Check Out the Weirdest Apartments in Texas
Uncover the Quirkiest Dwelling in the Lone Star State: Texas' Most Eccentric Apartments
The video at the bottom of this article features The Metropolis, an apartment complex that's been keeping Austin weird since 1973.
From converted industrial spaces to downright bizarre architectural wonders, Austin, Texas is home to some of the weirdest and most intriguing apartments you'll ever lay your eyes on.
Keeping Austin Weird
Standing out among Austin's apartment options, The Metropolis proudly embraces the "Keep Austin Weird" spirit. They have a deep appreciation for art, vibrant colors, music, and a thriving community. Their prime location, just 4 miles from downtown, provides convenient access to public transportation, an array of local dining establishments, and a nearby HEB Plus for all your grocery needs.
At The Metropolis, you can not only live but also play. Residents are encouraged to express themselves through music from 12 pm to 9 pm, making it an ideal place to save on practice space and finally craft that in-home studio you've always dreamed of. I bet it sounds pretty wild out there during these hours.
Their diverse community comprises artists, musicians, students, families, and individuals with unique talents and backgrounds. You're invited to become a part of their vibrant community by participating in their regular events, parties, and shows.
Notably, The Metropolis is committed to affordability, offering housing solutions that cater to low-income individuals. If you believe you qualify for Low-Income housing, please don't hesitate to reach out to them. They have budget-friendly rates tailored to your financial needs.
Check out the video below:
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