East Village Lofts – Iconic 11th Street Condo
East Village Lofts are a mixed use condominium at 1200 East 11th St., 78702. Designed by Bercy Chen Studio, they are on Central East Austin’s vital 11th Street Corridor. The bright red and orange panels on the balconies make East Village Lofts an architecturally notable building that adds to the vibrancy of the local community. Completed in 2010, this iconic steel and glass condo offers open loft living in an affordable hip location! There are 20 living units and 8 commercial units.
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Flats & Lofts
1 & 2 bedroom lofts
2 bedroom flats
All feature a modern urban loft layout with open-plan living areas, expansive windows, and high ceilings.
Ground Floor – Offices, retail and commercial space, such as yoga studio and wine bar.
Reserved, gated parking
Industrial modern with open floor plans
Stained concrete floors
Downtown views from some units
Rooftop deck with views of downtown
Energy efficient roof and wall insulation
Colorful metal exterior panels add shade and reduce energy costs
Low E Windows
3 Star Green Building Rating
City of Austin S.M.A.R.T. development: Safe, Mixed Income, Accessible, Reasonably Priced, Transit Oriented
The 11st Street Corridor is envisioned by citizens and the City of Austin as an area for significant revitalization. Texas Music Museum, Carver Museum, and a wide range of entertainment venues, restaurants, and small shops are in this eclectic neighborhood. This historic neighborhood is just minutes from downtown and the UT campus. Residents are just blocks away from Austin’s festivals and all that downtown and East Austin have to offer: shops, art galleries, farmer’s market, food trucks, and bars.
Grocery stores include the HEB on East 7th, and Whole Foods Market on East 6th. And, the nearby Comal Food Mart has been in use since it was built in the 1880’s. Quickie Pickie, Hillside Farmacy, Long Branch Inn, Blue Dahlia, Franklin’s BBQ, & other cafes are nearby.
There is an active interest in preserving the neighborhood character throughout Central East Austin – expressed in historic homes, commercial buildings, land use, and social customs. Central East developed its own character over many years, bringing together varied social and cultural influences. There are historic buildings and a long history of stories to preserve. Bungalows, Spanish style, and ranch homes all co-exist here. Walking or biking are available forms of transportation for residents in this urban living space. Downtown Austin offers employment, entertainment, and culture are all within a run, bike or scooter ride.
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