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2001 Ed Bluestein Blvd, Austin, TX, US
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Airbnb-friendly
We’ve partnered with The Laurel so you can Airbnb your apartment here part-time.
Equal Housing Opportunity

Airbnb it. You could earn
$553

There’s a 25% revenue share at this building. It’s already reflected in the earning estimate.
Night limits, the revenue share, and other rules and restrictions, or local regulations, apply and may change over time.
How many nights will you host on Airbnb?
7 nights
This building lets you host up to 90 nights per year
Your potential earnings are $553 a month

Available units

  • Floor plan 1 of 11

    A1

    Square footage755 ft²
    Starting monthly rent$1,829
    Average earnings for a week
    $553
Floor plans are approximate. Pricing, availability, and amenities are subject to change. Additional fees may apply. Ask the property for details.
Additional details from the team at The Laurel: This property has hosting rules and lease provisions that may impact your hosting activity and earnings as a host. Ask the property for details.

What the building offers

Pet friendly (with restrictions)
Fitness center
Pool
Business center
Clubhouse
Pet play area
On-site maintenance service
Patio
Washer
Dryer
Air conditioning
Dishwasher
Stainless steel appliances

Where you’ll be living

Knollwood On The Colorado River

2001 Ed Bluestein Blvd, Austin, TX, US 78721

What’s nearby

4.26 miles to Juan in a Million
4.72 miles to La Barbecue
4.82 miles to Waffle House
3.97 miles to Casa Colombia
3.82 miles to Heb Food Store #465

Ready to
check it out?

Your questions,
answered

Can’t find what you’re looking for?
How do I get started as an Airbnb Host?
Once you move into your Airbnb-friendly apartment, we can help guide you through creating your listing in a few easy steps, through Airbnb Setup. To start welcoming guests, you’ll need to take a few more steps, like agreeing to the program terms and the building’s rules. Some buildings and cities may have additional requirements.
What do I do with my personal belongings when guests are in my apartment?
Up to you! Some Hosts install a lock on a closet or bedroom, or store personal items in a safe. Others store their belongings in a garage or a storage locker. Check in with the building manager to see what options are available.
How will guests access the building/unit if I’m not there?
You decide how you want guests to access your apartment, but just make sure it’s consistent with the building’s policies. Some Hosts meet their guests in-person and provide them with a physical key. Others provide contactless access with codes or use a nearby key exchange locker, depending on what’s available.
Who is responsible for cleaning after guests leave?
Typically, Hosts are responsible for cleaning, whether they do so themselves or find a cleaner to help. Some buildings have recommendations on cleaning providers for you to choose from.
What’s the parking situation for guests?
It depends on the building’s policies or local regulations. You can give guests your spot if you have one, direct them to public parking, or explore other options with the building manager.
How does pricing work?