Panache Team Building Event

February 10, 2020

Bolstering relationships across the Panache team of architects, engineers, contractors, and staff.

Planning Commission supports request for 400-foot buildings in East Austin

January 21, 2020
By Jessi Deveryns | Austin Monitor

There are not many places in the city where buildings tower 400 feet into the sky. However, there is a chance that the areas of Austin where these skyscrapers are permitted are about to expand.

In a 9-0-1 vote, the Planning Commission recommended the approval of a planned development area combining district on the site of the old Freescale/Motorola Campus at 3443 Ed Bluestein Blvd. Under the proposed development plan, five buildings fronting U.S. Highway 183 will be built up to 400 feet in height. [Read More…]

Journal Profile: Shawna Sieck, a self-starter who illuminates Austin's construction boom

January 17, 2020
By Erin Edgemon | Austin Business Journal

Shawna Sieck is the owner of Legacy Lighting, one of our local partners.

In our regular Journal Profiles, we introduce readers to an important person on the Central Texas business scene. This week it’s Shawna Sieck, a fifth-generation Austinite who has a family connection to President LBJ and a burning desire to fire off emails at 4 a.m. Find out why her company, Legacy Lighting, is a critical one in real estate.

Planning Commission Meeting

January 14, 2020

Watch our latest Austin Planning Commission meeting video here.
In an unprecedented vote, Panache’s 109-acre mixed-use development in up-and-coming East Austin was unanimously approved for building heights of 400’ – the tallest building approval outside of downtown Austin!

Meeting with the Chamber of Commerce

October 5, 2019

Showcasing an innovative development project to the Austin Chamber of Commerce.

ULI Austin: Renewable Energy in Real Estate Panel

September 25, 2019

Bloomberg’s New Energy Outlook predicts that “wind and solar are set to surge to 50 percent of world generation by 2050.” Renewable energy offers real estate developers the opportunity to lower operating expenses and boost revenue by reducing, or in some cases, even eliminating utility expenditures.

The September breakfast explored current trends and technologies in the energy sector and how renewable energies may offer advantages for Texas development. Panelists, including our CEO Adam Zarafshani, shared the newest funding mechanisms, discussed implementation practices and provided a glimpse into what the future holds for renewable energies in the real estate industry.

Austin Energy Kick-Off Meeting

October 23, 2017

Collaborating with Austin Energy to develop plans for sustainable energy — including solar energy and thermal energy storage — for large-scale commercial projects.