The rental boom is in full effect and a new report from RentCafe breaks down where those apartments are going in, as The Austin Business Journal reports.
The report took a look at the largest 50 cities in the country and then analyzed which neighborhoods in those towns added the most apartments from 2010 to 2016.
The North Burnet neighborhood of Austin came in at the nineteenth spot, increasing the number of the apartments in the area by 2,739 units in six new communities. This area includes the very desirable Domain.
Other Texas cities ranked highly, including Dallas, which had two neighborhoods make the list. Uptown came in at number 5 and Oak Lawn came in at the seventh spot. They added 5,839 units and 22 buildings and 4,892 units and seventeen buildings, respectively.
Houston had more neighborhoods on the list than any other city. Washington Avenue-Memorial Park nabbed the ninth spot and had 3,569 units, Greenway-Upper Kirby was number thirteen with 3,147 units, Memorial built 3,029 units to get the fourteenth spot, and Greater Uptown was right behind in the fifteenth spot with 3,008 units. San Antonio had one area on the list, the Northwest neighborhood, which came in at number eighteen and had 2,785 units in 12 buildings.
Long Island City, New York was the leader with 12,533 new units, almost twice that of its nearest competitor, downtown Los Angeles.