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Barton Creek West

2632 Creeks Edge Parkway

One of the most desirable views in Barton Creek West featuring Valley Views of Barton Creek.

Timeless Contemporary

1844 Logans Hollow Dr, 78746

Timeless contemporary​ with steel frame construction and panora​mic hill country views in private gated community​.

Custom Contemporary in Barton Creek

3909 Verano Drive

Single story home with open concept floor plan allows for high ceilings and beautiful natural light. Walls of steel and glass open onto the stunning pool, jacuzzi and private tree-lined backyard.

COMING SOON!

Seaholm Residence #2213

Brand new, luxury residence in the sold-out Seaholm Residences…the new center for downtown living. Panoramic views of both the city & Lady Bird Lake w/ private outdoor terrace.

Modern Masterpiece

1309 Meriden Lane

Off Market Listing! Secluded estate offers privacy, downtown and capitol views. Only 1.6 miles from Downtown, this West Austin location and lifestyle are unrivaled.

Austin Proper Residences

Residential Sales Launching September 2015

The Austin Proper Residences are a limited collection of 99 residences and penthouses atop the Austin Proper Hotel in the heart of the vibrant 2nd Street District.

70 RAINEY

Residential Sales Launching December 2015

We are proud to announce DEN's exclusive sales & marketing partnership with downtown Austin’s newest luxury, high-rise development: 70 Rainey

Downtown Sub-Penthouse w/ Large Outdoor Terrace

603 Davis #2105 / 78701

PRICED BELOW MARKET! This condo boasts a full-length terrace w/ unobstructed views of beloved East Austin horizon. Steps away from Lady Bird Lake HIke-&-Bike Trail, Hotel VanZandt & more!

Downtown Luxury

W Residences #2011

Efficient floor plan featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of Downtown.

Modern Architecture in Heart of Bouldin Creek

2301 S 5th St #20 / 78704

High-performance home w/ green, sustainable features including 3Kw solar panels, Rooftop terrace with views of downtown Austin & Green Pastures, and more...

Luxury Retreat at the Four Seasons

98 San Jacinto #2603

A rare high floor one-bedroom condo at the Four Seasons Residences makes the most of downtown living with a large 250 SF covered terrace and sweeping views of the city and capitol.

Contemporary Lake House

1 acre on Lake Travis with impeccable views

Sophisticated commercial grade construction meets cutting edge technology. Home offers luxury finishes, multiple outdoor entertaining areas, ample guest parking, gated access and privacy walls.

End of Year Texas Economic Review

Posted by Bryan Cady on Tuesday, January 5th, 2016 at 11:04am.

To start the new year, here's a great economic forecast from our friend Mark Sprague, The State Director of Information Capital for Independence Title. This excerpt is specific to Austin; click here to read the entire article.

"...Austin is the last major Texas metro that we will address. Austin cannot continue to grow West due to geography, road infrastructure, and environmental concerns. Do we move east, north or south? Recruitment of new business and organic local growth will be the driver of our city’s economy for the foreseeable future.

Google and Apple have not even begun to hit stride in expansion. Other companies that are moving to or expanding in Austin are Dell /EMC, GMC, Hewlett Packard, the University of Texas medical school, and Emerson Process Management. The potential for continued growth is much greater in Central Texas than the rest of the nation.

The strength of this market is shown by the number of units being brought to the market and absorbed. It is not a secret that Austin has the most expensive housing costs in the state of Texas, and this trend will continue in a slower fashion, even as more supply comes online. While the median household income can still buy a median-priced home in areas surrounding Austin, home values in the core are well out of range for many would-be homeowners. As a result, demand for apartments in these areas has risen significantly as residents seeking to locate near popular employment and cultural districts choose to rent in lieu of homeownership. This is apparent as we see 10,800+/- units brought to the market, following 12,100 in 2014. That type of growth and development has not been seen since the late 80’s in the Austin area. Yet concessions are few, and rents continue to rise, although slower.

The Liberty Hill, Cedar Park, and Leander areas are experiencing rapid growth because they have some of the last affordable, developable land available. Home sales in the $400K to $700K will be the most difficult to move for sellers. Values will continue to improve, just not as aggressively. As a smaller builder, I would stay focused on value for the dollar and keeping labor happy as competition continues to battle for their services. The ability to build entry level homes will present opportunity for large market share for those builders who can do so.

The demand for office space is apparent with the number of construction cranes dotting the landscape. In 2015 3.5 million square feet will be completed, which is the largest amount of space delivered since 2007. Last year, office inventory rose by 1.1 million square feet. The strong demand has kept occupancy in the low 90% range, and rents continue to escalate.

We started this conversation concerned with the cooling of the regional market. Yet, if we look at the numbers, the continued pace of sales and values should continue. All this positive news actually scares me a little, since in my lifetime I have never seen Austin or Texas with this level of potential and few clouds on the local horizon. Time will tell."


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