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Structure Tone Southwest Moves into New Austin Office

Structure Tone Southwest has relocated its Austin office, moving into a modern, larger space to accommodate our growth in the Austin market.   “With this move, we can better serve our clients as we invest in the growing Austin market and the future of Structure Tone Southwest,” says Joseph Cribbin, president of Structure Tone Southwest.   Formerly located in northwest Austin, the new location at 210 Barton Springs brings Structure Tone into the lively Barton Springs/South Lamar neighborhood. The firm has nearly doubled in size in the last few years with new projects such...

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Welcome to Wowtown

Founded in 2002 and based in the City of Philadelphia, extreme value retailer Five Below has been growing in leaps and bounds, now with over 640 stores across the country. To keep up with their growth, the company needed a new corporate headquarters, one that would inspire employees and better reflect the company’s culture, brand and number-one focus on “wowing” their customers. As a result, “Wowtown” was born. The new 125,000sf headquarters occupies three floors of a former discount department store whose building was converted to corporate offices in 1989. The...

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Blending the Old with the New: 100 Vandam

With charming neighborhoods like Greenwich Village, TriBeCa and SoHo, Lower Manhattan long ago became one of Manhattan’s most sought-after residential areas. But a lesser-known district among those neighborhoods—the few blocks known as “Hudson Square” nestled between West Houston, Varick and Canal Streets—has been slower to transition. In the last few years, however, that shift has picked up steam, including a new residential tower in the works at 100 Vandam Street. MAINTAINING HISTORY Like most of Lower Manhattan, the neighborhood is steeped in history. Once a destination for Revolutionary War-era luminaries like George...

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