2.8 acres Townhome/Garden Home/Condo Project Site in the heart of East Austin.

4720 Loyola Lane Austin, TX 78723

4720 Loyola Lane, Austin, TX, 78723
4720 Loyola Lane, Austin, TX, 78723 4720 Loyola Lane, Austin, TX, 78723
Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Last Verified:
Mar 10, 2023

This tract is an ideal Townhome/Garden Home/Condo Project Site centrally located in East Austin just 1/2 mile from Highway 183. This site is located in University Hills Neighborhood with all utilities available from the City of Austin. This listing is in a HUD designated 2023 Qualified Census Tract (QCT) allowing for Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. No portion of the Property lies within the 100-year FEMA floodplain. Approx. 0.68 acres is zoned GR-MU-CO-NP (Community Commercial, Mixed-Use, Conditional Overlay, Neighborhood Plan) and approx. 2.18 acres is zoned SF-6,NP (Townhome/Condominium Residential, Neighborhood Plan)

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