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Brown Building Lofts Housing Market Trends
|# Listings||Average DOM||Average Price||Average $/SqFt||Median Price||Median $/SqFt||Average % Reduced|
|Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings)||4||38||$515,500||$519||$570,000||$443||2%|
*Brown Building Lofts Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of November 12th, 2019 at 6:10pm CST.
Brown Building Lofts Austin
710 Colorado St | Austin, TX | 78701
Brown Building Lofts, an adaptive reuse of a 10-story high rise between Downtown Austin’s Congress Avenue District and Warehouse Entertainment District, contains 90 luxury condominium units in one of the city's landmark buildings. The property, located at 710 Colorado Street, was converted from offices to residences in 2004.
Architect Charles Henry Page created Brown Building Lofts, once referred to as the Wall Street of Austin. The architecture is reminiscent of "art moderne," a style popular in the late 1930s. The property’s nostalgic 1930s design, as well as tax incentives for owning a unit in a building listed on the National Register of Historic Places, makes Brown Building Lofts condos for sale attractive to buyers. Historic buildings are often superior candidates for conversion because they offer character, space, and location that newer buildings may not have. The Brown Building, built in 1938, has a granite exterior and large windows that give a modern look to this otherwise historic property.
Buyers searching for homes in Downtown Austin will love the warehouse style of Brown Building Lofts condos for sale. These 1 and 2-bedroom units range from 625 to over 2,000 square feet of living space. Brown Building Lofts impresses clients with a grand lobby. The condos feature expansive 10-foot ceilings. Exposed walls, concrete pillars and ductwork, and terrazzo flooring entice buyers as well. Interior finishes include European cabinetry in the modern kitchens. Walled-in bedrooms, washer and dryer connections, and updated baths provide additional incentives to purchasers of these lofts. Impressive views of Downtown Austin from the rooftop terrace in conjunction with a gated and secure parking garage make Brown Building Lofts one of Austin’s most desirable condominium properties.
Where is the Brown Building Austin?
Brown Building Lofts is at 710 Colorado Street just south of the State Capitol Building in Downtown Austin’s 78701 zip code. From the Texas Capitol, head west on W. 11th St. Take a left on Colorado St, just past the Governor’s Mansion. The building is immediately after W. 8th St on the right.
Things to do near Brown Building Lofts
Austin is a pet-loving city and buyers of Brown Building Lofts condos for sale will appreciate being in a pet-friendly (with breed restrictions) building. They will also enjoy the luxury of reserved garage parking and a private exercise room. Residents are only 9 blocks from Lady Bird Lake where they can walk, run, or bike on the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail. For boaters, it's only 2 miles to the Texas Rowing Center where a rental boat or paddleboard can be taken out on the Colorado River for a day on the water. Activities less than a mile away include ACL Live at The Moody Theater, casual dining at many nearby restaurants, or an exercise class on Republic Square. Whatever they enjoy, residents will find that Brown Building Lofts is a central location for the best in urban living.
Brown Building Lofts Schools
Austin ISD serves students living in Brown Building Lofts. Matthews Elementary (K-5), O. Henry Middle (6-8), and Austin High School (9-12) are the assigned schools for this neighborhood. Downtown Austin has several private school options including Kirby Hall School (PK-12), The Girls School of Austin (K-8), and Cathedral School of St. Mary’s (PK-12). Other private schools include the Khabele School (18m-grade 12), St. Ignatius Martyr School (PK-8), Griffin School (9-12), and San Juan Diego Catholic High School (9-12). Also, there are several private schools with a focus on specific areas of learning or student needs such as the Richard Milburn Academy and Rawson Saunders School.