CAPSA HOMES

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Austin's FIRST community of steel-framed homes!

Pecan Knoll is a new benchmark for the homebuilding industry. It is the application of significant forethought, engineering, and research that promotes the use of pre-fabricated steel framing, hydrophobic sheathing, and multiple other advancements in construction materials to create an exceptional home for you. Scroll down to learn more how we're changing the way homes are built.

OUR VISION:

Change the way homes are built.

Pecan Knoll is a development by Capsa Homes, a local ATX residential developer. They are an evolution of their sister company, Capsa Ventures, who recently completed the greenest mixed-use project in Austin. Read more about Capsa Ventures and their achievements in the multi-family industry below. 

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PAST PROJECTS

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FOURTH&

In 2014, the developer of FOURTH& saw an opportunity to take an abandoned laminate factory sitting on 2.2 acres of land at 4th & Chicon and create a mixed-use building allowing businesses and residents to own their space and be a part of East Austin's developing hub of youthful energy, new businesses, and opportunity.Fourth& is Austin's greenest condo building earning a 5-Star Austin Energy Green Building rating, you'll live in a building with solar panels for every resident, pre-insulated recycled steel panels, a concrete structure, variable-speed A/C systems & LED lighting throughout.

 

MEET THE CAPSA TEAM

RANCE CLOUSE

CEO/Founder

A longtime veteran of Austin real estate, Rance began his real estate career in 1986. After graduating from Principia College, he worked with Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate Services Inc. in booming Ontario, California. For 8 years, Rance engaged in commercial real estate transactions, specializing in industrial and commercial brokerage services for property owners, developers, financial institutions, and Fortune 500 companies. Rance owns several entities and created Capsa Ventures and Capsa Homes as his other businesses grew.

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