The Saint June is an environmentally conscious community, earning an AEGB 2 Star Rating
The community was designed to celebrate the beauty of its location at the gateway to the Hill Country.
Connecting with Mother Nature
The Live Oak wood bench is constructed from wood salvaged from The Saint June site by local woodworker Daniel Baugh, a native Austinite. It commemorates the area's rugged history and the community’s continued connection with the outdoors.
Celebrating The Saint June's Landscape
Native and adapted plant species were selected for landscaping to enhance the site's existing native vegetation including Escarpment Live Oak, Ashe Juniper, Yaupon Holly, Texas Red Oak, Flameleaf Sumac, Twistleaf Yucca, Silver Bluestem, and Little Bluestem. Vegetation was carefully preserved to protect the nesting habitat of the Golden-cheeked Warbler.
Buildings were positioned to preserve open space, optimize views to greenspace, and protect heritage trees and habitats. The trail network weaving through The Saint June property provides residents access to a natural amenity steps away from their door. Nook-style gardens throughout the property provide natural, shaded spaces for community gatherings.
The Resident Guidebook provides an overview of the green features of the building and ways you can utilize the building to enhance the sustainable nature of the community.