The project is situated on a 3.45-acre site, consisting of two four-story office buildings, a future restaurant buildout on level 1 of Building A, and a six-story precast parking garage.
The Spansion project is the repositioning of a former AMD chip manufacturing plant into an office building. Construction strategically incorporated lobbies, corridors, stairs, elevators, structural, and MEP system improvements to allow the large floor plates to perform as office space. The modification of the exterior skin to add windows and expanses of entry glass to open the large box from all four of its sides. This created an open floor plan accommodating a wide variety of lease conditions as evidenced by the ultimate occupancy mix of the Mexican Consulate of Austin, Lonestar Meats packaging operation and multiple departmental offices for several different departments of the City Of Austin.