The Austonian Unveils Unrivaled Customization Opportunities on Exclusive Summit and Penthouse Levels

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Few remaining units in the building showcase the most expansive square footages, the best views and the only opportunity to fully customize an urban high-rise home in Austin

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Living room views looking out over the Texas State Capitol and Frost Tower in downtown Austin

With views at 500 feet and above, these homes offer some the best views of downtown Austin and the surrounding Hill Country, from their fully customizable dream homes

The Austonian, the tallest all residential building in Texas, is proud to announce the unveiling of the latest and most extensive iteration of customization available at an urban project in downtown Austin – exclusively available on The Austonian’s Summit and Penthouse Levels (Floors 41-54). Continuing to set the benchmark for excellence in the Austin urban luxury real estate market, The Austonian is the first and only established downtown tower to provide its residents with the rare opportunity of starting with a blank canvas. With only thirteen Summit level units available, plus two one-story penthouses and one two-story penthouse, these designer-ready units are the only ones in the city to offer homeowners the freedom to customize and design their urban home to their personal specifications and tastes.

“The Austonian is the pinnacle of the ultra-luxury market in Austin,” Eric Moreland of Moreland Properties said. “With the unprecedented customization available on the Summit and Penthouse levels of the building, The Austonian continues to tower above Austin, both in height and grandeur.”

With views at 500 feet and above, the Summit and Penthouse levels allow residents to enjoy some the best views of downtown Austin and the surrounding Hill Country, looking out upon the Frost Tower, the Texas State Capitol and Lady Bird Lake from their fully customizable trophy dream homes above the skyline. The Summit and Penthouse levels (Floors 41-54) are comprised of 13 Summit Residences, two one-story penthouses, and the crown jewel of Austin – a two story penthouse on Floors 53 and 54. Units range from 2,426 square feet up to 16,376 square feet, and each unit is designer-ready with the ability for residents to choose not only finishes, but custom floor plans and layouts as well. With the Summit level containing a maximum of two or three units per floor, and one unit per Penthouse level, residents have access to the most expansive square footages, sweeping panoramic views from the Capitol Building to Lady Bird Lake, and the only truly customizable residences in downtown Austin. This superior collection of condominiums represents the capstone in downtown Austin’s luxury market.

The Austonian is a proven example of urban luxury in Austin; and established itself as the apex of Austin real estate in 2010, when the building debuted as the first all-residential luxury high-rise in downtown Austin. Even after five years of residential development in the surrounding city, The Austonian continues to top the charts in amenities – with full service concierge, the most amenity square footage per residence, and the highest levels of customization for fit and finishes in Austin.

Residences in The Austonian are available to purchase with prices beginning at $2.1 million, up to $30 million.

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About The Austonian
The Austonian luxury condominiums are located in downtown Austin at 2nd Street and Congress Avenue. The 56-floor, 171-unit vertical neighborhood is the tallest building in Austin and includes custom-designed homes with sweeping views of the city, Lady Bird Lake, the Frost Bank Tower and the Texas State Capitol. More than 40,000 square feet of amenities include a 75-foot lap pool, private dog park, guest suites, and 24-hour concierge and valet service. The Austonian received a four-star rating through the Austin Energy Green Building Rating System, which is comparable to the LEED Gold Rating from the U.S. Green Building Council.

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