Crane spotting: Construction in full swing on numerous projects in Northwest Austin

Construction at The Domain is underway on new office buildings. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)
Construction at The Domain is underway on new office buildings. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Construction at The Domain is underway on new office buildings. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Construction at The Domain is underway on new office buildings. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The Aspire Apartments on Pond Springs Road will open starting in February. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Construction began in November 2019 on Apple's second campus in Northwest Austin. (Rendering courtesy Apple)
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Construction began in September on the Austin FC soccer stadium. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The Element Hotel is underway on Burnet Road. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Site work just began off North MoPac for two new hotels. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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A Hilton Garden Inn is underway near The Domain. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The Modera Domain apartments began construction in summer 2019. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The new Park Place Dealership is slated to open in March. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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A Porsche dealership is under construction near The Arboretum. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The Springhill Suites hotel will open later in 2020. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The Tru by Hilton hotel will open later in 2020. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Foundation Communities will open Waterloo Terrace low-income housing units later in 2020. (Amy Denney/Community Impact Newspaper)
Construction cranes have emerged in Northwest Austin as tech companies and entertainment options target the growing area.

In 2019, several major projects, including Apple’s second campus and Austin FC’s soccer stadium, broke ground. However, cranes and crews are at work on several other projects in the area as demand for hotel rooms and multifamily units increases. The slideshow shows a look at some of the projects underway in the area.


This list is not comprehensive.
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