” and deep sunshades on curving glass, opening up views of the Texas Hill Country. With a typical bay size of 30 feet by 45 feet, IBC Bank Plaza seeks to provide tenants the ultimate flexibility in tenant space planning and efficiency. Additional amenities include two roof decks providing panoramic views of the park, downtown and unobstructed views of the state capital.