Regency Park is an exceptional 528 unit gated rental community conveniently located in Austin, TX.
Less than 5 miles from downtown via South Congress or I-35, Regency Park is within walking distance of many popular eateries including Trudy’s Tex-Mex Restaurant, Buffalo Wild Wings, the Macaroni Grill, Logan’s Roadhouse, Chili’s and Twin Peaks. The Metropolitan 14 multiplex cinema is next door and Cinemark Tinseltown 17 is only a few minutes drive from Regency Park, as are several newly constructed shopping centers that include some of the nation’s largest retailers such as Sam’s Club, Lowe’s, HEB Grocery, and CVS Pharmacy. We are less than three miles from the newly developed and widely expanding South Park Meadows shopping district, and more than one million square feet of diverse retail shopping is conveniently located just moments from our gated front entrance.
Completed in January of 2003, this upscale community offers three resort style swimming pools with spacious sun decks, Wi-Fi access, a heated spa, and an inviting pool veranda with a large fireplace. Regency Park also has an 8,000 square foot dog park, a fully furnished visitor guest suite, and 5 day per week pick up at your door valet trash service. The focal point of the community is a magnificent 9,500 square foot clubhouse with a large screen television, two fireplace seating areas, a business center, a billiard room, and a professional grade fitness center that is open 24/7 to residents. Several barbecue grills are strategically placed throughout the lushly landscaped 27 acre property.
Regency Park is owned and managed by Suburban Homes, Inc., a highly qualified Denver based real estate development company with more than 35 years of experience in providing quality and integrity in residential property management. One visit to Regency Park and you will see that living here offers the country club lifestyle you have been seeking in one of Austin’s most convenient locations. It is no surprise that Regency Park has consistently been called “Austin’s Best Place to Live.”