Seaholm District Area Information:
The Seaholm District in Austin TX is one of the very few EcoDistricts in North America. It is located on Lady Bird Lake, just South of the Market District and South West of the Warehouse District.
The defined boundaries are on the West – Lamar Boulevard, to the East – San Antonio Street (including all Trammell Crow Parcels on Block 1 & 23, Austin Music Hass, Austin Ballet, 360 Condominiums, and State of Texas District Chiller Site), to the North – 4th Street, both banks of Shoal Creek, as well as parts of 3rd and 5th Streets (including Spring Condominiums and 311 Bowie) and to the South – East Cesar Chavez Street and Lady Bird Lake.
The focal point of this district is based on the historical mid century Power Plant that was Austin’s first electrical plant by Walter E. Seaholm. It was first developed in 1950 and after taking 8 years to build, the Seaholm Power Plant continued to operate until 1989.
The City of Austin has since planned for the Seaholm District to be developed and utilized in a variety of mixed-use applications. From residential high rise luxury condominiums for sale, to urban oasis of retail shopping / eating, and commercial office use, this is a prime location for all. Considered to be The New Center For Downtown Living.
Today, the 65 acres of total area in the Seaholm District has a number of buildings with Luxury Condominiums available for sale.
Including Properties At:
Spring Condominiums – 300 Bowie St, Austin TX 78703
The Bowie – 311 Bowie St, Austin TX 78703
360 Condominiums – 360 Nueces St, Austin TX 78701
Seaholm Residences Tower – 801 W 5th St, Austin TX 78703 (Under Construction)
Block 24 Condominiums – Austin TX 78701 (In Development)
Fifth & West Condominiums – 501 West Avenue, Austin TX 78701 (In Development)
Seaholm District Area Features:
Key area amenities to the Historical Seaholm District include the Lance Armstrong Bikeway, as well as the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail, Lonestar Rail, Metro Rail, Lady Bird Lake, Austin Central Library, Pfluger Bridge Extension, Second Street Bridge, Seaholm Intake Structures, Substation Art Wall, Austin Ballet, Austin Music Hall and much more! Not to mention that Zilker Park and The Long Center for Performing Arts is just a short walk, run, or bike across the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge too!
See Map Below To View All Currently Listed Properties For Sale and For Lease In The Seaholm District:
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