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Nestled between two East Austin residential streets (Deloney Street and E M Franklin Avenue) you will discover one of Austin’s last remaining unicorns – a 1.806 acre undeveloped residential tract zoned SF-3-NP patiently waiting to become East Austin’s next highly desirable micro neighborhood. The buyer will have the opportunity to develop as they wish utilizing one of the many different types of residential structures (duplexes, single family residences with a detached ADU or individual or two unit condominiums) after successfully navigating the City of Austin permitting and developmental processes.


Located at 1606 Deloney – extends westbound from Deloney Street near E 16th Street to E M Franklin Ave near E 17th Street.

Undeveloped single 1.806 acre (78,669 SQFT) sloping wooded rectangular shaped residential tract.

±142 feet of frontage on Deloney Street.

±142 feet of frontage on E M Franklin Avenue.

One heritage tree was discovered centered in the middle of the property in the wet weather creek in the center of the parcel.

1606 Deloney is bisected in the center by approximately 16% floodplain – Givens Park Two wet weather creek at the center of the parcel.


Airport Overlay: Controlled Compatible Land Use Area Zone A0-1 – Noise reduction levels are required for certain building structures.

Part of the East MLK Combined Neighborhood Plan.

All public utilities available – per research public sewer exits per survey on current property.  Buyer to conduct own research.

Omitting the 16% center (flood plain), the tract has development potential to be sub-divided into a minimum of six residential parcels with three lots (two flag facing Deloney Street and three lots facing E M Franklin – likely two flag lots and one frontage lot facing each residential street per current owner research.


.15 miles to MLK Blvd

.30 miles to E 12th Street

.8 miles to Airport Blvd

.9 miles to Springdale Road

1.2 miles to Morris Williams Golf Course

1.3 miles to MLK Light Rail Station

1.8 miles to Hwy 183

1.9 miles to Mueller

2.2 miles to IH-35

2.7 miles to Dell Children’s Hospital

3.2 miles to the University of Texas

3.7 miles to Downtown Austin

3.8 miles to Lady Bird Lake

5.9 miles to Austin Bergstrom International Airport

6.3 miles to Hwy 130

8.6 miles to Tesla Giga


A Feasibility Study completed by Austin Civil Engineering dives into the scope of what development is possible. Buyer to conduct own research.

A Topographical and Tree Survey displays the lone heritage tree located in the wet weather creek.

Survey, Field Notes and T47 has been approved by Capital Title.

Title is open at Capital Title with Margaret Liebes


Jennifer Archambeault, Broker/Owner
Urban Provision, REALTORS®

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