Edging the Colorado River and Lady Bird Lake, here you’ll find Austin’s active crowd with Birds zipping by (and not the flying kind.) Downtown and Market District have witnessed an ever-changing skyline with unprecedented growth over the last 5 years. Modern convenience meets the creature comforts of urban living with a seamless blend of commercial and residential. Second Street offers luxury high rises coupled with entertainment venues, fast-casual eateries, and specialty shops. West Sixth Street is ripe for retail with the likes of Lululemon, West Elm, and Austin’s flagship Whole Foods as well as a buzzy bar corridor. Seaholm Power District, a breezy open-air plaza with industrial-chic flair, brings new business and a fresh ‘50s aesthetic. Perhaps Austin’s most iconic street is Congress Avenue, outfitted with historic buildings, the city’s most lucrative startups and tech incubators, and a million-dollar view of the Capitol.