By the mid-2010s, Austin, Texas, was already on its way to becoming a boomtown. The combination of a flourishing urban center and low cost of doing business had earned the city the #2 spot as a “market to watch” from the Urban Land Institute in 2015—a designation Paul Clayton was painfully aware of as his search for a new office building entered its third year.
Clayton is a principal of Clayton Korte, a Texas hospitality and residential architecture firm. His Austin-based staff had been divided between two locations, and Clayton was looking for a space to better foster whole-team camaraderie. An unlikely prospect delivered him the solution:
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