New Tarrytown residential rental units to be ready by summer

The Richardson at Tarrytown is expected to be move-in ready by this summer.

The Richardson at Tarrytown is expected to be move-in ready by this summer.

Twenty-seven new residential units are up for lease west of MoPac in Central Austin's Tarrytown.

Dubbed The Richardson at Tarrytown, the rental homes have one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans ranging from 1,209 to 2,957 square feet.

Burlington Ventures, an Austin-based developer and property manager, announced Friday it is now taking lease reservations.

Located at 3215 Exposition Blvd., the residences come with floor-to-ceiling windows opening onto private balconies, solar shades, hardwood flooring throughout and custom tile flooring in bathrooms. Most residences have large custom kitchens with quartz countertops, counter-depth refrigerators, built-in gas ranges, wall ovens and microwaves, under-counter wine refrigerators and full-size washers and dryers.

The Richardson also has a parking garage, an outdoor kitchen with a gas grill, a seasonally heated pool, an outdoor fireplace, a dog park, a fitness room and a club room with a full kitchen, large-screen television and conference room.

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Leasing prices range from $3,300 to $8,800 per month.

A news release called the property a "low-density and multifamily project" that will "help alleviate traffic and promote a healthy, walkable lifestyle."

For more information, visit www.3215exposition.com.
By Marie Albiges
Marie Albiges was the editor for the San Marcos, Buda and Kyle edition of Community Impact Newspaper. She covered San Marcos City Council, San Marcos CISD and Hays County Commissioners Court. Marie previously reported for the Central Austin edition. Marie moved to Austin from Williamsburg, Va. in 2016 and was born in France. She has since moved on from Community Impact in May 2018.


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