Housing

Where to live in Austin?

Microsoft RlGH68
Feb 3

Thinking of moving to Austin. What neighborhoods should I be looking at? No kids, so schools not an issue.

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  • Indeed / Eng
    dayway

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    daywaymore
    Where will you be working? What's your lifestyle?
    Feb 40
  • General Motors / Eng
    bruh2000

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    Boeing, Lockheed Martin, General Motors
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    Full stack developer with 6+ years of experience. I enjoy problem-solving, learning, and knowledge sharing.
    bruh2000more
    Get apartment at the domain. We call it the second downtown. Hip vibe and less expensive than downtown. There are bars.
    Feb 32
    • Oracle ZptJ5
      Any apartments you recommend/don’t recommend near/at the domain?
      Feb 4
    • General Motors / Eng
      Kambucha

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      Boeing, Lockheed Martin, General Motors
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      Full stack developer with 6+ years of experience. I enjoy problem-solving, learning, and knowledge sharing.
      Kambuchamore
      Sorry I don’t live in the domain. Others that do might have recommendations.
      Feb 4
  • Microsoft askj123
    Wonder how many tech companies are in Austin?
    Feb 30
  • AMD / EngLEtV72
    Depends on where you work. Don't work in North and take apt in south and vice versa. The commute can be horrible. Given you have options, stay closer to your work and you will thank me later.
    Feb 30
  • Brooksource rhoward
    78704 zip code aka South Austin is most original.
    Feb 30
  • New gaffer
    In terms of rent, apartment rents are pretty reasonable in most places in Austin. Austin is small and growing rapidly. I would suggest your factor in peak traffic at your commute hours.

    South is deemed cooler than the north side, more night life stuff.
    Feb 30
  • Capital One sonnaroo
    Mueller is a pretty nice area
    Feb 30

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