Austin based developer, Capsa Ventures, is creating a buzz in Austin surrounding the group’s latest venture in Austin’s incredibly popular East side neighborhood. The development, coined Fourth &, by Capsa Venture’s CEO, Rance Clouse, is named after the idea of endless possibilities. Rightfully so, the project is full of green features, technical building advancements and resident amenities (resort-style pool, club room, conference room, a lobby, key fob access, movie lounge, a dog wash and more). Situated within walking distance to popular eateries and bars such as Counter Café, Whislers, Chicon, The Grackle, Yellow Jacket, and many others, the project is being built to complement its surroundings.
The mixed use development includes residential units ranging from 510 sqft. micro lofts (efficiencies) to 1464 sqft., 2 story town home style units called urban walk-ups. Additionally, the ground level includes 42,000 feet of commercial space (for sale) so local businesses can own the space they work from.
While these amenities are sure to entice, the coolest features of this development are not apparent from an initial glance. The exterior of the building is built with a Syntheon Accel-E thermal panel wall system made from recycled steel. The panel system boasts 4.5 inches of foam that creates a thermal envelope that is virtually unbroken on the entire exterior. The interior is framed with light gauge steel and there is virtually no wood throughout the project. Solar panels line the roofs, LED lights are omnipresent, and the building uses variable speed air conditioning systems so you don't waste energy in heating or cooling your unit.
They are currently on track for an estimated completion date of late summer 2017, and are accepting reservations now. For more information on pricing for individual units, and commercial spaces, email me.
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