With more than 30 acres of public parkland and greenspace onsite, River Park seamlessly connects to more than 15 miles of hike and bike trails, and 882 acres of existing public parks and open space — including the Roy and Ann Butler Hike and Bike Trail around Lady Bird Lake, Roy G. Guerrero Park, Country Club Creek Trail, and the Colorado River Trail.
Connectivity is effortless, especially with River Park’s proximity and multimodal connectivity to downtown Austin. Adjacent to Capital Metro’s Project Connect and a 10-minute drive from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS), River Park prioritizes convenience and seamless integration into the region through its expansive network of paths, parks, and trails.
River Park carefully calibrates a sustainable, future-focused ecosystem by preserving and enhancing the surrounding natural environment. Creek stabilization systems and innovative rainwater harvesting management protect natural habitats. River Park will also reuse different materials found on the site today, including transforming existing concrete sidewalk slabs into pavers and benches.
With electric vehicle charging stations, indoor air quality monitoring technology, and 250 bicycle parking spaces, the office buildings’ state-of-the-art amenities put sustainability at the forefront.