The Nokonah Condos located at 901 W 9th Street in downtown Austin were completed in 2001. Developed by Robert Barnstone and Perry Lorenz, The Nokonah contains 11 stories and 98 units including retail space. The Nokonah is in the Market District of Downtown Austin – which is in the 78703 zip code. In 2003, The Nokonah was recognized with the Downtown Austin Alliance’s IMPACT award.
The Nokonah boasts an amazing roster of past and current owners that comprises a “who’s who” of Central Texas including: Texas Gov. Ann Richards, UT Business School benefactor George Kozmetsky, and UT Baseball Coach Augie Garrido, and UT Football coach Mack Brown.
Developer Robert Barnstone was quoted in 2002 as saying “Never in my 20 years in real estate would it have occurred to me to put the swankiest project in Austin on Lamar. It used to be a used car street.”
Architecture of The Nokonah offers a confident profile as seen from Duncan Park. The Nokonah is walking distance to Whole Foods Grocery and Austin’s Market District
Project Name = The Nokonah Type = Condominium, Residential Address = 901 W 9th Street, Austin, TX 78703 Pricing = $300s to $6MM HOA fees = $0.63 per foot/month Number of stories = 12 Floor heigh = 11.5' (12.5' on floor 54) Number of units = 99 Size of units = 500 to 7000ft Height = 683ft Architect = Lake Flato (later Graeber, Simmons & Cowan) Developer = Perry Lorenz and Robert Barnstone Year complete = 2010 Amenities = 24 Hour Concierge, Heated Pool, Storage
Pricing at the Nokonah varies greatly depending on floor, view, and floor plan. Asking prices for range from $300,000 to more than $6,000,000 for one bedrooms through a full penthouse floor.
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(all data current as of 12/19/2014)
$379,000 : 901 W 9th ST, Unit 204, Austin0 beds, 1 full bath
$325,000 : 901 W 9th ST, Unit 314, Austin1 bed, 1 full bath
$359,000 : 901 W 9th ST, Unit 216, Austin2 beds, 1 full bath
$2,195,000 : 901 W 9th ST, Unit 1003, Austin2 beds, 3 full baths
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