New condo Luminary will bring 286 residences to Downtown Austin

Developed by Canadian hospitality group Northland Living, Luminary will also make room for retail and restaurant space along 14th and Guadalupe Streets.

A rendering of a tall building with plenty of greenery spilling out the sides, and organic architecture at the bottom.

Developers said the building’s name is meant to invoke a sense of light, like a luminary.

Renderings courtesy of Page

A new condo tower called Luminary is in the works at the northwest corner of 14th and Guadalupe streets.

The development — owned by Canadian hospitality group Northland Living — will stand 35 stories, contain 4,800 sqft of retail + restaurant space, and accommodate 286 condos ranging from one-to-three bedrooms.

At 400 ft tall, the building is slated to be one of the tallest in the northwest Downtown area. Luminary will also share 10,000 sqft of space with the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas, which currently occupies the property.

Condos inside the high-rise are expected to cost between $600,000 and $3 million, and be designed by the Austin team at Page Southerland Page Inc. Amenities will include a pool, fitness area, more than six floors of parking, and plenty of outdoor space.

A start date on the project has yet to be announced.

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