There's something for everyone in Downtown Austin including dining, live music, art, nightlife, the great outdoors and wildlife. Downtown Austin is growing fast, and the possibilities of things to do and see are endless. Whether you're looking to buy or lease Downtown, there are a myriad of choices. Use our helpful guide to find your DEN below.
The first true high-rise standalone condominium built in downtown Austin which had great success in quickly selling out of available new build units due to a decent size and abundant amenities. Outfitted with a recognizable spire and nearly mirrored glass this stand out stretches 563 feet and is wrapped in cantilevered balconies provided to every unit.
The newest of the luxury towers downtown; residences begin above the new W Austin hotel with 251 rooms, and the same Whatever/Whenever service the hotel is famous for providing their guests is extended to the residence owners 24/7 as well.
The first Downtown condominium community that features dedicated solar power system for and 100 percent low-energy LED lighting in each unit. This is green building at it’s finest with the award for Green Building – Residential.
This modern six story building of stone and glass located on the south shore of Lady Bird lake offers quick access to Austin’s famous Hike and Bike Trail as well as downtown.
Although the Four Seasons is not cheap, it is considered a value pick because it is one of the lowest priced Four Seasons condo projects in the entire nation on a price per square foot basis. Four Seasons and world-renowned architect, Michael Graves, present an inspired vision of preeminent architecture, stunning interiors and refined living in Austin.
Kickstarting the burgeoning development of the Rainey Street District, the Milago is only a block from the most buzz worthy bars in Austin at the moment. The proximity to Lady Bird Johnson Lake and the Austin hike and bike trail allow great access and unsurpassed views.
Nokonah is sophisticated downtown living in a park setting adjacent to Shoal Creek. Located in the Market District, three blocks from Whole Foods, and over looking Shoal Creek, Duncan Park and 9th Street Trails, this property’s location is superb.
Overlooking one of the four original city squares in the 1839 plan for the City of Austin the Plaza building offers loft styled interiors with sought after views. Designed with only north, west and south faces the building easily provides it’s owners with the downtown lifestyle they prefer due to it’s central location within the Central Business District.
Thanks to one of the most prime locales downtown, even with the completion of the Monarch, the Austin City Lofts retain their market value extremely well. Boasting great curb appeal thanks to the mixed-use design and locally sourced materials used on the exterior.
While boasting the tallest residences this side of the Mississippi, The Austonian provides some of the expectedly highest appointed finishes within downtown. If the views aren't enough, the David Bull restaurants and bar are sure to please owners, as they have critics as of late.
Capturing classic art deco styling from its initial construction as the Anson Jones State office building in 1950, its redevelopment in 1999 has retained the curb appeal often lost within downtown developments. True loft-style residences with concrete floors, exposed 10-foot plus ceilings, and granite counter-tops carry throughout the interiors.
Barton Place is a modern styled condominium community with 6 buildings around a giant centrally located oak tree. A landscaped garden courtyard extends through the full length of the community offering a park like setting for residents.
The historic Brown Building is favored by artistic minded buyers with appreciation for well aged beauty. A great sense of community within the building aides low turnover. Thusly, increasing price per square foot figures due to the demand as few other buildings offer the character and history The Brown Building provides.
The first combined condo and hotel project within Austin providing the posh amenities Hilton is famous for offering. The pool, shared with hotel guests, is located on the 8th floor along with the Hilton’s Tower Health Club and Spa offering views of the downtown skyline and convenience of poolside libations brought to your lounger.
Sitting along the soon to be completed Waller Creek walkway this 2008 office building conversion provides unimpeded views of 6th street and the downtown skyline. The attachment to the Hilton Garden Inn provides gated secured parking and convenient guest room accommodations.
The Shore offers residence owners lakeside and cityscape views through large windows and balconies. The resort-styled pool deck situated on the 6th floor boasts his Austin Green Building Program certified development while reducing energy costs for owners.
The only residential point tower currently built downtown offers spectacular views of Lady Bird Lake, Downtown Austin and the Hill Country. The unique design maximizes living space and provides extraordinary views in every direction.
Park West Residences located in the historic Judge’s Hill neighborhood, is only blocks from the heart of Downtown and a few minutes walk from the University of Texas campus. Enjoy Park West’s unique views of Downtown, UT campus and the hill country from your oversized balcony. Create your peaceful haven with spacious floor plans and gorgeous finishes while still enjoying amenities including lobby and controlled-access covered parking. Take full advantage of the perfect balance between lifestyle and location at Park West.
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