Located between the N. Mopac Expressway and highway 183, the neighborhood of Gateway Austin provides convenience to the city as well as proximity to the JJ Pickle Research Campus of the University of Texas at Austin. Apartments in Gateway Austin feature abundant amenities and are close to public transportation as well as the major highways for driving. Landscaping and gated access are among the many features you will find in Gateway communities.
One bedroom apartments in Gateway Austin begin at $995 and has rent up to between $1200 and $1400. The rent for a two bedroom starts at $1185 and goes up to $1600 to $1700 for a two bedroom, two bath apartment.
Head over to the Brio Grill on Arboretum Boulevard or to North by Northwest on the North Capital of Texas Highway for brews and traditional American fare; try the potato Mashers, one of their acclaimed dishes. The Roaring Fork on Stonelake Boulevard is the place to go for lunch, brunch and burgers. If you enjoy Brazilian and Latin fare, take family and friends to Estancia Churrascaria on Research Boulevard. There's pizza in the neighborhood as well as Mexican at Manuel's, where they serve brunch as well. Asian food, including sushi, Vietnamese and Korean are nearby, less than three miles from home.
For shopping, the Gateway Shopping Center is located nearby; find Whole Foods there as well as Nordstrom Rack and more. You'll also be able to shop for electronics and home goods here. Take your family or friends to the movies at this shopping center, for a lively evening out.
You won't be far from the Emma Long Metropolitan Park, located on the Colorado River at Lake Austin. Fishing and boating are sports you'll find here. You'll also be within a short distance to Lake Travis with all its recreational fun.
It is easy to find a pet friendly apartment in this area. Bring Rover and Kitty; they both will be welcome. Take Rover on walks at Great Hills Park, not far from your new apartment.
With the MoPac Expressway and Highway 183 nearby, commuting into downtown Austin is easy; downtown Austin is approximately 26 minutes by car. If you are commuting to the University of Texas at Austin, your drive will be approximately 20 minutes from home.
Nearby public schools for this neighborhood include the highly rated Hill Elementary School as well as Pillow Elementary School. Anderson High School is also well rated. Other schools include Highland Park Baptist school, Menachem Hebrew Academy and St. Matthew's Episcopal School. For higher education, Austin is home to the University of Texas and is conveniently accessed by car.