New condo project takes root in funky old property in Bouldin Creek
A condo project with prices ranging from $ 400,000 to over a million dollars arrives in the Bouldin Creek neighborhood of South Austin.
Vancouver, Canada-based real estate developer Intracorp is building the An oak project on South First and Live Oak streets.
The 2.7-acre site at 2209 S. First St. – which was once home to Austin-centric businesses like the End of an Ear record store and clothier New Brohemia as part of the so-called retail hub of Slackerville – will soon be home to a four story building with 106 one, two and three bedroom condos. Eight storefronts will be on the first floor, 88 condos on the second and third floors, and 10 penthouses on the fourth floor.
A central courtyard overlooking Bouldin Creek will offer a negative-edged pool, private poolside cabanas, outdoor barbecues, and dining areas. Indoor facilities include a lounge, fitness center, and private coworking offices.
“We are focused on building amazing homes that fit comfortably and meet the best neighborhoods we all want to live in,” says William Sayers, Texas Director of Development at Intracorp. “This diverse collection of homes will be distinguished by timeless architecture, durable construction features, efficient floor plans, and amenities that showcase Austin’s beautiful green spaces.”
The principal architect of One Oak is Pappageorge Haymes Partners, based in Chicago. Urban Foundry Architecture, based in Austin, oversees the interior design and Hitchcock Design Group, based in Naperville, Ill., Is the landscape architect. Austin-based Brandon Miller Group manages sales and marketing.