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List of tallest buildings in Austin, Texas

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The tallest completed building in the U.S. city of Austin, Texas is the 58-story Independent, which is 690 ft (210 m) tall. Completed in 2019, it is the tallest building in Texas outside of Houston and Dallas and the tallest all-residential tower west of the Mississippi River.[1] The second-tallest building is The Austonian, which stands 683 ft (208 m) tall; this is followed by the Fairmont Austin at 595 ft (181 m) tall and the 360 Condominiums, which stands 581 ft (177 m) tall and was Austin's tallest from 2008 to 2010.[2] The fifth-tallest building is the Frost Bank Tower, which was Austin's tallest structure from 2004 until 2008.[3]

The history of skyscrapers in Austin began with the construction of the Scarbrough Building in 1910, which is often regarded as the first skyscraper built in the city.[4] Austin went through a skyscraper boom in the 1970s and 1980s,[5] which resulted in the construction of more than 15 of the tallest buildings in the city. Since 2007, the city has been going through a second building boom, with a multitude of buildings constructed, including The Independent, The Austonian and 360 Condominiums.

Tallest buildings

This list ranks Austin's delivered (completed and occupied) skyscrapers that stand at least 200 feet (61 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts or other objects not part of the original plans. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings.

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Coordinates Primary Purpose Notes
1 The Independent Independent Under Construction.jpg 690 (210) 58 2019 30°16′04.6″N 97°45′03.04″W / 30.267944°N 97.7508444°W / 30.267944; -97.7508444 Residential [6] The tallest all-residential building in the United States west of the Mississippi River; tallest building in Texas outside Houston and Dallas.
2 The Austonian Slightly elevated view of a 60-story skyscraper with a glass facade set atop a rectangular pedestal; the building has balconies on every floor and has two small setbacks near the roofline. 683 (208) 56 2010 30°15′53.43″N 97°44′41.37″W / 30.2648417°N 97.7448250°W / 30.2648417; -97.7448250 Residential A 61-foot rooftop screen element sits atop the 622-foot condo tower bringing its official height to 683 feet[1]
3 Fairmont Austin Fairmont Austin on an Overcast Day.jpg 595 (181) 37 2018 30°15′43.54″N 97°44′17.50″W / 30.2620944°N 97.7381944°W / 30.2620944; -97.7381944 Hotel A 139-foot spire sits atop the 456-foot hotel bringing its official height to 595 feet.[7]
4 360 Condominiums View of the 360 Condominiums from the north; the building has a blue glass facade; there is a setback 1/3 of the way up and a spire on the top of the tower. 581 (177) 44 2008 30°16′2.27″N 97°44′58.94″W / 30.2672972°N 97.7497056°W / 30.2672972; -97.7497056 Residential Currently the sixth tallest all-residential building in the United States west of the Mississippi River; Stood as the tallest residential building in Texas until the Austonian surpassed it; the building was originally designed to be shorter, but more floors and units were later added. A 109-foot spire projects up from the 472-foot building bringing its official height to 581 feet[2]
5 Frost Bank Tower Ground view of the Frost Bank Tower; the tower has the appearance of an owl; the building has multiple setbacks; there is a cyan colored crown on the top of the building. 516 (157) 33 2004 30°15′58.73″N 97°44′34.65″W / 30.2663139°N 97.7429583°W / 30.2663139; -97.7429583 Office Once the tallest building in Austin at time of completion, it was the first skyscraper in the United States to start construction after the September 11, 2001 attacks. A 116-foot crown sits atop the 400-foot office building bringing its official height to 516 feet[3]
