The Austin 360 Condominiums Tower is a residential skyscraper at 360 Nueces Street, Downtown Austin, Texas, United States, standing 562' 9" (172 m) tall with 44 floors and has 430 homes with over 14,000 sf of retail space. The building topped out in November 2007, and construction was officially completed on May 22, 2008. 360 Condominiums was the tallest building in Austin from January 15, 2008 to June 29, 2009 when The Austonian surpassed it. The tower also became the tallest residential tower in Texas, surpassing The Merc in Dallas before the Austonian also took that title. Currently, it is the second tallest building in Austin after The Austonian.
The Austin 360 Condominiums Tower was developed by Billy Holley and Judd Bobilin of Novare Group and Andrews Urban LLC, designed by Preston Partnership LLC, sales managed by Kevin McDaniel and built by JE Dunn Construction. As with most other condominiums, 360 Condominiums contains many amenities, located within the tower and the terrace located 174 ft (53 m) above the ground. Amenities include a swimming pool, a sundeck, theater, and clubroom.