The dramatic crystalline spiked top of this thirty-three-story tower introduced a new period of high-rise architecture for Austin outside of the protected view corridors of the capitol. Developed by Cousins Properties, the tower briefly became the tallest building constructed in Austin.
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Frost Bank Tower
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