to upper class. These Austinites love the
convenience of being just blocks from shopping on Congress Avenue, live music venues
on 6th Street, and even some great parks,
hiking, and biking along the Colorado River.
South Austin: Across the Colorado River from
Downtown Austin is where young, artsy, and
hippie types seem to collect. Although Barton
Heights has some great family areas, Travis
Heights and Bouldin Creek attract mainly hip,
liberal Austinites, as well as transplants from
other parts of the country. The main drag in
this part of town is South Congress Avenue.
North Austin: North Austin consists of areas
like Round Rock, Cedar Park, and Leander,
which attract a lot of families. The Leander
Independent school district is an award-winning district, and many tech companies like
Apple and Dell have large operations in
the area. North Austin also has some great
luxury apartments, like The Allure, an Alliance Residential property. The Allure has a
fitness center, conference room, wi-fi in all
common areas, a pet park, and even green
features like electric car-charging stations
and smoke-free buildings. “Austin is a very
green city. There’s a lot of demand for green
living,” says Parkhill. North and northwest
Austin are fast-growing Austin neighborhoods, great for families, animal lovers, and
West Austin: West Austin has some of the
wealthiest (and most expensive) neighborhoods in the city, such as Westlake Hills and
Steiner Ranch. The commute into town is a
bit longer than in other areas of Austin, but
residents are closer to Lake Travis and the
great outdoors. Further south are middle
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