Community and Connectivity within The Austonian

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Urban living at The Austonian is about being connected — to the energy and the vibrancy of the city, the events and activities of the urban core, and to one’s neighbors. Because The Austonian was designed to encourage social interactions and activities among residents, there is a sense of community and connectivity that permeates the building and its culture. Whether it’s evening drinks in the Lone Star Bar, lounging by the pool on a sunny Saturday afternoon or a building-wide, community event, the things that residents can do at The Austonian foster an intimate and robust social network that is just an elevator button click away.

Unlike sprawling, suburban neighborhoods, The Austonian is designed for density. While homes within the building are spacious and comfortable, they are built closer together –meaning that residents have more opportunities to run into and engage with each other on a regular basis. Community gathering spaces within the building and other luxury amenities — such as the 10th Floor Pool and Lawn, the dog park, the Theater and The Austonian Club — also provide homeowners with comfortable and convenient places to spend time and engage with their neighbors. These spaces are used by residents on a daily basis, for everything from a cup of coffee and good conversation in the early morning, to an afternoon of four-legged socializing at the dog park, to community-wide Kentucky Derby parties, complete with mint juleps and ornate hats, or even Super Bowl watching parties.

Whether it’s HOA-organized or a resident event, there is a plethora of social opportunities available within The Austonian. There are endless instances for interested residents to get together with each other including lunches with guest speakers, fitness classes, poker nights, weekly bridge groups, book clubs and more. The Austonian HOA is an active and involved presence in the building, encouraging residents to spend time together and engage with each other as a community because this sense of connectivity and engagement makes residents happier and more invested in where they live.