So much to do; so little time! Do 512 gives you a full list of free and paid events across Austin.   Searchable and filterable by date and type, Do 512 makes it easy to have an unforgettable night out!
Need to save some cash?  Free FUN Austin focuses exclusively on free events across the city.  Lots of family friendly events if you’ve got kiddos in tow, but plenty for those just heading out with friends too!
Not much happens in Austin without Culture Map covering it.  Events, celebrities, news, local eats, you name it, it’s on Culture Map‘s radar.  If you want to  be in ATX-know, make this a regular stop.
Thrillist covers travel, food & drink, events, entertainment and tech.  A well-rounded stop to learn about the best of Austin!
Lickin’ your lips yet?  You’ve heard of Franklin’s and Uchi, but with Austin Eater you can truly delve into Austin’s hottest restaraunts, old and new, well-known or a hidden gem, get the deets here!
The Austin Chronicle takes ‘Keep Austin Weird’ to heart. Austin’s resident hipster mag, covers everything from city politics to the music scence.  Guess who was their 2016 Apartment Locator of the year?
Best of Austin | Apartment Locator

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It would take us a very long time to cover all of Autin’s Accolades in recent years.  We don’t mean to toot our own horn, but Austin’s been on a quite a few Top 10 lists over the last decades, which accounts for how fast we are growing!  Did you know 30,000 new residents move to Austin every year on average?!

The  2016 20 Best Places People are Moving to in the U.S. from U.S. News and World Reports

#1 – 2016 Top place for new entrepreneurs and startups from the Kauffman Index of Startup Activity.

#5 – “America’s Most Future Ready Cities” released by Harvard

#1 – “Best Cities for Young Entreprenuers” released by NerdWallet

#2 – “Top 10 Cities Techies Should Consider Moving to In 2016” released by the Huffington Post

#3 – “The 25 Best Places People Are Moving to in the U.S. in 2017” released by US News and World Report

#3 Best Place To Find a Job – “2017’s Best & Worst Cities for Jobs” released by WalletHub

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True locals, born and bread in Austin, are Unicorns.  But you can still sound like one at the water cooler with a few funs facts!

Austin is home to up 1.5 million Mexican Free-Tail bats in the summer, the largest North American bat colony.  They summer under the Congress Street bridge, so stop by at Sunset to check them out.
Whole Foods was founded in Austin in 1978 by 25-year-old college dropout John Mackey and Rene Lawson Hardy. They borrowed $45,000 to open the first store and had to live in it too!
Austin was found when in 1837 settlers founded the village of Waterloo on the banks of the Colorado River. Though still a remote and small village, in 1839 Austin was officially named the captial of the Repulic of Texas for it’s central location, beauty and abundant resources. 7,735 acres were purchased by the Texas Congress to construct the capital and begin expanding the city.
Besides the more commonly known University of Texas, Austin is home to St. Edwards University, Concordia University and Huston-Tillotson University. In addition, Austin offers accessible higher education through Austin Community College, which was opened in 1973 and has more than 40,000 students in campuses across Austin.
Austin still operates a series of public lighting structures called “moonlight towers’ that were built in the 1800s. They are the only known still operational in the world. At 165 feet tall, they can illuminate a 1500 foot radius. You can find the surviving towners sprinkled across Austin’s older neighborhoods.
Austin wasn’t always the captial. Texas had 5+ temporary capitals before President Mirabu Lamar and the Texas Congress named Austin. Then his successor, President Sam Houston,


Want to be in the middle of the all the action? Or maybe your looking for something quieter and more serene? Hill country views, walk-ability, infrastructure, commute, schools … so many things to consider when your picking a neighborhood. Here are some of Austin’s most well known!

Arboretum Apartments
Hill country views while only 10 minutes from downtown.  Great outdoor shopping in the Arboretum and the Domain and plenty of infrastructure make this a highly requested area.
Cedar Park Apartments
A little further out, but you get the most for your money.  This area offers many spacious, new apartment options, lots of infrastructure and great schools only about 30 minutes from downtown Austin.
Domain Apartments
A true luxury outdoor shopping and entertainment district, the Domain is near the Arboretum and also about 10 minutes from downtown.  Living in the Domain is slightly more expensive, but affords walking to TONS of high end dining, shopping and entertainment options.
Downtown Austin Apartments
Can you live in the middle of a city’s hottest entertainment and business districts and still be minutes from some of the city’s best parks, a lake and a famous 10-mile running trail?  In Austin you can!  Austin’s downtown area hugs Lady Bird Lake and the Trail with bars, shopping, entertainment, parks, festivals, events, you name it!  Demand is high though, so so are the rents.
East Austin Apartments
Long known for it’s ecclectic residents and unique art scene, East Austin offers proximity to Downtown uwith walkable lifestyle for less than Downtown proper.  New restaurants pop up weekly here and historic neighborhoods rub shoulders with modern mid-rises.
North Central Austin Apartments
Want a quiter life, but still want to be close to everything.  North Central Austin is quickly becoming the place to be.  A recent boom in new restaraunt and entertainment offerings, combined with less hussle and bustle than downtown and neighborhoods from the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s, give this area a lot of charm.
Round Rock Apartments
The city just 30 minutes north of downtown Austin is known for Dell HQ, great schools and more spacious options for your money than Austin proper.
South Central Austin
Want to be close to downtown, but cringe at the rents?  You aren’t alone!  That’s why South Central has grown so much in recent years.  Head down South Lamar from downtown and you’ll find dozens of new apartments, not to mention bars and restaurants.  A $7 ride share, or 10 minutes on your bike will get you DT, but you’ll save up to $1000/mo on rent!
Southwest Austin Apartments
If a traditional neighborhood is more your style, Southwest Austin offers rolling hills, plenty of infrastructure, quick access to Lake Travis and only a 20 minute commute into the city.

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