Austin City Hall (Austin, Texas)
|Austin City Hall|
Austin City Hall
|Location||301 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701|
|Design and construction|
Austin formerly operated its City Hall at 124 West 8th Street. Antoine Predock and Cotera + Reed Architects designed a new city hall building, which was intended to reflect what The Dallas Morning News referred to as a “crazy-quilt vitality, that embraces everything from country music to environmental protests and high-tech swagger.” The new city hall, built from recycled materials, has solar panels in its garage. The City Hall at 301 W 2nd St opened in November 2004.
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