These new condos don’t boast the low, low prices of older complexes in town, but the prices are in reach for many who are looking for fairly affordable housing and don’t want or need a single-family home.
Austin's natural beauty is one reason the city was built here to begin with; it's also a reason people continue to move here, usually bringing personal transport with them. So it's not surprising that our smallest parks are traffic islands.
In an ongoing series, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at per-square-foot asking prices in different Austin neighborhoods. Since it's Curbed's Micro Week, today's comparison features the smallest condos for sale now.
In 2014, the house was fully renovated and enlarged, adding two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a family room, and a small kitchen, for a total of 3,200 square feet. The renovation was done in a way that allows privacy and separation among different suites in the house.