What Its Known For
While most of Austin is characterized by a cool and eclectic historic charm, Mueller brings a new living experience to the mix. When Austin’s former airport was closed in the late 90s, that land was used to build a modern, master-planned community that keeps efficiency and sustainability at the forefront.
While Texas is infamous for its car-reliant cities, the Mueller neighborhood is a refuge for those who prefer a more walkable, amenity-forward, and eco-friendly community. Everything you could want or need is within close range — green spaces, schools, retail (and on the green note, a LEED® gold-certified HEB!) On Sundays, we recommend heading to Mary Elizabeth Branch Park for the best farmers’ market in town — don’t just take our word for it, it’s been voted best of Austin 9 years in a row. Steps away, you can take your fresh finds to Mueller Lake Park for a picnic or catch a movie at Alamo Drafthouse. When you’re ready to venture outside your neighborhood, you’re just minutes from the latest restaurant openings on the eastside, miles from downtown destinations, and about a 20-minute drive to shopping at the Domain.
Apartments in Mueller
Housing options in Mueller are modern and dense. Instead of huge lots with massive yards to water and maintain, you’ll find efficient townhomes and luxe mixed-use apartment complexes. If having retail, restaurants, and your favorite coffee shop just an elevator ride away is your thing, Mueller should top your neighborhood wishlist. When you’re ready to kick off your Austin apartment hunt, our local agents are here to help you find the perfect place — for free!