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Hyde Park was originally developed by Monroe Martin Shipe in 1891 as a streetcar suburb with a large artificial lake, long ago filled. Hyde Park is still known for its beautiful tree-lined streets and its great diversity of residents, buildings and land uses. The State Fair of Texas was held in the eastern sections of Hyde Park from 1875 until it was moved to Dallas in 1884.  A portion of the State Fair's horseracing track is still reflected in the curved segment of 39th Street between Avenue F and Duval Street.  (During my college years at UT, I lived on Speedway and 40th St.)
 
Hyde Park has many fine homes, many having been enlarged and updated. Many have Green energy features added, and a number of newer Green homes have been built, most receiving 3, 4 or 5 Star ratings from Austin's Green Building Program.  Walk or ride your bike to the University of Texas main campus, or its fine Law School.
 
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