Some rezoning cases take forever to be resolved. Others happen in a couple of months. Take the case of a small stand-alone office building at 1108 Nueces St. in downtown Austin.
The 2,725-square-foot building, circa 1957, on about one-fourth of an acre will be torn down to make way for a 22,000-square-foot, five-story office building.
The entitlements were secured June 8 in an ordinance signed by Mayor Steve Adler. It doesn’t appear there are any Capitol view corridor issues that would hinder the 60-foot maximum height.
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