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Downtown Rainey District Condo with Views, For Lease or for Sale


Spacious, modern condo in the heart of downtown and the Rainey Street District; floor to ceiling windows with incredible views of Lady Bird Lake and the Austin skyline; this one of a kind floor plan has direct access from its oversized, private patio to the amenity deck with outdoor pool, cabana, barbeque area, and the Van Zandt hotel/restaurant; large master bedroom with walk-in closet; the bathroom has a double vanity, separate shower, large soaking tub and a window with a view! the kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and plenty of cabinets/storage; a bonus room can be used as a study, for hobbies or a guest space as there is access to the bathroom from both the hallway and the master; easy access to the parking garage, on-site fitness center, and hike and bike trail via one flight of stairs (or elevator)! The Residential Condo Tower has recently undergone extensive renovations including fresh exterior paint, updated common areas, and more in the works including a complete lobby make-over, and upgraded amenity deck with new furnishings and landscaping; 24 hour concierge; bike storage, high walkability score; this is a must see unit, with lots of opportunity for fun and entertainment, or enjoying quiet evenings with beautiful views and sunsets from your living room or patio.

Asking price per owner for long term lease of $3350, and/or $725,000 for Sale. At the current time, Austin Silent Market and Broker Associate George Vance McGee can only work and get paid as your tenant leasing representative or your buyer’s agent and advocate only. GVM @ 512.657.9281

Either consider a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom with an office/study or a 2 bedroom, smaller 2nd bedroom. 1,084 sq. ft of Living Space in the Condo. Located on the Amenity Floor with Pool, Views, access to Hotel Van Zandt. 1 floor above parking garage, for easy in and out, car access as needed. HOA monthly dues of $512 per month and year TCAD taxes of $10,500.

This prized unit is the “low-rise” of the “high-rise”; everything you need is steps away making it very livable and easy to enjoy the amenities, the hike and bike trail and the neighborhood, without sacrificing wonderful lake and city views.


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