Towers of Town Lake
Part of a six-acre development, the Towers of Town Lake is a one of the original pioneering condominium communities in downtown Austin. Located adjacent to the 17-mile hike-and-bike trail on Lady Bird Lake, it is part of the burgeoning Rainey Street District.
The Towers of Town Lake, built in 1983, is one of Downtown Austin’s earlier condo buildings. Because of that, it has some unique features. It sits on six acres between Lady Bird Lake and the I-35 frontage road and is full of amenities. The 175 condos and eight townhomes are generally larger than some of the other Downtown Austin condos. Most units are at least two-bedrooms and start at over 1,200 sq ft.
The building also has 24 hour concierge service, gated parking, a library, and attractively furnished lounge areas for informal gatherings. Views are either of the Downtown skyline or to the south, looking out over Town Lake. The property is comprised of four connected towers and several townhouses.
Besides its convenient location, the Towers of Town Lake offers many amenities not found in other buildings. Residents enjoy an on-site, well equipped fitness facility with a racquetball court, weight room and locker rooms. After working out, residents can enjoy swimming in an indoor heated pool, or an outdoor pool in a lush, tropical setting. A morning jog on Town Lake is right out the back door.
Hot Spots: Royal Blue Grocery, Rainey Street Bars, Moonshine Patio Bar and Grill
Outdoor Attractions: Festival Beach Community Garden, Lady Bird Lake
Students Attend These Schools: Austin High School, O.Henry Middle School, Mathews Elementary School
Average Home Pricing: $439,000 to $1,200,000