Mueller’s next residential community is just around the corner. Following the bend of the Northwest Greenway, Greenway Lofts, LLC is breaking ground on a 36-unit residential development adjacent to the Seton Family of Hospitals’ administrative offices and Mueller’s future town center. The first residents are anticipated to move in by fall/winter 2010.
Priced between the $150,000s and low-$300,000s, the four-story Greenway Lofts will feature one- and two-bedroom homes ranging from approximately 600 to 1,200 square feet. Each home will include 9 ½-foot ceilings with energy-efficient, expansive windows and balconies or patios facing the Northwest Greenway. Homes on the upper floors will offer stunning views of downtown Austin, the State Capitol and the UT Tower while first-floor residents will have direct access to Mueller’s hike & bike trail. Inside, each residence will feature open floor plans and desirable standard finishes such as stained concrete or wood flooring, ENERGY STAR stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and glass tile backsplashes in the kitchen and bathrooms, as well as walk-in showers and closets. Homes will also include reserved parking in the attached garage. Built by general contractor Lott Brothers Construction, Greenway Lofts is anticipated to meet or exceed a three-star energy efficiency rating in Austin Energy’s award-winning Green Building program. For additional details, visit www.greenwaylofts.com or the sales center located next to the Browning Hangar and the Mueller Central information center near Airport and Mueller Boulevards. “The vision of Mueller as a mixed-use community with a broad range of residential offerings continues to take shape as the Greenway Lofts begin construction,” said Greg Weaver, president for Catellus. “Combined with Mueller’s first rental community and the handful of single-family homes available in Mueller’s first phase, Mueller continues to provide unique, yet compatible residential offerings to those seeking a New Urban, sustainable lifestyle in the heart of Austin.”