Downtown Houston

The largest business district in Houston, Downtown serves as headquarters for many prominent energy, legal and finance companies. The Tunnel System and Houston Pavilions are home to many shops and restaurants. Downtown area is home to some of the most popular Houston lofts, Houston apts & highrises.

H002 - Downtown Houston, $1200-$2500

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Marquis Lofts Downtown Houston Loft Downtown Houston Apartment Inner Loop Apartment
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H322 NEW in 2014! Downtown $1400-$3600

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H252- Downtown Houston $1400-$2600

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H252
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H256 - Downtown Houston $1350-$2900

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Houston House
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Greenway Plaza's Newest Addition

Pearl Greenway is contemporary, urban living at its best! Greenway Plaza’s newest addition to the family, Pearl Greenway’s prime location puts you in the middle of it all. Convenient to West University, the Museum District, Texas Medical Center, and Downtown Houston. The property is also within walking distance to restaraunts, retail and movie theaters. With popular dining and nightlife destinations including Galleria, Highland Village, River Oaks and Upper Kirby as your neighbors, you’re surrounded by the best of Houston.

Living in Midtown Houston

Midtown Houston is a pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use urban community located in the heart of the city. Many people choose to make Midtown their home because the area offers the convenience of amenities and services at your doorstep. Midtown boasts a variety of dining establishments, pubs and lounges, retail shopping, cultural arts venues, outdoor activity, green space and more. Where is Midtown Houston? An extension of downtown, the boundaries of Midtown can loosely be defined as South of 45, West of 288, North of 59 and East of Bagby Street. The area lies between Downtown Houston and the Houston Medical Center providing easy access to both. Zip codes overlapping with Midtown include 77004 and 77006. 

Who lives in Midtown? According to the Midtown Management District Board: "The average Midtowner is between 25-40 years of age, owns a pet or two, involved in the community, gives to charity, culturally in tune with the community, healthier because they ride bikes or walk, they don't sit back and watch the action... they are the action." Midtown's prime location between downtown and the Houston Medical Center - the two largest employment centers in the area with over 200,000 jobs - makes it a great choice for those who wish to live and work in the same area. 

H253 Downtown Houston Lofts, $1400-$3500

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City View Lofts Downtown Houston Lofts
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H146 - Downtown Houston Lofts & Apartments - $1150-$2000

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Canal Place
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H201 - Downtown Houston Lofts $1300-$2000

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Franklin Lofts
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H186 - Downtown Houston High Rise Lofts, $1300-$3600

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Humble Tower
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