Waterstreet Lofts – Central East Austin
The Waterstreet Lofts, at 1601 East Cesar Chavez, is in the heart of very popular and active Central East Austin. They are at the corner of East Cesar Chavez and Comal Street. Completed in 2007, this small modern industrial style condo offers 22 lofts, 3 live-work units, and 4 retail spaces. Residents are in the heart of Austin’s most exciting new restaurant and entertainment district.
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Flats – The flats are single story units with one bedroom, one bath. Sizes vary between 800sf to 1,200 sf.
Two Story – Two story units have 2 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Live/Work – The mixed-use properties contain a commercial storefront space with second floor loft living space.
Residents share reserved parking in a gated underground garage. Ground-level parking for guests is provided.
High ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows bring in light and beautiful views of Downtown and East Austin. Interiors are industrial modern with open floor plans, exposed duct work, and concrete and wood floors. Stainless appliances and granite counters are standard.
Residents share a dog park and 2nd floor community terrace. All units have balconies, verandas, or access to the common terrace on the 2nd floor.
Waterstreet Condos are in the heart of East Austin’s hottest restaurants and nightlife. Downtown is just 1.3 miles west. And, a few blocks to the south, residents enjoy the Butler Hike & Bike Trail that winds down to Lady Bird Lake.
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.
The Waterstreet Lofts are in the central-east part of Austin’s urban core. They are in the heart of the established East Cesar Chavez neighborhood. This historic neighborhood dates back to the early 1900’s. It was one of Austin’s first neighborhoods, and has developed its own character over many years, bringing together varied social and cultural influences. There is an active interest in preserving the neighborhood character – expressed in historic homes, commercial buildings, land use, and social customs. There is long history and lots of stories to preserve. Craftsman bungalows, mission and Spanish style homes, and mid-century modern all co-exist here.
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 reachable within minutes.
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