6 W Austin Hotel and Residences A view from Zilker Park of the building; the tower is topped out; the building is rectangular, and there are no setbacks; the building has a reflective blue facade; the tower appears to look like a tall rectangle stacked on top of another smaller rectangle. 478 (146) 37 2010 30°15′56.69″N 97°44′49.44″W / 30.2657472°N 97.7470667°W / 30.2657472; -97.7470667 Hotel/Residential [8]
7 Fifth & West Residences Fifth & West from the Northeast.jpg 459 (140) 39 2019 30°16′10.33″N 97°45′2.22″W / 30.2695361°N 97.7506167°W / 30.2695361; -97.7506167 Residential Tallest building in the West 6th District.
8 Spring Ground view from the south of a 43-story tower. The building has a green glass facade on the right side, and a solid brick side with windows on the left. 434 (132) 42 2009 30°16′7.77″N 97°45′14.32″W / 30.2688250°N 97.7539778°W / 30.2688250; -97.7539778 Residential Tallest building in the West End district[9]
9 The Northshore The Northshore Austin.jpg 424 (129) 38 2016 30°15′55″N 97°44′58″W / 30.265311°N 97.74952°W / 30.265311; -97.74952 Residential Tallest apartment building in Austin. Topped out September 2015.[10]
10 The Bowie The Bowie Austin July 2015.JPG 423 (129) 37 2015 30°16′09″N 97°45′19″W / 30.2691595°N 97.7552581°W / 30.2691595; -97.7552581 Residential [11]
11 70 Rainey 70 Rainey from the East.jpg 419 (128) 37 2019 30°15′30.44″N 97°44′21.21″W / 30.2584556°N 97.7392250°W / 30.2584556; -97.7392250 Residential Tallest building in the Rainey Street District.[12]
12 The Ashton Elevated view of The Ashton from south in the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The tower has a white base, while the tower is brick/crimson red color. 416 (127) 34 2009 30°15′51.49″N 97°44′43.42″W / 30.2643028°N 97.7453944°W / 30.2643028; -97.7453944 Residential Originally called The Altavida.[13] Tallest brick-clad building in Austin.
13 JW Marriott Hotel JW Marriott Austin July 2015.JPG 408 (124) 32 2015 30°15′48.69″N 97°44′37.24″W / 30.2635250°N 97.7436778°W / 30.2635250; -97.7436778 Hotel 1,012 rooms.[14] Second largest JW Marriott in the world (by number of rooms).
14= Four Seasons Residences View of the Four Seasons Residences from the Hilton 401 (122) 32 2010 30°15′44.28″N 97°44′29.77″W / 30.2623000°N 97.7416028°W / 30.2623000; -97.7416028 Residential Operated by Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts
14= One American Center View from perhaps another building of One American Center. The building is white with red lining, and staircases at the top. 401 (122) 32 1984 30°16′7.34″N 97°44′35.85″W / 30.2687056°N 97.7432917°W / 30.2687056; -97.7432917 Office [15]
16 500 West 2nd Street (Google Tower) Google Tower Austin, Texas.jpg 400 (122) 29 2017 30°15′57.4″N 97°44′57.9″W / 30.265944°N 97.749417°W / 30.265944; -97.749417 Office [16]
17= One Eleven Congress OneCongressPlaza-Nov2008.JPG 397 (121) 30 1987 30°15′47.8″N 97°44′36.5″W / 30.263278°N 97.743472°W / 30.263278; -97.743472 Office [17]
17= Colorado Tower 397 (121) 29 2014 30°16′7.34″N 97°44′35.85″W / 30.2687056°N 97.7432917°W / 30.2687056; -97.7432917 Office [18]
19 Third + Shoal 389 (119) 29 2019 30°16′00.11″N 97°45′00.10″W / 30.2666972°N 97.7500278°W / 30.2666972; -97.7500278 Office [19]
20 Hilton Austin Hotel An orange building as viewed from the east. 377 (115) 31 2004 30°15′54.49″N 97°44′17.58″W / 30.2651361°N 97.7382167°W / 30.2651361; -97.7382167 Hotel/Residential [20]
21 Seaholm Residences Seaholm Residences Austin.jpg 341 (104) 30 2016 30°16′01.3″N 97°45′07.7″W / 30.267028°N 97.752139°W / 30.267028; -97.752139 Residential [21]
