Milago Condos Offer Guaranteed Views on Select Units

Milago Condos in downtown Austin have always been one of my favorite buildings to show. The residents are always friendly, and walking around the building you notice the condo is definitely dog-friendly and the concierge always greets you with a smile. My buyers notice this and have many times told me that the Milago gives them an overall “good feeling.”

For Guaranteed Lady Bird Lake Views, Choose Milago

One other thing that buyers have a good feeling about is that they know when they buy one of the units that face Lady Bird Lake, they will always have an unobstructed view. This appeals to them because there are other downtown Austin condos that have views that can potentially change as soon as a new building comes up.

Which Views Are The Best From Milago, City or Lake?

The Milago units offer varying views based on the units position in the building. Of course, located right on the Town Lake hike and bike trail, some of the units offer views of the lake – some are very expansive, beautiful views, depending on what level you are on. Other condos face toward the other downtown Austin buildings and others even face toward the I-35. While many may assume that the lake views are the best, it really all depends on who you ask…I’ve found that some of my clients prefer the highway views!

What view would you prefer – lake or downtown buildings? What price tag would you place on a view from the 3rd floor vs. the 13th floor? I’m interested to hear your opinions on this!

And, if you’d like to tour some of the available units for sale in Milago, or have a Milago condo to sell, contact me today.

About Shannon Ensor

Shannon Ensor is a Broker Associate with Sky Realty, the founder of our team and a published author. She began her Austin Real Estate career in 2005 and has earned her ABR and GRI designations. Shannon helps residential real estate buyers and sellers all around Austin and Central Texas. Shannon graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University, earning her degree in Journalism/Public Relations from ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications and a minor in Business Advertising & Marketing.

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