The Hyatt Centric at Congress Avenue in Austin, TX is located steps from the historic stage of the Paramount Theatre and two blocks south of Nelsen Partners’ headquarters studio. The design and form of this 246-room development was influenced by the site’s numerous constraints, making its 43-foot silhouette truly iconic for the historic downtown corridor. […]+
905 Congress has been adapted to many uses over the last century. A shoe store, an ice cream parlor, and the editorial offices of the Austin Daily Statesman newspaper are just some of the businesses formerly operating out of this historic building. Click the image above to learn more!+
“Developments like Scottsdale Quarter are unique and take time. With each new phase, like a new puzzle piece, the picture slowly begins to take shape. Yet, the story is incomplete until the final phase is completed. ” Click below to read more about our design journey at Scottsdale Quarter.+
We are honored to receive an award along our team @aquilaaustin and @swattsgroup that represents authentic innovation in our industry. We give a huge thanks to our team at Nelsen Partners for pushing the envelope and delivering an exceptional project that will be providing new opportunities for our communities in Austin.🎉🥇+
On a 99-degree Austin afternoon, 227 people gathered to celebrate the topping out of the new 31-story Hyatt Centric hotel at 8th and Congress. With catering provided by Salt Lick and donations of over 6K in gift cards, requisite tree and group-signed steel beam, the collective of companies involved in design, development, and construction marked […]+
ISSUE JULY/AUGUST We want to give a big thanks to Texas Society of Architects for their latest July/August feature that includes “Affordable Island” as part of their Housing Portfolio by Nkiru Gelles, Assoc. AIA which speaks thoroughly about our project, journey, and process with Chalmers Courts. “Things have to adapt and develop,” says Philip Crisara, AIA, of […]+
With the summer heat kicking in, we welcome some new crew members! In Austin, we said hello to Project Designer Hector Arenas (HA;) originally from Aguascalientes (aka "Hot Springs"), Mexico. Further west, our Arizona studio opened the doors for Project Specialist David Rodriguez (DR,) coming all the way from the renown Aztec lands of Mexico City and Architect Brandon Taylor (BT) from "the City of Trees" and "finger steaks" (Boise, UT.) Last, but not least, we warmly welcome back Project Specialist Arnold Orozco (AO) who comes from a "newer" Mexico (Deming, NM). To all four of you, welcome to Nelsen Partners! We are really excited to have you around, finally!
Click the "+" to find out more about their favorite architectural works (The Portland Building, maybe?) along with the main reasons that architecture inspires them, and yes... their favorite pool floats!
PS. Don't forget to wear sunblock!+
Say hello to the newest crew members to join our Arizona studio; Angeleno Architect and true Bears fan Daniel Gottlieb (DG,) Project Specialist Emmanuel Lesser (EL) all the way from "The Nutmeg State" (Connecticut,) and last but not least, we welcome back our once Intern, now Master Graduate Aseel Baarimah (AB.) Joining our Austin, Texas studio, we also welcome Senior Design Architect Zhe Wang (ZW) (pronounced "Z"). To all four of you, welcome to Nelsen Partners! We are really excited to shake your hand and greet you this July! Click here to find out which of new crew members will be grilling the hotdogs or lighting the fireworks, who will be watching them from the Princess Resort, or even munching a green bean popsicle.+
We are happy to introduce you to our newest crew members who have just joined our Arizona studio; say hello to Tucsonan Liz Gorman (LG,) Mexican at heart, Alondra Ramos (AR,) Doug Ahmann (DA) hailing from "Magic City" (Aka Minot, ND!)and, last but not least, Phoenician Adriano Vengechea(JJ). To all four of you, welcome to Nelsen Partners! We are really excited to meet you in person very, very soon. Read below to find out more about our new crew and see what renowned architect they decided to commission for a one-of-a-kind pool in their backyard . (Sorry, Le Corbusier didn't make the cut!)+
2021 is shaping up to be a busy year for the Nelsen team. Click the post above to check out our Spring construction updates.+