It appears that Hines and Ziegler Cooper have changed their plans a bit for that 33-story mixed-use tower to go catty-corner from Market Square Park. The new drawing at the top was submitted earlier today to the Historical Commission; the drawing at the bottom, you’ll remember, was the original.
Additionally, the application for a Certificate of Appropriateness to build here in the historic Main Street Market Square District also includes 2 full elevations of the building — described as a 25-story, 289-unit apartment tower perched atop an 8-story podium, with 7 levels of parking and ground-floor retail:
The rendering above shows the building as seen from Travis St.; you can see the former Cabo and future El Big Bad space there in the corner of the drawing.
Below: The building as seen from Preston St., as though your back were up against Gonzo247’s mural on the wall at Treebeards.
- Previously on Swamplot: A First Look at Some of the 33-Story Apartment Tower Hines Wants To Build in Market Square, Hines Interested in Building Residential Tower on Downtown Block Near Market Square Park
Images: Ziegler Cooper