Travis County will likely consider building a $60 million office building near the county criminal and civil courthouses downtown, which would include courtrooms, prosecutors’ offices, retail space, a crime lab and underground tunnel connecting it to the main justice complex.
Details of the proposal first emerged in a document posted to the county website Tuesday related to an item on the commissioners court meeting agenda to “consider and take appropriate action” on the project. It wasn’t discussed after County Judge Sam Biscoe pulled the item from the agenda, at the request of the proposed developer for the project, Development 2000 Inc., he said.
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