55,000-square-foot office building under construction near Barton Creek Square Mall

Walsh Tarlton Overlook by JTM Development is planned to open near the Barton Creek Square mall in 2017.

Walsh Tarlton Overlook by JTM Development is planned to open near the Barton Creek Square mall in 2017.

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WTO lobby rendering The Walsh Tarlton Overlook office building will feature limestone, marble and walnut finishes throughout the building.[/caption]

Austin-based JTM Development along with partner Cypress Real Estate Advisors plans to break ground this week on a 55,000-square-foot, Class-A office building in Southwest Austin, located near Loop 360 and the Barton Creek Square mall.

Walsh Tarlton Overlook, to be built at 2530 Walsh Tarlton Lane, will be a three-story building designed to tier down a hill, offering outdoor views from every floor. The building will feature limestone, marble and walnut finishes, and elevators connecting the office floors to the five-floor parking garage beneath the building.

walsh tarlton overlook map“This is absolutely one of the best locations in Austin,” JTM Development Founder Tom Mercer said in a news release. “It’s just minutes away from downtown, the Barton Creek Greenbelt, and several of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods, not to mention directly across the street from one the biggest and most popular shopping destinations in Austin.”

Sixthriver Architects designed the project, and The Burt Group is the general contractor. JTM Development previously developed the Rob Roy Office Park in Southwest Austin.
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