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The Station At St. Elmo is making major strides towards construction completion in summer 2023





 The Station at St. Elmo Mixed Use Development making major build progress click here for it


Per a working member of LEGACY development and communities, "the 132 Condo's ranging in size from 200K and up Studios to 1 million 3 bedrooms Condos are all pre SOLD-OUT." There 14 Live / Work Commercial Units of which 10 are pre sold and there are 4 still for Sale. There are some limitations of commercial use of the Live/Work Units. Lastly there will be 1 large 3,000-4,000 sq. ft public commercial friendly space, that will either be 1 bigger tenant or divided into multiple tenants." GVM Reporting




BRAND-NEW CONDOS AND TOWNHOMES

IN AUSTIN, TEXAS

Inspired by the magnetic culture of the revitalized, historic St. Elmo area, a new mixed-use community is coming to South Austin like no other. The Station at St. Elmo offers a robust collection of innovative residences with lavish amenities in a vibrant neighborhood that brings everything we love about this iconic city right to your front door. Stunning condominiums and townhomes starting from the mid-$200s showcase an urban revival theme that uniquely combines thoughtful architecture designed for modern-day functionality with rich, industrial-style finishes that tell the story of the land that precedes it. Start a new chapter with us and indulge in the lifestyle you want.

The Station at St. Elmo is sold out. If you did not get a chance to make The Station your home, don’t worry. Legacy Communities has a number of other locations all over the city and many more coming soon (including one in the St. Elmo neighborhood). Check out our new website at LegacyCommunities.com to learn more!


LIVE IN THE PULSE OF

THE ST. ELMO DISTRICT

A home within walking distance to The Yard and a short drive to the St. Elmo Public Market is an invitation to experience the best of Austin — coffee shops, breweries, wineries, distilleries, music locales, restaurants, fitness venues, and shopping.


LAVISH AMENITIES

FOR ELEVATED LIVING

Soak up the rays in our luxury pool and tanning ledge. Let your pet roam in our expansive bark park. Enjoy drinks with friends on our rooftop terrace. Focus on your well-being in our private fitness center. It’s all here — and so much more.


LAVISH AMENITIES

FOR ELEVATED LIVING

Soak up the rays in our luxury pool and tanning ledge. Let your pet roam in our expansive bark park. Enjoy drinks with friends on our rooftop terrace. Focus on your well-being in our private fitness center. It’s all here — and so much more.


LAVISH AMENITIES

FOR ELEVATED LIVING

Soak up the rays in our luxury pool and tanning ledge. Let your pet roam in our expansive bark park. Enjoy drinks with friends on our rooftop terrace. Focus on your well-being in our private fitness center. It’s all here — and so much more.

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