Bristol Square

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Rent$934
Bedroom(s)1
Bathroom(s)1
Geographic Area Parker Lane, 78741
Located in East Riverside, just south of Oltorf and just east of I-35, Bristol Square is in the perfect spot for anyone wanting quick access to all the fun Downtown, for a fraction of the price and a fraction of the traffic.Bristol Square was recently taken over by new management, and is getting a much-needed makeover. The 1 and 2 bedroom apartments here have all been recently renovated, and they re looking great! Although the apartments are pretty small compared to other communities in the area, residents love the gray-toned wood style flooring (no gross carpet here!), and the fancy new kitchens. With black resurfaced countertops, contemporary gray cabinets, gooseneck faucets, and black and faux-stainless steel appliances, they re looking sharp. Plus, Bristol Square s apartments feature built-in bar areas in the living rooms where you can shake up tasty cocktails, private balconies where you can enjoy said cocktails in
 

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Apartments in Parker Lane

Parker Lane, which is a neighborhood in East Austin, Texas, is filled with young professionals and families. Located in a triangle created by Interstate 35, Ben White Boulevard and East Oltorf Road, this area is a quiet retreat from downtown Austin.

Residents and visitors enjoy the convenience of adjacent highways and Parker Lane's public transit options, which can take them to and from work. Parker Lane is primarily a residential neighborhood, but it boasts Mabel Davis Park, a beautifully renovated recreational area, within its bounds.

In the late 1940s and early 1950s, the land that would eventually become this popular park was used by the city of Austin as a landfill. in the 1970s it was closed, cleaned up and opened to the residents of the area.. The park that is enjoyed by visitors and residents today is the result of a $7.3 million dollar investment from the city of Austin that was made in the early 2000s. Now, 50 acres are available to guests and residents to play on basketball courts, swim in an Olympic-sized swimming pool, and relax in a covered picnic area and playground. Mabel Davis Park is also home to Austin's first free public skate park, which attracts amateur and seasoned skateboarders alike. There is plenty of space for spectators to sit and watch the activities or enjoy big Texas skies.