First Look: Travis Co. DA's office tower to break ground downtown soon
The Travis County District Attorney is creating a new footnote in Page's history book. In the 1930s, an earlier iteration of the firm called Page Brothers designed the Travis County Courthouse, which stands across the street from the site of the new Travis County District Attorney's office. The DA's office is being designed by Page, and will include an underground tunnel connecting it to the courthouse annex building.
Read the full story about how Page is coming full circle in Austin, written by Robert Grattan of the Austin Business Journal, here.
Robert Grattan, Austin Business Journal
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