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Best New Condo Tower: Spring

Like a fabled ivory tower, Spring is located in yet still removed from Downtown. Tall and narrow, not eating up too much skyline, a building like Spring is a rarity in the U.S. It is what is called a "point tower," with one central elevator core. Virtually a world unto its own, Spring is a lush and luxe oasis just steps from one of Austin's busiest intersections (Fifth & Lamar). From the development team of Perry Lorenz and Larry Warshaw (Nokonah, the Pedernales, Saltillo Lofts, etc.), Spring's stylishly designed units all offer a spectacular view of the city – some of them appear to give complete panoramas that send the senses soaring into the stratosphere.

Spring Condominiums
300 Bowie, 512/472-8118,

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