22 Windsor on the Lake The 31 story building from the south. The building is a rectangular prism with some setbacks on the side facing the viewer. 339 (103) 31 2008 30°15′21.57″N 97°44′22.06″W / 30.2559917°N 97.7394611°W / 30.2559917; -97.7394611 Residential [22]
23 Bank of America Center The building is a dark gray rectangular building with one setback near the very top. From this angle, the building shows only one side. 336 (102) 26 1975 30°16′3.53″N 97°44′33.49″W / 30.2676472°N 97.7426361°W / 30.2676472; -97.7426361 Office Tallest building in Austin from 1975 to 1984.[23]
24= Aloft+Element Aloft Element Austin.jpg 328 (100) 31 2017 30°16′8.87″N 97°44′44.92″W / 30.2691306°N 97.7458111°W / 30.2691306; -97.7458111 Hotel [24]
24= 300 West Sixth The building is generally light brown. The lower portion of the tower is a vertical rectangle, followed by a setback and then a semi-circle. 328 (100) 23 2002 30°16′8.87″N 97°44′44.92″W / 30.2691306°N 97.7458111°W / 30.2691306; -97.7458111 Office [25][26]
24= 100 Congress 100 Congress 328 (100) 22 1987 30°15′50.72″N 97°44′41.99″W / 30.2640889°N 97.7449972°W / 30.2640889; -97.7449972 Office [27]
27 San Jacinto Center San Jacinto Center 324 (99) 20 1987 30°15′44.52″N 97°44′34.65″W / 30.2623667°N 97.7429583°W / 30.2623667; -97.7429583 Office One San Jacinto Center was originally planned to have a twin, Two San Jacinto Center, but it was cancelled due to a market crash.[28]
28 The Monarch The Monarch 323 (98) 29 2008 30°16′8.6″N 97°45′8.25″W / 30.269056°N 97.7522917°W / 30.269056; -97.7522917 Residential [29]
29 JPMorgan Chase Bank Tower Chase Tower 322 (98) 21 1974 30°16′6″N 97°44′42.37″W / 30.26833°N 97.7451028°W / 30.26833; -97.7451028 Office [30] This was the 2nd building to exceed the height of the Texas State Capitol, and was the tallest building in Austin from 1974-1975, when the Bank of America Center was built.
30 Texas State Capitol Texas State Capitol 311 (95) 4 1888 30°16′28.75″N 97°44′25.61″W / 30.2746528°N 97.7404472°W / 30.2746528; -97.7404472 Office [31]
31= UT Main Building Main Building of the University of Texas at Austin 307 (94) 29 1937 30°17′9.24″N 97°44′21.75″W / 30.2859000°N 97.7393750°W / 30.2859000; -97.7393750 Education/Office Before the observation deck was closed in the 1970s, it was visited by around 70,000 people per year. Tallest building built in Austin in the 1930s.[32]
31= Dobie Center Dobie Center 307 (94) 29 1972 30°17′0.17″N 97°44′28.51″W / 30.2833806°N 97.7412528°W / 30.2833806; -97.7412528 Residential Tallest Dormitory in Austin. Tallest building built in Austin in the 1970s.[33]
33 301 Congress 301 Congress 306 (93) 22 1986 30°15′54.86″N 97°44′34.84″W / 30.2652389°N 97.7430111°W / 30.2652389; -97.7430111 Office Located in the lobby are fossils archaeologists believe are the skull of a Saber Tooth Tiger and the tusk of a Mastodon.[34]
34 Hotel ZaZa & Gables Republic Square 305 (93) 24 2019 30°16′2.2″N 97°44′46.92″W / 30.267278°N 97.7463667°W / 30.267278; -97.7463667 Hotel/Residential
35 University of Texas System Headquarters 270 (82) 19 2017 30°16′10.6″N 97°44′38.4″W / 30.269611°N 97.744000°W / 30.269611; -97.744000 Office [18]
36 Skyhouse 264 (80) 23 2014 30°15′26.2″N 97°44′20.9″W / 30.257278°N 97.739139°W / 30.257278; -97.739139 Residential [35]
37 Seven 263 (80) 24 2015 30°16′13.8″N 97°44′55.8″W / 30.270500°N 97.748833°W / 30.270500; -97.748833 Residential The updated design replaced the stalled plans to build 7Rio[36]
38 Westgate Tower Westgate Tower 261 (80) 25 1967 30°16′26.35″N 97°44′34.65″W / 30.2739861°N 97.7429583°W / 30.2739861; -97.7429583 Residential Tallest building built in Austin in the 1960s. The building had the highest rooftop pool until the Four Seasons Residence were completed. The first residential skyscraper in Austin.[37]
