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The Domain Neighborhood Guide

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If your suburban childhood fantasy was to live at the mall, the Domain manifests the real-world, grown-up version of that dream. Located in North Austin, this neighborhood pairs a wide selection of stores, restaurants, bars, and coffeeshops with an ample array of apartments and office spaces, a set-up that has earned it a reputation as “Austin’s second Downtown.”


The Domain’s interweaving of retail and residential real estate works perfectly for the type of person who wants to live around the corner from a Nordstrom and enjoy Starbucks as their closest neighbor. However, if you desire the “keep Austin weird” vibes, be warned — the Domain does not exude that same hip, cultural atmosphere. But, for anyone looking for an amenity-filled apartment to call home, the Domain’s offerings, in addition to its accessibility, could be a huge selling point.

Many consider The Domain to be a second downtown for Austin. With many people calling the area home, as well as numerous companies with offices there, The Domain is a center for activity that rivals downtown. However, with all the big companies and big-name retail in the area, The Domain has a distinct feel to it that isn't regarded as the same as the rest of the city.
The Domain is a residential area north of Downtown that includes office space, shopping, and dining. Constructed by commercial and residential real estate development companies, the area has been constructed so residents can eat, work, and play without having to leave their area.
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