Este Lofts – East Austin Condos
Este Lofts are a mixed use condominium at 2235 East 6th St., 78702. They are in the heart of Central East Austin’s eclectic living, dining, and arts district. There are 66 units in the 4 story building. Completed in 2008, this modern contemporary steel and concrete building offers open loft living in an affordable hip location!
Call Matthew Hejl on the Hejl Team at Coldwell Banker United Realtors to help you find and close on a condo home. 512-297-1040.
Flats & Lofts
1,2 & 3 bedroom plans
On upper 3 floors
Plans range from 747-1,833 square feet
Lofts & Flats have high ceilings and open flexible space
All include a 7’ built-in office workstation
Primos are corner units with lots of windows
Office condos and commercial space
Reserved, gated parking in garage
Interiors are industrial modern with open floor plans
Galley kitchens open to living-dining
Floor to ceiling windows
Concrete and bamboo floors
Granite kitchen counters
Black or stainless appliances.
Built in studies
Walk in closets
Certified as a “Green” building by Austin Green Building Council
Some units have spectacular views of downtown
Located near the Metro Rail at Plaza Saltillo & 5th St.
This eclectic condo community is in the heart of Austin’s hippest restaurant and entertainment district. Residents are just blocks away from Austin’s festivals and all that downtown and East Austin has to offer: shops, art galleries, farmer’s market, food trucks, and bars. For jogging and biking, the Butler Hike & Bike Trail that winds along Lady Bird Lake is in easy reach.
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.
There is an active interest in preserving the neighborhood character – expressed in historic homes, commercial buildings, land use, and social customs. It 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.
Neighborhood homes include bungalows, mission and Spanish style, and mid-century modern. All co-exist here along with small businesses, shops, bakeries, and cafes. Walking or biking are available forms of transportation for residents in this urban living space, with shopping, restaurants, and clubs close at hand. Downtown Austin offers employment, entertainment, and culture – all within a run, bike or scooter ride.
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