Triangle State

A Convenient and Walkable Suburb
Triangle State is a great neighborhood, home to many students, young couples, and professionals alike, that boasts shopping centers, fine restaurants, parks, and cafes scattered throughout the town. The Triangle State neighborhood is named for the triangle formed by West 45th St. at the bottom and North Lamar Blvd. and Guadalupe Street as the peak. This neighborhood is quite new - historically it contained empty lots until developers recently transformed it into the residential community and numerous attractions that make it up today.

Downtown Austin, the area of South Congress, and the University of Texas are all easily accessible for locals due to the convenience of public transportation options within the neighborhood. There’s also the lovely sports complex, Charles Alan Wright Fields, for anyone looking to stay active or maybe play soccer with friends. Another park to visit is Hyde Park, and there are open greenspaces with fountains and farmer markets. There is also a convenient grocery store in the center of town called Central Market, which offers a great selection of organic products. Restaurants in the area include Uchiko, Kerbey Lane Cafe, and Pinthouse Pizza. Triangle State attracts younger professionals and couples who work in the area or downtown, and many of the apartment complexes are home to University of Texas students. It’s a perfect place to live with many fun things to do.
What Triangle State Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.4
value
7.7
amenities
7.0
social
7.0
management
7.0
Median rents in Triangle State
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedroom
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Living in
Triangle State

Close to Lots of Restaurants
Safe
Residential
Newly Constructed Suburb
Shopping Centers
Kerbey Lane Cafe
Conveniently Located
Triangle State — 8.3/10 Rating (based on 14 neighborhood reviews)
The Triangle is a great location. There are a lot of great restaurants close by, such as Taco Deli, Mandola's, Maudie's, and Snap Kitchen, as well as great workout studios in walking distance, such as Solid Core, Orange Theory, and Core Power. I never feel unsafe walking around the neighborhood. It is an easy under 10 minute drive to campus. There is also a bus stop right outside the Triangle on Guadalupe.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Echo
I’m biased but the neighborhood is so clean and friendly. I meet such nice people whenever I walk the dog! I love that H-E-B is really close but so are great workout spots, restaurants, and breweries.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Triangle
The Triangle is in between Hyde Park and Rosedale, which are more family-friendly, residential neighborhoods. Central Market and HEB are both close by, and it's equally easy to get on Mopac and I-35. There are people around the shops and restaurants at most times of the day, so it always feels safe. Great area for pets.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Triangle
Lots of amenities and restaurants close by. Hyde Park and Rosedale locations within walking distance.
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8
/10
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The Triangle
The Triangle is right next to one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Austin, Hyde Park.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Triangle
quiet and safe area. close to grocery store and bus station
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Gables Central Park
Good neighborhood - fun restaurants
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Echo
The Triangle offers lots of chain restaurants for easy, quick options for food. You can easily walk to these places. However, the surrounding area is full of unique Austin treasures. There are plenty of coffee shops, bakeries, and restaurants that you'll want to check out as well. Within a few miles, you also have Central Market and an HEB. I love the overall neighborhood vibe.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Echo
Easily accessible to restaurants, gyms, and shopping
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Echo
Location:
Good but not great. This neighborhood might technically classified as Hyde Park but it is just on the outskirts. The neighborhood is walkable and access to the metrorapid bus is great. It's still not downtown and you will have to spend more money on uber or time waiting for the bus to go to Sixth Street/Rainey Street/East Sixth to go out.

Transportation:
You can take either the metrorapid bus or the city bus to campus with about a 7-10 minute ride. The bus will also take you downtown fairly quickly. Occasionally I will commute to school with my bike and leave 15 minutes before class and get there on time. (disclaimer: not something you want to do in the hotter months)
Food: Central Market is a ten minute walk through the park behind the apartment complex. There is also a Natural Grocers that is good for picking up small items like produce that is located at 38th and Guadalupe. Further down the road there is a Randall's grocery store. There are several smaller restaurants/bars within walking distance from the apartment. There is a Starbucks across the street as well as a coffee shop on Guadualupe called La Tazza Fresca that is a good place to study.
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Gables Central Park
Its convenient and safe, but is not particularly exciting from a cultural or culinary standpoint.
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/10
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Echo
Nice quiet neighborhood within walking distance to many restaurants.
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Waller Creekside on 51st
Convenient, comfortable, neighborhood feel (not urban)
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Gables Central Park
Friendly atmosphere
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Echo


Getting to Know
Triangle State

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: N Lamar Blvd to Guadalupe St
North to South Boundaries: W 51st St to W 38th St
dining
Banzai Sushi & Grill
Chicanas Tacos
Mandola’s Italian Market
Maudie’s Triangle
Taco Shack
The Flying Saucer
The Parlor
grocery
Natural Grocers
Walgreens
convenience
7-Eleven
fitness
CorePower Yoga
Dane’s Body Shop
coffee
Houndstooth Coffee
Starbucks
bus
1/990 (bus)
19/3 (bus)
338 (bus)

Best Apartments
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2 Beds $2,050

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1 Bed $897
2 Beds $1,254

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1 Bed $1,049
3 Beds $1,776

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1 Bed $1,795
2 Beds $2,600

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