The North Campus and Hyde Park neighborhoods are located centrally in the city, just North of the University of Texas at Austin. These two distinct neighborhoods, stretching from 29th through 38th streets, and 38th through 51st streets respectively, are two of the oldest and most historic neighborhoods in Central Texas. Hyde Park, tracing its origins back to 1891, is considered by historians to be Austin’s very first suburb, and is included in the National Register of Historic Places.
Most of North Campus and Hyde Park is made up of residential housing, with single-family homes comprising 95% of the buildings in the area. Like West Campus, much of the population is students, faculty, or staff at the University. Because of this, North Campus and Hyde Park are home to some of the best dining, shopping, and local (weird) Austin businesses. To get the full, weird, Austin experience—while still staying close to the University—check out North Campus and Hyde Park.
1-bedrooms in the area start at $1,000/month and 2-bedrooms start at about $1300-1400/month. Prices are subject to change, so give us a call at (512) 900-7963 to check pricing.
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North Campus and Hyde Park are home to some of the most exciting venues for nightlife and dining in the city. Whether you are into theatre, shopping, fine dining, video games, golf, or whatever—North Campus and Hyde Park will have something for you.
Head on over to Spider House Cafe on Fruth Street for Fire spinning, Chai Tea, and/or slam poetry. This spot is perfect any time of the day, whether it is for coffee, food, or late night drinks with friends. Spider House is, without a doubt, one of the most Austin-y places in the city.
Hyde Park and North Campus offer a range of entertainment to satisfy their eclectic clientele of students, young professionals, and working adults in the area.
For affordable rounds of Golf in the Central Austin area, head on over to Hancock Golf Course on 38th and Red River. For competitive Street Fighter and pizza, head on over to Arcade UFO. And don’t forget to try the poutine at Hopfields! (Make sure to wash it down with one of the rare microbrews they have on draft.)
For the artists out there, don’t forget to stop by famous artist/sculptor Elizabeth Ney’s famous Formosa studio, located on 44th street. This is where Ney sculpted legendary Texans like Texas Presidents Stephen F. Austin and Sam Houston.
If you ever find yourself up North in the Triangle, located at the intersection of Guadalupe and Lamar between 45th and 51st streets, head on over to the Flying Saucer Draft Emporium. If you dare to join the UFO club—and subsequently, drink 200 different beers—you will be immortalized in the Ring of Honor.