Ideally situated in the heart of Austin’s most dynamic submarket, the Northwest Office Market, the Reserve at Bull Creek sets the standards of accessibility, location, and quality for existing and future office development in Austin. The project is constructed on a unique, naturally landscaped 26.67-acre site creating a park-like campus environment. Superior amenities include state-of-the-art telecommunications, parabolic lighting, and energy-efficient operating systems.
Description: The Reserve at Bull Creek features a contemporary design of smoke glass, red brick and limestone. Glass double entry doors lead to a light and spacious two-story atrium lobby with striking finishes of 2-tone German limestone, glass and chrome. German limestone planters with rich greenery grace the lobbies. Card-key access control systems monitor building access 24 hours a day.
Abundant parking is conveniently located adjacent to the buliding in surface parking; 503 spaces afford tenants a parking ratio of 1:261rsf. Conduit is in place between the buildings and to the highway right-of-way to facilitate pulling fiber into the buildings at a later date.
Location: 7501 Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360), Austin, Texas 78731, adjacent to the Bull Creek Nature Preserve
Adjacent to Bull Creek Nature Preserve, the site boasts spectacular Hill Country views. Reserve at Bull Creek is conveniently located minutes from hotels, restaurants, and shopping along Highway 183 and Loop 360, at the Arboretum, Gateway and Arboretum Crossing malls. The project is also only twenty minutes from Austin Bergstrom International Airport.
Size: 133,190 rentable square feet (138,504 gross square feet) in three 2-story buildings of approximately 44,000 square feet each
Project Team and Timeline:
Developer – Simmons Vedder Partners
Architect – HRB Rogers & Perry Architects
Building Complete – November 1999
Sold – November 2000 (100% leased at sale to Netpliance, marchfirst, IBooks, Cantilo & Bennett, Bowne Printing)