Did you recently get a new opportunity to work in Austin’s tech scene? This is going to be a wonderful location choice for your family as Austin becomes one of the country’s leaders in the tech space. In order to be close to your new office, you’re going to want to move to the area by Parmer Lane since it’s become known as the hub for tech companies here in Austin.
With the new Apple campus coming to Parmer and McNeil, it’s only inevitable that more tech companies are going to come to this are. If you are planning your move to Austin and need the perfect location to buy a home, check out these top neighborhoods below that will put you near the Parmer Lane Tech Corridor.
If you’re going to become an Austin local, you’ll want to know the inside scoop that current locals have had years to learn about. A newbie or a tourist wouldn’t know about things like the major lake life scene at Lake Travis or the best place to get a vegan meal.
People look at Austin and think they have us all figured out, from our Texan country roots to our interest in politics as the capital of the state. What they don’t see is our fit lifestyles, our amazing green spaces, our love for the water, and our love of food. Take a closer look at the things only locals to Austin know so that you can feel a part of the scene as soon as you arrive.
We love good food
One of the things that might surprise people that have never been to Austin is that we love to eat. Obviously,...
The Balcones Village in Austin, Texas is an excellent neighborhood possibility for newcomers to the area. This neighborhood actually surrounds a beautiful country club called the Balcones Country Club, making it suitable for golfing families. You are likely to have a home backing up to the golf course.
The neighborhood is great for those looking for a mature, established subdivision that is different from a newer, cook-cutter type of option. Take a closer look at the Balcones Village neighborhood, what types of homes you may find here, and whether or not this is a good option for families with children.
About the neighborhood
The Balcones Village Neighborhood was first built in the...
In part 3 of our series, we’ll be taking a look at which schools made the cut for the best high schools in Austin for 2019. If you are moving to Austin or plan to enroll your children in high school sometime soon, this will help you to see which school ranked the highest and which ones weren’t far behind.
Austin is already known for having great schools, and this will show you options in all of the main school districts so that you can figure out which area you want to live or which schools to look for in your district. Take a look at the best high schools for 2019.
Start with Eanes ISD, you’ll have one school...
Our series continues as we now look at the top middle schools for Austin this year. The first installment looked at the best elementary schools in Austin. If you have children that will need to be enrolled in middle school soon, there are a few schools that have outperformed the rest in each district.
We’ll take a look at all of the better schools for the districts of Austin, Eanes, Round Rock, Leander, and Lake Travis, and then let you know who is scoring the highest for 2019. This may help you determine what area of town you may want to make your relocation to Austin or give you an idea of where to get the kids enrolled if you are new to the area.
Round Rock ISD
For families that are new to the Austin area, you may be eagerly preparing to enroll your little ones into school for the first time since moving here. This means that you will likely be looking into the different options and which schools excel above the rest.
The good news is that you can follow this series of the best schools in Austin for 2019 before your move to Austin or before you enroll, in order to make sure that you are choosing schools and the school district that suits your family. Take a look first at the best elementary schools for 2019 in Austin.
First, we’ll take a look at the schools...