How cool would it be to live next to the Governor? The governor, people! The Nokonah is home to some very renown residents, and was the home to the late great Governor Ann Richards.
The Nokonah could be described as a spectacular, upscale, mixed-use complex and the crowned winner of the Downtown Austin Alliance IMPACT award in 2003. The 11-story tower (yeah, he’s a short fella) is situated in the new Market District, home of the Whole Foods supermarket world headquarters.
At one point, the Nokonah was the most expensive condominium tower ever built in Austin. San Antonio firm Lake/Flato was involved with the design initially, until the developer insisted on costly build-outs (such as wraparound balconies) —a deal-breaker that caused the firm to bow out respectfully, leaving Austin architects Graeber, Simmons & Cowan to finish the job.
Your life here will offer convenience and urban excitement you’ve never experienced before. What’s even better is that The Nokonah offers city living in a park setting. Not only is the Nokonah steps away from every major urban luxury, its situated on a greenbelt for easy access to outdoor fun (Frisbee anyone?).
A quietly handsome tower, the Nokonah sits on the corner of Ninth and Lamar Streets in downtown Austin.
By its location alone, the Nokonah offers residents a healthier (but not boring), more efficient lifestyle. Want to leave your car parked and circumvent the stress of city traffic? Enjoy swift and cost-efficient travel by transit via Capital Metro and Dillo.
The Nokonah is situated in a charming, yet off-beat community, Austin’s West End district.
Check out the Nokonah today! To schedule a viewing call us at 877-852-6636.