39 The Shore The Shore 257 (78) 22 2007 30°15′34.18″N 97°44′21.71″W / 30.2594944°N 97.7393639°W / 30.2594944; -97.7393639 Residential [38]
40 Capitol Tower Capitol Tower 246 (75) 20 1986 30°16′14.14″N 97°44′23.06″W / 30.2705944°N 97.7397389°W / 30.2705944; -97.7397389 Office [39]
41= 816 Congress 816 Congress 242 (74) 20 1984 30°16′14.78″N 97°44′33.92″W / 30.2707722°N 97.7427556°W / 30.2707722; -97.7427556 Office [40]
41= 5th & Colorado 242 (74) 18 2016 30°17′14.01″N 97°44′32.6″W / 30.2872250°N 97.742389°W / 30.2872250; -97.742389 Office [41]
43= The Castilian 237 (72) 23 1969 30°17′14.01″N 97°44′32.6″W / 30.2872250°N 97.742389°W / 30.2872250; -97.742389 Residential American Campus Communities Inc. invested about $20 million to remodel this property in 2017.[42]
43= William P. Clements State Office Building William P. Clements State Office Building 237 (72) 15 1986 30°16′40.89″N 97°44′32.49″W / 30.2780250°N 97.7423583°W / 30.2780250; -97.7423583 Office Tallest building in the Uptown/Arts District. The building was rated in 1992 by The Chronicle, as The Building with the Best Acoustics.[43]
45 21 Rio 21 Rio 236 (72) 21 2009 30°17′3.4″N 97°44′41.38″W / 30.284278°N 97.7448278°W / 30.284278; -97.7448278 Residential Tallest building in West Campus.[44]
46 Rise on 8th 235 (72) 22 2016 30°16′18.2″N 97°44′51.1″W / 30.271722°N 97.747528°W / 30.271722; -97.747528 Residential [45]
47 Moody Bank Tower Wells Fargo Tower 234 (71) 17 1981 30°16′41.83″N 97°44′35.81″W / 30.2782861°N 97.7432806°W / 30.2782861; -97.7432806 Office [46]
48 823 Congress 823 Congress 229 (70) 16 1971 30°16′13.77″N 97°44′29.74″W / 30.2704917°N 97.7415944°W / 30.2704917; -97.7415944 Office Was the tallest commercial building in Austin until the Chase Bank Tower was built.[47]
49 Austin Centre/Omni Hotel Austin Centre/Omni Hotel 226 (69) 16 1986 30°16′7.8″N 97°44′25.69″W / 30.268833°N 97.7404694°W / 30.268833; -97.7404694 Hotel The adoni granite on the outside was imported from Italy.[48]
50= AMLI on 2nd AMLI on II 225 (69) 18 2008 30°15′58.06″N 97°44′53.03″W / 30.2661278°N 97.7480639°W / 30.2661278; -97.7480639 Residential [49]
50= Robert Lee Moore Hall Robert Lee Moore Hall 225 (69) 14 1974 30°17′20.25″N 97°44′10.9″W / 30.2889583°N 97.736361°W / 30.2889583; -97.736361 Education/Office The building houses the Fusion Research Lab at UT. The building also houses the University's 16 inch telescope in Austin.[50]
52 Gables Park Tower 223 (68) 18 2014 30°16′06.3″N 97°45′18.2″W / 30.268417°N 97.755056°W / 30.268417; -97.755056 Residential [51]
53 Shoal Creek Walk 219 (67) 15 2018 30°16′14.9″N 97°45′08.8″W / 30.270806°N 97.752444°W / 30.270806; -97.752444 Office [52][53]
54 Westin Hotel Westin Austin.jpg 214 (65) 19 2015 30°15′59.8″N 97°44′25.4″W / 30.266611°N 97.740389°W / 30.266611; -97.740389 Hotel [54]
55= Capitol Center Capitol Center 210 (64) 15 1984 30°16′17.08″N 97°44′27.85″W / 30.2714111°N 97.7410694°W / 30.2714111; -97.7410694 Office [55]
55= JPMorgan Chase Tower JP Morgan Chase Tower 210 (64) 15 1980 30°16′13.14″N 97°44′42.88″W / 30.2703167°N 97.7452444°W / 30.2703167; -97.7452444 Office [56]
57 The Catherine The Catherine Apartments Austin.jpg 209 (64) 19 2015 30°15′34.9″N 97°44′53.1″W / 30.259694°N 97.748083°W / 30.259694; -97.748083 Residential [57]
58 Blackwell Thurman Criminal Justice Center Blackwell Thurman Criminal Justice Center 204 (62) 11 2001 30°16′25.28″N 97°44′48.09″W / 30.2736889°N 97.7466917°W / 30.2736889; -97.7466917 Office The building was the tallest state government building to break ground since the Texas State Capitol in 1882[58]

