Moving to Austin Resource for Relocation

Neighborhoods/Communities

  • River Place

    River Place River Place is one of the newer communities in Northwest Austin. First developed in the early 1990s, River Place has about 1,100 homes...

  • Westlake Hills

    Westlake Known for its prestigious Eanes School District, Westlake offers many of its residents million-dollar views of hills and canyons. Homeowners range from science and...

  • Tarrytown

    Beautiful, affluent, upscale, and impeccably clean, Tarrytown has everything, from 1920s cottages to new mansions. But its mostly large, older homes reinforce the sense that...

  • East

    In a word, East Austin is hip. Ranking number seven on Forbes’ inaugural list of America’s Hippest Hipster Neighborhoods, East Austin fared well in walkability,...

  • University Hills

    University Hills Just north of Mueller is the genteel neighborhood of University Hills. The homes here were built in the 1960s and ’70s and many...

  • Mueller

    Mueller This mixed-use urban village, built on the 700-acre site that was vacated when Austin’s airport relocated in 1999, is well on its way to...

  • Cherrywood

    Cherrywood Close to downtown and just a hop across the interstate from Hancock Center, Cherrywood has a definite sense of community, and its convenient location...

  • Central Austin

    The neighborhoods that surround Austin’s core share this in common: location, location, location. With easy access to downtown, and just about anything else in Austin,...

  • Clarksville

    Clarksville Nestled in the middle of what is known as Old West Austin, Clarksville, a National Register Historic District, dates back to the 1870s. This...

  • Brykerwoods

    Brykerwoods First settled in 1886, Brykerwoods is another established and sought-after neighborhood in Central Austin. Medical and University of Texas professionals are attracted to this...