Here are 11 new apartment communities coming soon in Northwest Austin

Lenox Ridge

Lenox Ridge

With more people moving to the Austin area every day, new residential communities are popping up. Most new construction in Northwest Austin is for multifamily complexes that are located mostly east of MoPac. This guide will help you navigate new apartment complexes that are under construction or coming soon.


1. Broadstone Burnet


10301 Burnet Road
352 units
1-2 bedrooms
600-1,200 square feet
Developer: Alliance Residential
Broke ground: February 2017
Available: summer 2018
Amenities: resort-style swimming pool, wine room
www.allresco.com






2. The Copeland


2511 W. Braker Lane
328 units
Studio, 1-2 bedrooms
468-1,276 square feet
Developer: Cypress Real Estate Advisors
Broke ground: May 2017
Available: 2019
Amenities: swimming pools, fitness center, dog park, club room, billiards lounge






3. Flatiron Domain

10727 Domain Drive
372 units
1-3 bedrooms, townhomes, lofts
Developers: StreetLights Residential and Stonelake Capital Partners
Broke ground: fall 2017
Available: spring 2019
Amenities: bar, lounge, swimming pool,
fitness center
www.streetlightsres.com/development/austin-flatiron








4. Lenox Ridge

MoPac and Scofield Ridge Parkway
350 units
1-3 bedrooms
600-1,380 square feet
$1,100-$2,000
Developer: Oden Hughes LLC
Broke ground: January 2018
Available: early 2019
Amenities: co-working space with offices, hospitality bar
www.odenhughesllc.com








5. Maravilla at The Domain*


11001 Austin Lane
200 units
1-2 bedrooms
Developer: Senior Resource Group
Broke ground: fall 2017
Available: not known
Amenities: geared toward seniors age 62 and older, common areas, underground parking garage
www.srgseniorliving.com








6. Overture Arboretum


10600 Jollyville Road
184 units
1-2 bedrooms
619-1,342 square feet
$1,945-$3,290
Developer: Greystar
Broke ground: March 2017
Available: spring 2019, now leasing
Amenities: geared toward residents age 60 and older, fitness center, yoga studio pool, salon, game room, demonstration kitchen, theater
www.overturearboretum.com
Leasing office, 9901 N. Capital of Texas Hwy., Ste. 220








7. Overture Domain


3100 Kramer Lane
189 units
Studio, 1-2 bedrooms
685-1,347 square feet
$2,020-$3,665
Developer: Greystar
Broke ground: August 2016
Available: spring 2018 (now leasing)
Amenities: geared toward residents age 55 and older, fitness center, pool, theater, demonstration kitchen, game room, salon, dog park
www.overturedomain.com
Leasing office, 9901 N. Capital of Texas Hwy., Ste. 220








8. Walnut Park


12101 N. Lamar Blvd.
277 units
1-2 bedrooms
664-1,770 square feet
$1,155-$2,550
Developer: Larry Peel
Broke ground: early 2017
Available: March
Amenities: indoor spa, swimming pool, media area, dog park
www.walnut-park.com







Projects in permitting

9. Domain Apartments*


Project in permitting stage
11009 Alterra Parkway
179 units
Developer: Columbus Realty Partners
Submitted: May 2017






10. Elysium Grand


Project in permitting stage
3300 Oak Creek Drive
80 units
Studio, 1-3 bedrooms
550-1,1140 square feet
Developer: Saigebrook Development LLC
Breaks ground: November 2018
Available: December 2019
Amenities: affordable housing, clubhouse, amenity center, playground
www.saigebrook.com
Submitted Jan. 8, 2018





11. Modera Domain*


Project in permitting stage
2618 Kramer Lane
354 units
Submitted Jan. 3, 2018


By Amy Denney

Managing Editor, Austin metro

Amy has worked for Community Impact Newspaper since September 2010, serving as reporter and later senior editor for the Northwest Austin edition as well as covering transportation in the Austin metro. She is now managing editor for the 10 publications in the Central Texas area from Georgetown to New Braunfels.



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