Luxury Apartments Houston
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Features found in many of our high class Luxury Apartments:
Resort Style Pools
Electric Car Chargers/Car Care Center
State of the Art Fitness Centers
Spin Yoga Studio’s
Parking Garage or Attached Garages
Premium Appliances/ Custom Cabinets
The Galleria/Uptown area offers more than 700 retailers, fine dining and hotels within two square miles. This area is also home to Texas’ largest shopping mall, The Galleria mall. For an open-air shopping experience visit Uptown Park just north of Post Oak Boulevard. For ‘inside the loop’ options, shop at Highland Village, where national-brand restaurants and retailers mix with locally owned shops.
Houston’s Midtown neighborhood is home to nearly 9,000 people and is one of the city’s most diverse areas. The area is characterized by skyscrapers and office buildings, as well as new construction townhomes within gated communities. There are also a number of luxury apartments.
The Heights is located just four miles northwest of downtown Houston and was built on and named for its site on highland. The neighborhood’s apartments have become some of the most sought-after properties in Houston. Each block holds a variety of homes, including Historic Victorian, Craftsman, small brick bungalows and recently constructed farmhouse-style homes.
West University Place
West University is one of the top neighborhoods in the country for quality-of-life amenities. Residents enjoy a wide variety of pocket parks, a swimming pool, and a number of kid-friendly hot spots. The neighborhood has been considered an ideal place to raise a family since the 1940s.”
Montrose is an offbeat neighborhood known for its gay bars, vintage stores and eclectic mix of eateries. With its downtown skyline views, luxury apartments, Eleanor Tinsley Park is a popular spot for picnics and sand volleyball. It’s also home to hip indie art galleries and the octagonal Rothko Chapel, featuring huge abstract murals by its namesake artist. Montrose is the place to be.
Upper Kirby is known for its indie art galleries, luxury apartments, and antiques shops and farmers’ markets. On weekends, the Music Box Theater and McGonigel’s Mucky Duck pub host live music and comedy shows. The Urban Harvest Farmers Market sells produce, plants and flowers.
The Woodlands is a destination whose offerings and culture rival the nation’s most buzzed about larger cities. Aptly named The Woodlands for its development in and around 28,000 tree-filled acres, this master planned destination was founded in 1974. From a quiet afternoon of kayaking to a fist-pumping night of live music, a hike through the woods to strolling The Waterway promenade, or a round of golf to a roundtable discussion – these are just a few of the ways you can spend a day in this Texas paradise.