restoring a former brownfield site

Don't miss Urbanize Austin's article on Here's what Springdale Green will look like, approximately, or the Austin Business Journal's First Look to read more about the dwg.+ Gensler-designed 30-acre East Austin office development of the “tank farm,” a former brownfield site where petroleum and chemicals were piped in and stored for decades.

dwg.'s design will feature nearly a mile of boardwalk, a jogging loop, and nature trails, along with areas for yoga, boot-camp workouts, basketball, volleyball, and more. The buildings will include 36,000 square feet of garden-like terraces with views that visually connect interiors to the surrounding natural areas. More than two-thirds of the site will be preserved and restored with native meadows, woodland, and plantings, as well as an urban creek tributary and removal of invasive plant species.

Born from our favorite experiences and spaces, Springdale Green embodies everything we love about the neighborhood and infuses it with a unique blend of workplace amenities that are undeniably Austin. This isn’t about changing East Austin. We want to celebrate it and enjoy the ride. —

More information about the restoration and to keep up-to-date with the latest, check out Springdale Green's website.