As companies compete for top talent, the workplace environment can be a key differentiator. Every generation wants to connect with the spaces they interact with, and Millennials are no different; to live and work in authentic spaces that feel undeniably their own, with a mix of old and new character. The use of Cross Laminated Timber offers a sense of warmth and authenticity of an older building mixed with state of the art design and new technologies.
Why 901 E 6th Street?
901 E 6th Street is a unique 5-story project utilizing Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), a new approach toward sustainable construction. The 129,444 square foot building amenities and features include highly efficient floor plates, 14 -foot floor to ceiling heights with a minimum of 9 foot tall windows with unobstructed views of downtown Austin, usable common areas, outdoor terraces, secured lobby, bike storage and underground parking.
Product: Class A Office with CLT Construction
Size 129,444 SF
Stories: 5 Floors
On-Site Parking: 2.2:1,000 Total
Off-Site Garage: 0.8:1,000 Total
Typical Floorplate Size: 29,000 SF
Austin's First CLT Building
To provide users at 901 E 6th Street a flexible, forward thinking environment, Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) was determined to be an essential construction method/component. Doing so fosters a modern, authentic environment in a way currently not offered in Austin, and further represents the juxtaposition of old and new, modernity and character, progression and heritage. All are characteristics required of new buildings of any kind in a neighborhood as special as East Austin.
901 E 6th Street was designed to be at the forefront of providing tenants attractive amenities and features within the building. Highlighted by a retracting 2 story glass door system, first floor social workspaces, state of the art secured bike storage, private changing rooms with showers and an operable window system that provides occupants at 901 E 6th Street a one of a kind indoor-outdoor experience; overlooking one of the most uniquely vibrant neighborhoods in America.