UT System Revives Plan for $100 Million Austin Office

The University of Texas System is revisiting a plan to build a new office in downtown Austin that is projected to cost about $102 million. 

The plan was approved by the board of regents in 2012, but it was tabled in 2013 after it met with skepticism from lawmakers and others.

Now, with the legislative session behind them, and the effort to create a new university in South Texas — a top system priority — well underway, system officials said the time had come to move the new office from the back burner to the front.

This time, system ...

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