The Tyndall

It Started with an Article in the Statesman.  Then I saw some photos in my Instagram Feed.  That’s when I decided it was time to start to learn more about the Tyndall, Austin’s newest Condo Downtown.

The new development is at 800 Embassy Drive, which is right next to the French Legation Museum on the East Side, the Tyndall in Austin will be on one of the highest hills near downtown, and will give it amazing views of both the Capitol, and the entire downtown region.

As for the details, there will be one and two bedroom units, some available with a bonus room/study.  Starting from 571 square feet at approximately $260,000, and hitting 1736 square feet in the Low $600,000’s.

Additionally there are multiple penthouse plans from 1488-2,369 square feet starting around $850,000.

All in all 182 residences are planned with floor to ceiling glass windows, and 10 foot ceilings.   Some units will even have private yards, patios and balconies.

The finish out of the Tyndall in Austin is going to be exquisite.  3 different color schemes are planned, in either a light, or dark, or grey color scheme.  I have yet to see the exact details but will share them with you when I get the info.

But what about the Amenities, you ask?

There will be a pool deck with unobstructed views of the Capital a fitness room, a media room for conferences, a smaller conference room for meetings, and even a full outdoor kitchen with grill for the enjoyment of the residents.

Naturally a 24-hour concierge is planned in this access controlled building.

Where is The Tyndall Located?



  • Address:  800 Embassy Drive Austin, TX
  • Approximate Price Range:  $260,000 – Over $1 Million
  • Year Completed: 2019 – estimated
  • Stories: 7 (I believe)
  • Number of Residential Units: 182
  • Floor Plans:  One and two bedrooms plus Penthouses
  • Pets Allowed?  Yes – There is a dedicated Pet grooming area for Residents
  • HOA Dues – To be determined
  • Concierge:  Yes
  • Gym:  Yes
  • Pool:  Yes
  • Parking:  Yes

All images are courtesy of the Tyndall Website, and are renderings, not actual photographs.

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