Over the past 10 years or so, we have profiled at least 30 Austin neighborhoods.
We gathered their histories, talked to their residents, and toured their streets, parks and other public amenities on foot and by car.
Because we have recently ventured out again in the same manner, this time to Western Trails, we offer links to those previous stories, most of which were republished in my books, “
Indelible Austin: Volumes 1-3.”
This is a developing index. More images and links to come.
Rosedale Austin recovers one of its identities in Rosedale University Hills Social equity a cornerstone in University Hills Bouldin Ken Ashworth takes on a tour through South Austin time and space Guadalupe Small town in the big city Lakeway A young city fascinated with its history Rosewood Rosewood, by any name Hyde Park
Austin’s original suburb
Windsor Park A new generation arises in Windsor Park Heritage The Wilkinsons take up the cause of Heritage neighborhood Old Round Rock
Round Rock rolls along
Northwest Hills Life flourishes on both sides of Northwest Hills Old Pflugerville Prospecting Pflugerville’s past Travis Heights
A park runs through it
Block House Creek On the banks of Block House Creek Dove Springs Dove Springs looks toward making welcome changes Sun City Georgetown Sunny side of the streets Holly Street Exploring the Holly Street neighborhood on foot Old Buda
The zen of Buda
Mueller Mueller well on its way to mixed-used magic Old Austin Tour of the new Old Austin St. John’s Whatever happened to the St. John’s Orphan Home? An Austin park that’s all about love Clarksville/Old West Austin Authentic to the bone Travis Heights East Do you know Travis Heights East, hidden among the East Austin hills? Crestview Mixing old with new in Crestview Old Bastrop History around every corner Aldridge Place/Hemphill Park Best loved Austin neighborhoods Old Enfield Safety deposit box unlocks a lot of West Austin history Montopolis Montpolis opens up its history Montopolis: A tale of two towns Pemberton Heights Timeless Pemberton Heights Austin’s freedom colonies Clarksville and Wheatville were not Austin’s only freedmen’s communities Highland Park West Saving Austin’s midcentury modernist gems Old Lockhart A deep dip into Lockhart Circle C Ranch Born of controversy, Circle C has become a haven for families Western Trails 1955 Austin neighborhood treasured for midcentury designs, big trees and Central Market