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Approx 2008 sq. ft.
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Many Austinites are passionate about living in the downtown area. With some of the tallest condo towers in the state 32 miles of inner-city hike and bike trails and the Lady Bird Lake, Downtown Austin is truly a city inside a park. Not only does Downtown Austin nurture an active outdoor lifestyle but the business and artist communities are vibrant and thriving.
Austin's diverse population and close proximity of work, residence and play offers an opportunity for a quality of life that draws people from all over the nation. With everything from single-family homes to more than 5,800 units available fro purchase or lease in and near downtown, Austin has blossomed into one of the most sought after residential markets in the region (or nation.) No matter your age, profession or passion - you are sure to find a place in this exhilarating community.
Activities & Attractions
Previously known as Town Lake, Lady Bird Lake is Austin's most beloved attraction offering an opportunity to experience the best that Austin has to offer. The late itself is 426 acres and all along the shoreline you will find hotels, apartments, ball fields, lush greenery, Austin's notorious Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail, recreation water rentals as well as Auditorium Shores. Lady Bird Lake offers such activities as paddle boats canoes and paddle boards. The lake is a popular training spot for rowing crews across the country in cooler months. Other water recreations offered along the shore are Deep Eddy Pool - the oldest pool in Texas and Barton Springs Pool - a natural spring that flows into Lady Bird.
Downtown Austin living offers every living essential including Grocery Stores ( including the Flagship Whole Foods), Health clubs and Spas, Movie Theaters, local eateries from casual to fine-star dining, Coffee Shoppes, Transportation, Museums, Music Venues, and Libraries.