Tallest buildings: site prep or under construction

The following are central business district projects which will rise at least 300 ft (91 m).

Name Height*
ft / m
Floors Year Status Notes
6 X Guadalupe 848 / 258 65 2022 Site Demo Office & Residential
Block 185 594 / 180 35 2022 U/C Office[59]
Indeed Tower 554 / 169 36 2021 U/C Office[60]
Hanover Republic Square 516 / 157 44 - Site Prep Residential[61]
300 Colorado 446 / 136 32 2021 U/C Office[62][63]
Austin Proper Hotel & Residences at Austin Proper 397 / 121 33 2020 U/C Hospitality & Residential[64][65]
Austin Marriott Downtown 386 / 118 31 2019 U/C Hospitality[66]
The Quincy 369 / 112 30 2020 U/C Residential[67]
48 East 358 / 109 33 2022 U/C Residential[68][69]
405 Colorado 356 / 109 25 2021 U/C Office[70]
5th & Brazos (Thompson Hotel & Residences) 355 / 108 31 2020 U/C Hospitality & Residential[71]
Alexan Capital 350 / 107 30 2020 U/C Residential[72]

Tallest buildings: approved, site plan under review or proposed

The following are central business district projects which are to rise at least 300 ft (91 m).

Name Height*
ft / m
Floors Year Status Notes
The Republic 709 / 216 61 2021 Approved Office[73]
The Travis - Building II 704 / 215 60 2021 Site Plan Under Review Hospitality & Residential[74]
Waller Park Place - Building C 632 / 193 54 - Approved Hospitality & Residential[75][76]
90 Rainey 615 / 187 51 2023 Site Plan Under Review Residential[77]
The Travis - Building I 594 / 181 50 2021 Site Plan Under Review Residential[78][79][74]
44 East 573 / 175 50 2022 Site Plan Under Review Residential[80]
Waller Park Place - Building B 532 / 162 46 - Approved Residential[75][76]
Block 87 436 / 133 37 2021 Site Plan Under Review Office & Residential[81]
Symphony Square 379 / 116 34 - Site Plan Under Review Mixed-Use[82]
One Austin (Town Lake Lofts) 353 / 108 30 2020 Site Plan Under Review Residential[83]
The Avenue Hyatt Centric Hotel 346 / 105 31 2020 Approved Hospitality[84]
Block 71 Project - Tower B - / - ~30 - Proposed Residential
504 East Fifth - / - 30 - Proposed Mixed Use[85]
Waller Park Place - Building A 327 / 100 26 - Approved Office[75][76]

* Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building heights or dates of completion has not yet been released

Timeline of tallest buildings

This list includes buildings that have held the title of the tallest building in Austin as well as the current titleholder, The Independent.

Name Image Street address Years as tallest Height
ft (m)
Floors Coordinates Reference
Texas State Capitol Texas State Capitol 1100 Congress Avenue 1888–1974 311 (95) 4 30°16′28.42″N 97°44′25.07″W / 30.2745611°N 97.7402972°W / 30.2745611; -97.7402972 [31]
Chase Bank Tower Chase Bank Tower 210 West 6th Street 1974–1975 325 (99) 21 30°16′8″N 97°44′41.45″W / 30.26889°N 97.7448472°W / 30.26889; -97.7448472 [30]
Bank of America Center Bank of America Center 515 Congress Avenue 1975–1984 328 (100) 25 30°16′3.47″N 97°44′33.41″W / 30.2676306°N 97.7426139°W / 30.2676306; -97.7426139 [23]
One American Center One American Center 116 West 6th Street 1984–2004 401 (122) 32 30°16′6.94″N 97°44′35.96″W / 30.2685944°N 97.7433222°W / 30.2685944; -97.7433222 [17]
Frost Bank Tower Frost Bank Tower 120 East 4th Street 2004–2008 515 (157) 33 30°15′58.93″N 97°44′34.42″W / 30.2663694°N 97.7428944°W / 30.2663694; -97.7428944 [3]
360 Condominiums 360 Condominiums 360 Nueces Street 2008–2010 581 (177) 44 30°16′2.17″N 97°44′59.21″W / 30.2672694°N 97.7497806°W / 30.2672694; -97.7497806 [2]
The Austonian The Austonian 201 Colorado Street 2010–2019 683 (208) 56 30°15′53.36″N 97°44′41.45″W / 30.2648222°N 97.7448472°W / 30.2648222; -97.7448472 [1]
The Independent Independent Under Construction.jpg 301 West Avenue 2019–present 690 (210) 58 30°16′04.6″N 97°45′03.04″W / 30.267944°N 97.7508444°W / 30.267944; -97.7508444 [6]

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