Anderson House was the first multi-family housing facility in Austin to provide “green” power for the entire building. These and other energy measures earned Anderson House a 2-Star Green Building Rating from the City of Austin.

The opening of the new 42,000 SF John and Nancy Anderson Housing Complex provided much needed on-campus residences for students and visiting faculty of the growing Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. The Anderson House brings 24 apartments to the 12-acre Seminary campus located along Waller Creek, north of the University of Texas campus. The design met the Seminary’s goals of reflecting the campus’ style of architecture and incorporating sustainability features.

O’Connell Robertson was later retained to provide comprehensive A/E design services for Phase II, which provided 28 additional apartments.

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