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About Pedernales Condos
The Pedernales Condos were built in 2004 by Constructive Ventures. At 2401 E 6th St. in East Austin, it’s a straight shot down 6th to Downtown Austin’s Entertainment District. Since the success of the Pedernales Condos, Constructive Ventures and other developers have built more lofts in this area. Because of the increasing population of the area, there are now many more services for residents.
Pedernales Condos – The Units
The Pedernales Condos definitely have an urban loft feel to them. Many people even refer to them as the Pedernales Lofts. They have 11’ ceilings, exposed steel beams and some exposed piping. The floors are concrete – some polished natural and some stained. The larger floor plans (both between 1000 and 1200 SF) have two bathrooms, a defined bedroom and a middle section that many use as a study but could be a second bedroom. All the other floor plans are smaller, one bedroom and efficiency floor plans.
Pedernales Condos – The Complex
The Pedernales was built on a large lot. Units were built in a C shape with a building in the middle and parking ground floor. To the west of the complex there’s a huge yard and gazebo where people can enjoy games, hanging with their dogs, etc. Bottom floor units on the north side of the building are commercial. On the south side, they’re live-work spaces.
Location of Pedernales Condos
If a resident heads to Downtown from the Pedernales, they just might be delayed by all that’s going on on E 6th St before they cross I35. Great restaurants, bars and trailer eateries abound! There’s also an HEB grocery store a few blocks away on 7th St. and the Saltillo commuter rail station on 5th and Comal. E 7th Street is undergoing a cleanup and revitalization effort in 2010 and about a dozen blocks south is access to Fiesta Gardens and Lady Bird Lake.