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Waller Creek Properties

IBI Group played an integral role in designing two million sq ft of adjacent Waller Creek properties in Austin’s Rainey District, including Waller Park Place and the redevelopment of Villas on Town Lake. 

The Sutton Company and McCourt Partners
Austin, TX
3 million+ sq ft Size
4.6 acres Area

Waller Park Place is the largest private development in downtown Austin comprised of approximately 1.4 million sq ft of office, residential and condominium units, a lifestyle hotel, and retail space in three towers, the tallest of which is to exceed 50 storeys. 

While infill projects usually see development from surface parking lots or through assembly of adjacent parcels, the Villas on Town Lake was an older but occupied courtyard style community. IBI Group designed the redevelopment of this 1.39 acre parcel, which will provide an additional 600,000+ sq ft of space and feature two towers.

Waller Creek properties will include numerous retail, dining, and entertainment uses along surrounding streets while delivering exceptional views of both Lady Bird Lake and the Austin skyline and direct access to the adjacent Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail.

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Peter Pillman

Director | US Mixed-Use Lead, Buildings
Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Lake City, UT
Make it matter.

Peter Pillman holds degrees in both Environmental Studies and Architecture, which is the foundation to his more than 20 years of widespread experience in master planning and urban design projects. This breadth of knowledge and experience is a key factor in his level of comfort working in the multi-disciplined environment of land use planning and transit planning, producing master plans based on the key principles of Transit Oriented Development. Peter provides leadership and administration as part of the US West region, focusing on Utah, Texas, and Colorado. In addition to this role, he is also the US Lead for Living+.