New 323-unit apartment complex coming to Austin's East Riverside area
A 323-unit apartment complex will be opening in 2020 off East Riverside Drive in Austin. (Rendering courtesy Aspen Heights Partners)
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By Jack Flagler | | Updated
By Jack Flagler
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