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Austin Neighborhood Guide
Kevin Burns

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No one knows neighborhoods like the Austin Realtors who help put people in them. Meet some of the top Realtors in Austin as they share their best picks to eat, shop, live and play within their favorite neighborhoods.

Passionate about creating a dynamic urban core, Urbanspace CEO Kevin Burns has focused his pursuits on helping downtown and central Austin thrive. To Burns, the Seaholm neighborhood is a special place, not only because he and those close to him live there, but because he can do most of his business without ever leaving the neighborhood. All things that make downtown living easy and comfortable are a leisurely walk away.

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Kevin’s Seaholm District

True Food Kitchen (222 West Ave.)—“My current go-to convenient and healthy restaurant.”

Trader Joe’s (211 Walter Seaholm Dr.)—“Great for quick meal pick-ups and discount wine. It’s easy to get in and out fast.”

Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail
—“My favorite place to exercise and walk my three doodles.”

Boiler Nine Bar + Grill (800 W. Cesar Chavez St.)—“An anticipated restaurant from Chef David Bull; a new addition to the Seaholm neighborhood.”

Juan Pelota Cafe (400 Nueces St.)—“My favorite coffee shop, which happens to be inside Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop.”

24 Diner (600 N. Lamar Blvd.)—“This is my top breakfast spot. Be sure to try the Chicken and Waffles.”

Moody Theater (310 W. Willie Nelson Blvd.)—“Live music in an intimate setting. You can’t call yourself an Austinite until you’ve been.”

New Central Library (800 Guadalupe St.)—“I’m excited to take my kids here once it’s complete.”

The Long Center (701 W. Riverside Dr.)—“The best walkable place for family fun. They have great events during the summer. Our favorite is The Symphony in the Park.”

Ranch 616 (616 Nueces St.)—“My favorite spot for ‘Texas cuisine’; a great place to take out-of-towners.”


Read more from the Neighborhoods Issue | June 2016


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