North Austin

Where Industries Boom But Nature Still Blooms

Welcome to North Austin

North Austin is home to some of the city’s most popular and up-and-coming neighborhoods. From shopping and dining hotspots like The Domain to more suburban communities, North Austin offers something for everyone. Here’s an overview of some of the top neighborhoods in North Austin.

The Domain is one of Austin’s premier shopping and entertainment destinations located along Mopac. This mixed-use development opened in 2007 and has since expanded to over 1.3 million square feet of retail, restaurant, office and residential space. The Domain features high-end stores like Neiman Marcus along with mainstream shops like Dick’s Sporting Goods. Popular restaurants include Doc B’s and Culinary Dropout. Major employers like National Instruments and Facebook have office spaces at The Domain. With its outdoor music and collection of public art, The Domain is a lively destination for shopping and dining.

Milwood is a neighborhood located between Mopac and 183, just down the road from The Domain. Milwood is known for its accessibility to major highways and tech employers like Indeed and Apple. Housing consists mostly of single-family homes built in the 1980s and 1990s. Community amenities include the Balcones District and Yett Creek Neighborhood Parks.

Gracywoods is a maturely developed neighborhood near the Domain and located conveniently close to Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park, offering over 300 acres of outdoor space and trails.  The park provides opportunities for camping, biking, hiking, and more. Gracywoods is also down the road from Q2 Stadium, which is home to Austin FC, Austin’s first professional soccer team.

Wells Branch is a community west of I-35 with a more suburban vibe. In between I-35 and MoPac and not far off from many other highways, Wells Branch gives you convenient  access to everything North Austin has to offer. Housing options range from starter homes to custom homes.

Tech Ridge, bordered by Parmer Lane and I-35, is a major business district and home to tech companies like Apple, Visa, Samsung and Dell. Retail options include the Tech Ridge Shopping Center. Residents live in varying housing from apartments to single-family homes. With job opportunities and highway access.

Anderson Mill is a developing hub along Highway 183. Given its proximity to major employers like Apple and Dell, as well as outdoor recreation at Lake Travis, Anderson Mill is popular with tech workers. It provides suburban amenities while maintaining a small community feel. The neighborhood is defined by its location along Highway 183 between Lakeline Mall and research/tech hub of 183 North.

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