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Cadence McShane Construction Completes Edison Apartments

Cadence McShane Construction completed Edison Apartment in the popular East Riverside Corridor near downtown Austin, Texas.

Cadence McShane Construction completed Edison Apartment in the popular East Riverside Corridor near downtown Austin, Texas.
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Cadence McShane Construction recently completed Edison Apartments, a 498,882-square-foot multifamily development located in the popular East Riverside Corridor near downtown Austin, Texas.

Designed by Page Southerland Page Inc. and developed by Presidium, Edison features luxurious finishes and amenities throughout the development. The four-story apartment complex has 354-units featuring hardwood floors, balconies, patios, and vaulted ceilings. Amenities include a clubhouse, state-of-the-art fitness center, swimming pool with breathtaking views of downtown Austin, picnic area equipped with barbecue stations, and a chic rooftop lounge with fantastic views as well. Cadence McShane completed the multifamily development which features brick, panel, and stucco exterior with two pre-cast parking garages with the capacity for 468 parking spaces to serve the Edison residents.

“This was a great design-build project for Cadence McShane located on a very unique site with great challenges in terms of the grades” stated Srinath Pai Kasturi, Executive Vice President of Cadence McShane. “The design-build project team was able to overcome challenges and produce this excellent Class A project in the growing East Riverside area.”

Cadence McShane has been a distinguished leader in the construction industry throughout the state of Texas for over 30 years and was named #4 U.S. Apartment Builder by Multi-Family Executive. Cadence McShane is proud to have completed this multifamily project in the diverse, unique, and quickly expanding area of Austin.

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