Under Construction: Aerials of Saltillo Station in Austin, Texas

August 10, 2015 by Bailey Harrington

BIG RED DOG is working with Flournoy Development, BGO Architects, and dwg. Landscape Architects on the Saltillo Station project, located at 1700 East 4th Street in east Austin.

Check out the following photos which show the monthly progression of the project since November 2014. The aerial photos were provided by Flournoy Development.


Saltillo Station 1

Photo taken November 2014

Saltillo Station2

Photo taken December 2014

The Saltillo Station Apartments are located on 6.27 acres, and are comprised of two, four-story multifamily buildings and a 338 space parking garage. The 368,643 SF building contains 330 units.


Saltillo Station 3

Photo taken January 2015

Saltillo Station 4

Photo taken February 2015

Construction started on the site in July 2014. Civil Engineering services provided by BIG RED DOG Austin included Project Due Diligence, Civil Engineering Design, Site Development Permit, Demolition Permit, Grading/Utility Design, and Drainage Design.


Saltillo Station 5

Photo taken March 2015

Saltillo Station 6

Photo taken April 2015

Saltillo Station 7

Photo taken May 2015

Saltillo Station 8

Photo taken June 2015

Saltillo Station 9

Photo taken July 2015


The project is set to be completed in fall 2015. Keep checking the BIG RED Blog for updates on this exciting project!


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Written by Bailey Harrington

Bailey Harrington

Bailey Harrington is our Hospitality Services Market Director and is a BIG RED DOG shareholder. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy, and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Texas with more than five years of engineering leadership experience as a project manager leading engineering projects in the United States and Afghanistan.