172K square feet of Class A office space now open to new tenants at East Austin's Eastlake at Tillery

The East Austin campus's two office buildings are now open to tenants. (Courtesy Aquila Commercial)
The East Austin campus's two office buildings are now open to tenants. (Courtesy Aquila Commercial)

The East Austin campus's two office buildings are now open to tenants. (Courtesy Aquila Commercial)

A pair of three-story, Class A office buildings in East Austin is now open to welcome new tenants, Aquila Commercial announced July 6.

The approximately 172,000-square-foot Eastlake at Tillery office campus, located at 3212 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, completed construction this summer and remains in shell condition for future tenants to build out. The development includes one building with three floor plans each totaling around 25,000 square feet, a second building with three floor plans at around 32,000 square feet each and a multilevel parking garage with several hundred spaces.

“Feedback so far has been really encouraging. We’re seeing that the market really gets our design intent and appreciates the experience programmed across the property,” Aquila managing principal Ben Tolson said in a statement.

The dual office buildings include features such as floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchens, gathering spaces, a fitness center, bike storage and private third-floor balconies. Leasing for the Cypress Real Estate Advisors-developed project remains open through Aquila representatives Tolson and Seth Stuart. www.eastlakeattillery.com
By Ben Thompson

Austin City Hall Reporter

Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2019 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Northeastern University in Boston. After spending more than two years covering in The Woodlands area, he moved to Austin in 2021 to cover City Hall and other news throughout the city.


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