Leasing underway as tenants move into new apartment complex in North Austin

Lenox Ridge

Lenox Ridge

Show map
Leasing has begun on units at Lenox Ridge, located at 3001 Scofield Ridge Parkway, Austin, and the project’s first tenants moved in, in mid-July. The 10-acre, 350-unit apartment complex features a 24-hour shared-use work area with private and community offices as well as a dog park, a covered parking garage and more. Apartments range from 600-1,380 square feet and include modern interiors and fixtures. 833-248-2451. www.lenoxridge.com
By Iain Oldman
Iain Oldman joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after spending two years in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he covered Pittsburgh City Council. His byline has appeared in PublicSource, WESA-FM and Scranton-Times Tribune. Iain worked as the reporter for Community Impact Newspaper's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition and is now working as the editor for the Northwest Austin edition.


MOST RECENT

Williamson County set the early-voting locations for the November election. (Liesbeth Powers/Community Impact Newspaper)
Williamson County sets early-voting locations for November election

Plan ahead and see where the early voting locations are for this coming election.

Commissioners will move forward in establishing a 15-member committee to look into the Williamson County Confederate statue placement. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
JUST IN: Court to move forward in establishing committee to look into Williamson County Confederate statue placement

The committee will be formed in December with a possible report presented to the court in March.

Chief Equity Officer Stephanie Hawley speaks to trustees at a board information session Aug. 10. (Courtesy Austin ISD)
Outside equity assessment at AISD could evaluate hiring practices, past closures

A report could look at the root causes of inequities and offer the district best practices as potential solutions.

Here is a look at Williamson County coronavirus cases so far. (Community Impact staff)
OVER THE WEEKEND: 648 coronavirus cases, 3 deaths added in Williamson County

The current seven-day rolling positivity rate, or the rate which tests return positive, is 8.71%, data shows. Over the three-day period, Williamson County’s rate dropped below 10% for the first time since mid-June, data shows.

For the first three weeks, 100% of Round Rock ISD students will participate in remote learning. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
70% of Round Rock ISD families opt for virtual learning when campuses reopen

The district has released Parent Choice Survey data as the start of the fall sememster draws closer.

Retailer Harbor Freight Tools will open a Georgetown location Aug. 11. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
Harbor Freight Tools coming to Georgetown and more Central Texas news

Read the latest Central Texas business and community news.

Aura Avery Ranch rendering
New 339-unit apartment community coming to far Northwest Austin

A new development will soon deliver hundreds of multifamily units to one of Northwest Austin’s most rapidly developing corridors.

Sewell Jaguar Land Rover North Austin is now open. (Courtesy Sewell Automotive Companies)
Texas-based automotive company acquires newly built Jaguar Land Rover North Austin

Sewell Jaguar Land Rover North Austin is now open after acquiring the dealership from Park Place Dealerships in July.

The Williamson County Commissioners Court will review and discuss the possible creation of a committee responsible for researching the potential removal of the Confederate statue that sits in front of the county courthouse, according to its Aug. 11 agenda. (John Cox/XCommunity Impact Newspaper)
Williamson County may form committee to discuss removal of Confederate statue

The item will be discussed during the court's Aug. 11 meeting.

Capital Metro and the City of Austin are preparing to ask voters in November to fund $7.1 billion of a $10 billion plan to expand public transportation across the city. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)
Project Connect one step away from officially heading to Austin voters

Austin City Council and the Capital Metro board of directors approved a contract with the voters Aug. 7 laying out details of the plan and set up the rules for a board that will make funding decisions.