Northland Living plans 35-story condo tower in downtown Austin

Project would add a few hundred residential units to the market

Plans are coming into focus for a new mixed-use tower downtown.

Northland Living, a development arm of Canadian hospitality giant Northland Properties Corp., has revealed new details for its planned condo tower in downtown Austin called Luminary.

The building, which will feature almost 290 condos, will rise on less than an acre at the northwest corner of 14th and Guadalupe streets, where it will stretch 35 stories and 400 feet skyward. It’s one of the first local projects by Northland Living, which began establishing a presence in Central Texas in 2023.

The tower will be home to 286 one-, two- and three-bedroom condos, plus 4,800 square feet of ground-floor retail and one level of office space, though square footage of the office space hasn’t been announced. There also will be about six floors of parking and an amenity deck with a pool, fitness facilities and indoor and outdoor spaces.

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