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Here’s how much it costs to buy a home in North Loop right now

Flight path turned social spot

In an ongoing series for Curbed Austin, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at sales prices ranges in different neighborhoods.

Today's analysis is of the North Loop neighborhood. Bordered by North Lamar Boulevard on the west, Airport Boulevard on the East, West Koenig Lane on the north, and 51st Street (west and east) on the south, the area has an interesting history.

It was also a creative center then and now, with quirky retail shops and coffee places. Home prices, however, jumped after the airport was relocated. It now seems to be experiencing another surge in popularity, with established local restaurants and other businesses opening up in the area. The redevelopment of the former Highland Mall nearby into a community college campus will no doubt make it even more popular.

The current average listing price in the neighborhood is $328 per square foot, although the individual properties that make up that average range considerably, from $178/square foot (5115 Eilers Avenue) to $672/square foot (400 West 55th Street).

You can check out the full, interactive NeighborhoodX chart at the link below.

Homes in the Range: Austin (Aug. 2016) [NeighborhoodX]