Central Austin

The heart of one of America's most desirable cities, Central Austin offers everything you could want in a neighborhood. A true blend of urban bustling and natural settings, Central Austin provides all the attractions of a large city balanced by the natural beauty of the Colorado River and the rolling hills of Central Texas. Central Austin also offers easy access to main thoroughfares and numerous public transportations routes.

Points of Interest
Downtown Austin, University of Texas, Texas State Capitol, Whole Foods Flagship Store, Deep Eddy Pool, Austin Museum of Art, Bob Bullock Museum and IMAX, Blanton Museum of Art, Historic Paramount Theater, Pease Park

Downtown, Clarkesville, Hyde Park, Tarrytown, Rosedale, University Heights, West Campus, Bryker Woods, Pemberton Heights,Useful

Austin Chronicle City Guide

Downtown Austin Neighborhood Asst.

University of Texas

East Austin

Boasting a true mix of tradition and chic, the East Side is quickly becoming one of the trendiest areas of Austin to live. From the quiet funkiness of Cherrywood and East Manor, to the historic landmarks of East 11 th Street, to the new ultra-hip East Sixth Business District, east Austin is cultivating into another stellar neighborhood that offers a little something for everyone…including the brand new mixed use urban space and greenway at Meuller Development and the convenience of the brand new MetroRail system.

Points of Interest
East Austin Studio Tour, Hope Farmers Market, Mueller Greenway, Dell Children’s Hospital, Morris Williams Golf Course,

Cherrywood, Mueller, Delwood, French Place, East Sixth, Historic Swede Hill, University Hills

Helpful Links
Cherrywood Urban Landscape and Arts League

East Austinite Blog

Mueller Development:

South Austin

Unique, eclectic and bustling, South Austin is intrinsic to Austin culture. Packed with tons of local shopping and dining, remarkable nature escapes and some of Austin's most quintessential tourist destinations, this area of town is the place to be. From brand new high rise condos to ranch-style family houses, there is a home and an adventure awaiting for anyone in South Austin!

Neighborhoods: Travis Heights, Barton Hills, Barton Bluffs – Spyglass, Bouldin Creek, SoCo (South Congress), South Lamar, Zilker

Points of Interest: Zilker Park, Barton Springs, Long Center for the Performing Arts, South Congress, First Thursdays, Ladybird Lake, Greenbelt, Barton Creek Mall, St. Edwards University, Broken Spoke, Nutty Brown Cafe

Helpful Links:
First Thursday

Zilker Park

SoCo Guide

North Central

North Central Austin offers the vintage charm of Crestview Shopping Center, to the modern amenities of the newly built Midtown Commons Transit Village. This quiet, shaded area of Austin is mostly comprised of single family homes built in the 1940's and 1950's. Located several miles north of Downtown, and just blocks away from the many shops and eateries of Burnet Road, this neighborhood is ideally situated in a convenient central location.

Crestview, Allendale, Brentwood, North University, Anderson Mill

Points of Interest
North Cross Mall, Midtown Commons Transit Village, Alamo Drafthouse,Burnet Road Shopping District, Threadgill's, Travis County Farmer's Market, Crestview Shopping Center

North West Austin

Scenic Northwest Austin is a premiere residential area of Travis County. Nestled on the quiet edge of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, this area provides breathtaking views, with a multitude of outdoor activities and natural escapes. Whether you want to take part of the hiking and other great outdoor adventures at Mount Bonell or treat yourself to the premiere shopping of the Arboretum this is a wonderful area to be in.

Northwest Hills, Balcones, Northwood, Great Hills, Cat Mountain,

Points of Interest
Arboretum, Mount Bonnell, Gateway Shopping Center, Bridge at 360

West Austin/ West Lake Hills

West Lake Hills is defined by it's rustic, high-end real estate and its beautiful terrain, which intertwines with the serenity of the Colorado River. West Lake is home to the exemplary Eanes Independent School District, which has gained national recognition for its outstanding educational achievements. There are a lot of wonderful shopping and outdoor adventures in this gorgeous area.

West Lake Hills, Bee Cave, Rollingwood, Barton Creek, Cuerna Vaca, Lost Creek

Points of Interest
West Lake Shopping Center, Barton Creek Greenbelt, Wild Basin Wilderness Area, Barton Creek Square Mall

North Austin

North Austin, a highly business oriented area, has recently been expanding rapidly due to its proximity to very well known technological companies such as Samsung and Dell. The addition of The Domain off of Mopac and Braker Lane has provided North Austin with business, retail, and residential opportunities. With its many high-end stores, international cusine, and trendy condominiums, The Domain is a very swank area to be in. If you prefer more laid back shopping, then Arbor Walk which is located a few miles south is another great shopping center.

Points of Interest: The Domain, Arbor Walk, Round Rock Outlet Mall, ACC North Ridge Campus