A flood-damaged office building has been funded by the Obama administration to make sure it can stay in service through the end of the year, according to a letter sent to congressional leaders.
The $5 million office building in Austin, Texas, was designed by architects John C. Guggenheim and Frank Gehry, and was built to serve as a testbed for future office buildings across the country.
The architects also helped pay for the office’s $4.3 million renovation in May.
The building was designed to be one of the tallest office buildings in the country and is located on the site of a former industrial mill.
It was built in 1928 and has an estimated $20 million worth of historic value.
The White House was a significant part of the $9.8 billion project, which included a $2 billion loan from the federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to build the $2.9 billion Austin City Center complex.
The federal funds also covered the cost of the new office building and the office building’s exterior renovations.
The office building is now being used as a temporary office building for the U.S. Department of Housing and Economic Development (USDHED), which is working to create the nation’s first national housing bank.USDHed has been a part of a federal effort to create housing banks across the nation.
The bank is the first of its kind to combine financial services and rental assistance to create a national housing banking network.
The Office of Economic Opportunity is an initiative of the U,S.
Office of Management and Budget, the Department of Labor, the U (National) Credit Union Administration, and the U-S Department of Health and Human Services.