It’s been over three years since we wrote about the Arboretum neighborhood of Austin and a lot has changed. Let’s take a look at what makes this area located in Northwest Austin at the intersection of U.S. 183 and Capital of Texas Highway/Loop 360 one of the best neighborhoods in Austin.
Children who live in the Arboretum go to either Round Rock or Austin ISD schools. Those zoned to AISD go to Hill Elementary for Pre-K through fifth grade, Murchison Middle School for sixth through eighth grade, and Anderson High School for ninth through twelfth grade.
Students who go to Round Rock ISD schools go to Laurel Mountain Elementary for Kindergarten through fifth grade, Canyon Vista Middle School for sixth through eighth grade, and Westwood High School for ninth through twelfth grade.
There are many employers in and near the Arboretum area, especially in the tech industry. Game Salad, Inc, which is located near the Arboretum, makes educational software that allows students to learn Computer Science by quickly and easily creating their own high-quality video games.
LD Discovery is located less than half a mile from the Arboretum and is a leader in eDiscovery management solutions, providing legal and technology consulting services to AmLaw 200 Law Firms, Fortune 500 corporations, and government agencies.
Shopping and Dining are on your doorstep when you live in the Arboretum. The Arboretum shopping mall has scores of stores and restaurants such as Restoration Hardware, a furnishings company that specializes in high-end fixtures and furniture that will fit in home from a variety of eras.
The Gap sells classic clothing for men, women, and children. They specialize in making sure you can find the perfect pair of jeans.
For dining, the Z’Tejas Southwestern Grill is a local Austin institution specializing in fresh ingredients and delicious, authentic Mexican food.
Another restaurant that is popular with Arboretum residents is Eddie V’s. Specializing in high quality seafood that is prepared perfectly, this is a great place to take someone you want to impress.
There are many apartments in and near the Arboretum. Arboretum Oaks features one and two bedroom apartments ranging from 600 to 1000 square feet. Apartments have private patios and balconies, built-in bookshelves, high ceilings, washer/dryer connections, wood burning fireplaces, and wood floors. The community has a pool, fitness center, covered parking available, and is near public transit.
Ascent Arboretum’s one and two bedroom apartments feature hardwood floors, washers and dryers, spacious walk-in closets, and fireplaces. The community has a jogging trail, an outdoor kitchen, a social lounge with tea and coffee, a resort style pool with lap lane, and a large fitness center.
The apartments in Cimarron Crossing have spacious, open-concept floorplans, oversized kitchens with pantries, walk-in closets, included washers and dryers, and private patios or balconies. The community has a 24 hour fitness center, a resort-style pool, a hot tub, award winning schools and is pet friendly.
Estate on Quarry Lake has apartments ranging from 621 square foot one bedroom, one bathrooms to 1,177 two bedroom, two bathrooms. The community has lake views, a lakeside running and walking trail, a 24-hour fitness studio, and two swimming pools. Apartments feature full size washer and dryers, vaulted ceilings, private balconies or patios, crown molding and large walk-in closets.
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