6th Street

This building was originally constructed during a time when 6th Street was referred to as Pecan Street and the road was a wet crossing of Waller Creek. It served as a general store for both locals and travelers heading into Austin. Later, a bridge was constructed across Waller Creek which required all the buildings along Pecan Street to be elevated to match the new grade. This change proved beneficial for the General Store, as the original ground floor became a basement for storing dry goods. Today, the building has been renovated into a corporate office space with a sunken basement floor available for rent and a private rooftop bar and entertainment area.


Chioco Design

Structural Engineer

DCI Engineers


Austin, Texas


11,096 S.F.