The Lake Austin area is gaining a new luxury residential community from hospitality company Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts.

Diving in deeper

Known as Four Seasons Private Residences Lake Austin, the project is set on 145 acres of natural landscape and waterfront southwest of the RM 2222 and Loop 360 intersection, according to a news release.

The development is surrounded by 2,000 acres of protected land that serve as part of the Balcones Canyonland Preserve. Interiors for the modern-style community will be designed by Lissoni & Partners, a New York- and Italy-based architecture and interior design firm, according to the news release.

In June, investment and development firm Turnbridge Equities became a co-developer of the project alongside Austin Capital Partners, according to a news release.

Turnbridge has previously worked on local projects such as the Music Lane project on South Congress Avenue, which created an entertainment destination for the area, the news release states.

“We look forward to working with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and our globally renowned design team in helping realize this amazing vision,” said Andrew Joblon, founder and managing principal of Turnbridge Equities, in the news release.

What else?

Once complete, the news release states the property will have four shared resort clubs, including:
  • The Upper Clubhouse: offers a Michelin-star, chef-led private restaurant, a 96-seat theater, a 300-foot infinity-edge pool, game rooms and private cabanas
  • Indoor Sports Club: provides a 76,000-square-foot space with private training rooms, golf simulators, indoor sport courts, a children’s gym and play area
  • The Spa and Wellness Club: has hot and cold plunge pools, a sauna, private treatment rooms, a beauty salon, and steam facilities in both locker rooms
  • The Orangerie: features an indoor garden with an 82-foot indoor pool
Additional amenities include a 576-foot private marina, an Owners Boating Club for standalone residences and a cable railroad from the hilltop to the lake.

What's next

Construction is expected to begin this fall with an anticipated completion date of late 2027.

The community is actively selling residences, which start at $4.6 million.