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Mueller Neighborhood

The Mueller neighborhood exudes urban charm, sustainability, and convenience. Located only three to five miles from downtown Austin and the University of Texas. This mixed-use village creates the ambiance of a connected, outgoing community amidst central Austin living. Redeveloped from the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport, the meticulous master-planned development attracts engaged and visionary Austinites.

Location of Mueller Neighborhood

The Mueller neighborhood sits between East 51st Street to the north, Manor Road to the west, Airport Boulevard to the south and Interstate 35 to the east. 

Mueller Homes

The Mueller neighborhood Austin gem reflects a prism of housing options from mid-century modern, updated bungalows, pristine garden homes, and luxury condos. The Mueller development even dedicates 25% of its homes to the Mueller Affordable Housing Program.

Mueller Schools

Students in the Mueller neighborhood attend highly ranked public schools of the Austin Independent School District, including: Maplewood Elementary, Kealing Middle School, and McCallum High School. Mueller neighborhood also hosts several private school options including St. Francis School, Kamico Academy, Concordia Academy, the Griffin School, and Hope Lutheran School.

Things to Do in Mueller

The nearly 15,000 residents of Mueller enjoy easy access to downtown Austin, as well as convenience to a plethora of retail spaces within the neighborhood. 

Take children to the award winning Thinkery, an innovative children’s museum sure to satiate curious, growing minds. Then head across the street to play on the playground, or walk the scenic trail around the 30-acre Mueller Lake Park. Stay late for a movie in the park, or cap off your evening at the tasty Café Mueller Restaurant or Alamo Drafthouse. 


From the weekend farmer’s market, a multitude of retail shops and restaurants, the Mueller H-E-B, and the Dell Children’s Medical Center, this budding neighborhood provides residents affordable central Austin living while providing the self-sufficiency of a distinct town.