Touted as one of Austin’s fastest-growing areas, young couples and families flock to North Austin. Hyde Park, known for its Queen Anne homes and relaxed, offbeat charm, is a hot-ticket item-- and also on the National Register of Historic Places. Coffee shops, quaint cafes, and thrift stores are frequented by writers, artists, and post-grad students wishing to linger longer. Just across Highway I-35, Mueller’s exploding neighborhood and surrounding streets are comprised of upper middle class families and affordable housing initiatives. A high-flying 1960s airport turned experimental community, Mueller’s new urbanism design concentrates on pedestrian-oriented spaces, walkability, and mixed-use property development with conservation and diversity in mind.