- The Austonian
- MLS® #: 3806134
- 200 Congress Ave #53sr
- Austin, TX 78701
- 4 Bed, 5 Bath, 4,465 SqFt
When it comes to living options in a central urban core, downtown Austin is difficult to beat. Vintage buildings stand alongside brand-new condo towers, and there seems to be a new project proposed every day. The popularity makes sense: Austin is the center of government for Texas, an economic core for the region and one of the most culturally important cities in the entire Southwest.
Downtown runs from the Colorado River north for several blocks up to Martin Luther King Boulevard. U.S. 290 and Lamar Boulevard form the east and west borders respectively. Getting into the neighborhood from across the river is easy, as three of the city's bridges lead directly into downtown. The central core is also easily accessible from further afield via two major highways, or via a quick transfer from the Austin airport. (read more about living in downtown Austin)
Below you'll find all the currently available condos for sale in downtown Austin, sorted by price. If you'd like more information about buying or selling a downtown Austin condo, or if you just have questions about the real estate market there please give us a call at 512-658-9999.
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There are a variety of smaller neighborhoods within the downtown area. The Seaholm District runs along the river. The Financial District and Medical District sit between U.S. 290 and the Texas Capitol. The North Side and the West End occupy the northwest corner, along with historic Judges Hill. Each of these neighborhoods has its own unique character, but every block in downtown Austin is relatively diverse. The result: Skyscraper office buildings and sleek new condo high-rises share blocks with museums, entertainment venues, shopping and all manner of local businesses.
People love living in downtown Austin for the energy and diversity. It's a place to live, work, play and — most importantly — to be yourself. Downtown is also home to some of Austin's most iconic landmarks and tourist attractions, such as the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge — one of the premier locations to view Austin's bats — and the Museum of the Weird. With so much variety, finding the perfect place might require some assistance. Contact our local expert today to share your ideas and get a custom portfolio of properties to fit your needs.