Austin’s Brown Building, Aging Well

April 25, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

This intelligently renovated 1940 Art Deco landmark offers more than just high ceilings, open loft floor plans and carefully restored casement windows. Beyond its dramatic deco façade, occupants enjoy the convenient location, large windows, easy parking, a sun roof, skyline views and the Brown Bar on the street level. Its prime location scores 100% on Walk Score.

History is still being made here in this active community. Like a lovely Cabernet, this place improves with age. The Brown Building possesses many rich qualities some of its younger counter parts lack.

Address: 710 Colorado Street

Units and Stories: 90/10

Year-to-Date Price Change: $209k -$389k

SF Range: 637-1180

HOA Costs: .40c/sf

Units sold: In Resale

Year Built/Completion: 1940/Building later renovated.

About this and other downtown properties, contact Gail Boston, Realtor & Partner.

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About Gail

Gail Boston Knows Austin CLHMS, Million Dollar Guild, ABR, E-Pro Real Estate Internet Professional, Member Institute for Luxury Home Marketing After growing up locally in Tarrytown and later living in Vienna, London and New York, Gail Boston came back to her favorite place in the world: Austin. This Austin native and former publisher of Buying, Selling & Owning YOUR HOME will go the extra mile to facilitate every phase of your real estate needs. Whether it’s your primary residence or an investment property, Gail is your “go to” real estate expert. Through partnering and her global and local network of experts, she will guide you through the process with professionalism, attention to detail and knowledge. Knowledge + focus + energy = results Her knowledge, focus and energy get results. She has earned a reputation as one of Austin’s most dynamic real estate professionals; successfully serving home buyers and sellers as well as investors and business professionals. Gail has expertise in luxury residential and waterfront, Eanes School district homes, creative commercial spaces, land acquisition and conservation, and the downtown condo market. Gail is deeply committed to the Austin community and the philosophy of sustainability. She volunteers with Red Cross, Green Gate Farms, Cherrywood Art Fair, Greater Austin Chapter of Families with Children from China, Woodland Reach and more. She enjoys living in West Lake Hills with her husband, daughter and two dachshunds. Besides family, her interests include native plant gardening, hiking, opera, kayaking, fly fishing, cooking, reading and travel. Contact Gail @ or 512-626-5348