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North Austin Neighborhood Guide

Up-and-coming · Foodie · Industrial


North Austin, a true hold-out of the authentic Austin spirit, is a bit hippie, a bit cultural, and a bit Texas. However, upon first glance, you would never guess it — driving through this area, you’ll notice a facade of strip malls, plazas, and warehouses. But, concealed within these sites hide some of the most exciting places the city has to offer, from breweries, to succulent shops, to specialty markets.


Its restaurants likewise deliver a huge range of delicious and authentic cuisine. The recent addition of the Q2 Stadium, home to the city’s only professional sports team, the Austin Football Club, adds another dimension to this neighborhood and ensures its continued growth. Moreover, its proximity to Walnut Creek Park, one of the most stunning green spaces around, contradicts anyone who may stereotype its landscape as drab.

North Austin is widely recognized as an area that has a suburban feel, although it sits within the Austin city limits. Being a residential area, those that live North Austin can enjoy a quieter atmosphere while also living within reach of all the advantages of downtown.
North Austin is primarily known for the prevalence of tech companies & big corporations located in the area. You can also find a decent selection of affordable housing and cut down your commute as many major highways including FM 620, US 183, IH-35 and others run through here.
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