The Towers of Lakeway

A Mixed Use Development Project - Not built

The Towers of Lakeway was a mixed - use land planning project designed for a speculative developer incorporating multi family residential, commercial and parkland uses within a specific as- of- yet undeveloped, very hilly tract of land in the Texas Hill Country.
Besides being very steep, the dominant landscape feature was a 100-foot tall water tower.

The Towers of Lakeway was an institutional architectural project joint ventured with Milosav Cekic, Architect.


About Lake Travis

Mansfield Dam and Lake Travis are the only structures in the Highland Lakes chain specifically designed to contain floodwaters in the lower Colorado River basin. The lake can store as much as 260 billion gallons of floodwaters, helping to prevent destruction downstream.

When the elevation of the lake exceeds 681 feet above mean sea level (msl), LCRA begins floodgate releases under the direction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Lower Colorado River Authority