One of Austin’s Most Significant Landmarks is Being Reenvisioned

Plans call for the restoration of the historic landmark the Commodore Perry Estate and the creation of an urban oasis on the property located in the heart of Austin. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the estate is comprised of a 10,800-square-foot Italian Renaissance-style home and formal gardens enclosed within a 10-acre walled compound on the headwaters of Waller Creek.

The new luxury hotel will be managed by Auberge Resorts Collection and will encompass 53 guest rooms, flexible event space, and a destination restaurant featuring a culinary experience driven by locally sourced ingredients, including those sourced from the estate’s own organic gardens.

Craig Reid, president and chief executive officer of Auberge Resorts Collection, and a former Austin resident says, “As we have with the other historic hotels in our collection, we will honor the architectural heritage of the estate while infusing the unique character that defines Austin.”

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