New 35-story condo tower planned for downtown Austin’s northwest side. Here’s what we know

A developer says it plans to build a 35-story tower with nearly 300 luxury condominiums on downtown Austin’s northwest side — a project that would be one of the tallest buildings to date in that area.

Called Luminary, the building will have 286 one- to three-bedroom residences in a tower slated to rise 400 feet. Luminary’s condos are expected to range in price from about $600,000 to more than $3 million, with a number of units below the $1 million mark. 

The 0.81-acre site is located at the northwest corner of 14th and Guadalupe Streets, west of the Texas State Capitol and SXSW Center, home of South by Southwest’s headquarters.

The site currently houses the offices of the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas, or CLEAT, which will gain new office space in the tower. CLEAT will occupy 10,000 square feet in the new tower.

The developer of the planned tower is Northland Living, which launched late last year as the U.S. affiliate of Canadian hospitality powerhouse firm Northland Properties Corp.

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