East Austin has a history rich in culture, like blues and Jazz for instance. Its historic sites immortalize the city’s early African American communities, which were drawn to the smaller parts of the city. According to many local communities, East Austin has gone through many changes over the decades, but the region still symbolizes an important and meaningful aspect of Austin’s history.

East Austin’s historic district is also filled with key historical sites such as the George Washington Carver Library, the Texas State Cemetery and the Tejano Walking Trail. 

The area blooms with art, delicious restaurants and family friendly events. It is close to Downtown, and usually attracts students but is currently attracting families and young professionals.

For those who enjoy the nightlife, we have good news for you. East Austin has some of the best entertainment, because it has a little bit of everything for everybody. Residents turn to East 6th street for live music and true Austin vibes. Head over the the Historic Scoot Inn for some bluegrass and rock, White Horse for live country or Hotel Vegas for the DJ Beats. 

This part of the city is witnessing tremendous growth and development, making it an attraction for those looking to buy property or a house. Austin custom home builders  are expanding the real estate market, as prospective buyers can choose from a wide variety of properties.