One Oak is a 106-unit condominium development along South First Street, in the Bouldin Creek neighborhood, just minutes from downtown Austin. Residents enjoy a variety of amenities including a fitness center and yoga lawn, a resort-style infinity edge pool, a fireside lounge, a courtyard bar, barbecue grills, poolside cabanas, and access to a trail along Bouldin Creek.
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