refined residences,
expansive amenities

A study in urban sophistication, 44 East Ave has been designed to make the most of the unique location and to fully capture the spectacular views of Lady Bird Lake and downtown Austin — a bridge between the natural environment and the city.

Inside the building’s one to four bedroom residences, homeowners will find refined, subtle, and timeless architecture created by Page Southerland Page, Inc. Every detail of each floor plan has been carefully considered, and the result is furnishable, livable plans designed to take advantage of the expansive view from each home.

A multitude of gathering spaces comprise over 13,000 square feet of beautiful common areas and amenity spaces, all designed by award-winning architect Michael Hsu Office of Architecture. Outside, “green” exterior walls and massive heritage trees blend seamlessly with the lake, park, and Austin’s downtown.

a combination
of richness &
elegance

A glass atrium marks your arrival to 44 East Ave, where a lobby communicates with daylight and nature and becomes a place to pause in the middle of your day. This design is just one part of the creativity injected into every element of the building to amplify the neighboring park, water, and urban settings.

downtown
lakefront
living

Rising above Lady Bird Lake and Waller Beach Park, and only steps to the vibrant Rainey Street District, experience the artistic, cultural, natural, and culinary offerings of Downtown and East Austin close to home.

“Given its incredible location, we are creating a natural and unexpected expression of what beautiful, livable, modern spaces can be.”

– MICHAEL HSU

alive with
natural beauty

Unexpected outdoor havens are perched on the 11th and 37th floors, extending your living space into nature. Dive into the picturesque cenote pool, enjoy a BBQ dinner with friends, and fall in love with the colors of that beautiful Texan sky.

unexpected
outdoor havens

“At the threshold of Downtown, the design combines the richness of an urban experience with the elegance of the city’s beloved trail and water’s edge.”

– MICHAEL HSU