St. Edwards is surprisingly quiet considering it’s the stomping grounds of co-eds and undergrads. This tranquil neighborhood’s quirky vibe and eclectic cafes cater to more than university students. Instead, a bevy of individuals call St. Edwards home. Ambitious professionals, young families, and working artists find common ground when it comes to appreciating this cozy neighborhood—St. Edwards’ short Downtown commute and haphazard natural beauty earn the neighborhood an A+ grade.See 42 places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Austin native Mandy Harris started framing picturesque settings when she was just nine. Though she’s enjoyed photographing the Colorado Rocky Mountains and beaches of Mexico, she’s found her greatest joy capturing interior and exterior design. She divides her time between Airbnb and AL Collective, an Austin-based wedding and portrait studio. Thanks to the Neighborhoods Project, Mandy explored her hometown in a new light.