Houston Apartments for Rent
Houston, TexasHouston, Texas is home to more than two million people, 650 city and county parks, three new, high-tech sports arenas and multiple shopping centers from the pristine Galleria mall to the funky shops in Montrose and the Heights. For these reasons and others such as the Houston, Texas weather, accessible public transportation, and affordable real estate and apartment rentals, Houston a desirable place to live.
Houston, Texas ApartmentsHouston consists of nine real estate areas, The Inner Loop, North Houston, Northeast Houston, Northwest Houston, West Houston, South Houston, Southeast Houston and East Houston. Each area has its own distinctive style. The discerning apartment hunter has the flexibility to choose to rent an apartment in one of the many Houston neighborhoods throughout the city.
The Inner Loop, home to historical landmarks, museums, restaurants, shops, the Astrodome, The Medical Center and Compaq Center, is made up of Downtown, The Heights, Montrose, River Oaks, The Medical Center, West University and Bellaire. These neighborhoods are often upscale and trendy with oak trees lining the streets. They exude the charm of the older, restored Houston neighborhoods. Spring, The Woodlands and Conroe, located in North Houston, offer apartment renters a suburban setting and a quick commute downtown.
The Northeast Houston communities of Kingwood, Atascocita and Humble are approximately 22 miles from downtown and offer apartment rentals in and around master-planned communities just five miles from the Bush Inter-Continental Airport.Forest land and natural beauty surround this area of Houston.
Northwest Houston is a growing region with access to the Sam Houston Toll Way. Garden Oaks, one of the many communities is close-in and is accessible to both the 610 Loop and Hwy 290. Many new apartments are being built in this highly desirable area.
West Loop/Galleria, Tanglewood/Broadoaks, The Villages/Memorial, The Oaks & Memorial and Katy make up West Houston neighborhoods. These neighborhoods offer renters shopping, upscale communities and The Galleria Mall.
Southwest Houston is home to Sugar Land, the home of Texas' oldest company, Imperial Sugar. The Brazos River makes its way along many of the Southwest Houston communities.
Clear Lake, home to the Johnson space Center, is located 20 miles from downtown Houston. NASA is the largest employer in the South Houston area. Clear Lake is located on the Texas Gulf Coast and offers residents, boating, fishing and water recreation. Clear Lake is only minutes from the beaches of Galveston Island, while being easily accessible to downtown Houston.
Living in Houston, TexasHouston's mild climate makes it an excellent city for those people who enjoy outdoor activities. Houston's extensive park system, which includes Hermann Mark and the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center, is a great way to get started. If you're interested in sports, you can take in a baseball game with the MLB team, Houston Astros or a football game with NBA team, Houston Rockets.
Museums and annual events abound in Houston. From visiting the Museum of Fine arts to the Burke Baker Planetarium to taking in Houston's International Festival or watching the rodeo, there is always more than enough to do for renters.
If university life is what you're looking for, Houston is the place to be. Houston has more than 300,000 students enrolled in academic programs at the University of Texas at Houston, The Texas Medical Center, Rice University and Texas Baptist University to name a few.
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