Brown Building

The Brown Building is located at 710 Colorado Street, Austin, Texas, United States, The Brown Building was originally constructed in 1938 by the legendary businessman Herman Brown, the Brown Building housed many of Texas’s most prominent citizens. There, in elaborate Deco-style offices, deals were struck, politics were formulated, and fortunes were made. It was the focal point of one of the most dynamic and interesting eras in Texas history.  The Brown Building was designed by the leading Austin architect of the day, Charles Henry Page. Today, the 90 lofts within the Brown Building are located in the heart of Austin’s Art District, 2 blocks off Congress and only 4 blocks from the Warehouse District.  The Brown Building is declared Historical. Each condo home owner in the building receives a substantial discount on their real estate taxes in addition to their homestead exemption. This is a very attractive bonus to the building. The Brown Building is the only condo project downtown that offers this exemption.  The Brown building’s high ceilings and large spaces provide a canvas for personal expression. Lofts vary in size (1-2 bedrooms) and floorplan to provide interesting, efficient space for a variety of different tastes and needs. The building totals 10 stories. Each unit is truly open loft style with 10 1/2 foot ceilings.  Brown Building Lofts of Austin is true downtown living! The Brown Building features open warehouse-style lofts Austin lofts, with high ceilings, terazzo floors and large windows. This building also has a roof-top deck for all residents to use, as well as a fitness center and secure parking.

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