HOUSTON, Feb. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Midtown is the city's ultimate urban playground. It's where people who enjoy Houston's most exciting lifestyle dream of living.
Located between downtown and the medical center, Midtown is one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas in the city. The mix of commercial and residential developments within the neighborhood make it a convenient area for millennials to live, work and relax. Dining, nightlife, parks and the arts are all in close proximity.
Over the last decade, Midtown has become a Houston hotspot. Known for its great brunches and vibrant nightlife, you will find a very lively social scene happening every weekend. Whether you want to enjoy Pub Fiction or Little Woodrow's to grab a bite to eat while catching the latest sporting event; enjoy innovative seafood dishes at Reef; or have Sunday brunch at The Breakfast Klub, your taste buds will not be disappointed!
After you've satiated your appetite, sing your heart out at Spotlight Karaoke and finish off the evening with a nightcap at 13 Celsius or Clé, a high-end nightclub where visiting celebrities can be seen.
Parks and Recreation
Good food and cocktails are not all Midtown has to offer. Midtown Park is under construction and is situated on a 6-acre tract of land. This urban green space will feature retail and residential properties, and a public parking garage. Additionally, the lawn will accommodate up to 3,000 people for special events.
Art and Culture
An eclectic group of galleries, theaters and artists' collectives have found homes in Midtown, also. You can visit the MATCH and enjoy any one of a number of performing and visual arts organizations. Enjoy a show or take a class at the Houston Metropolitan Dance Center, or see an exhibition at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.
Aside from all of the activities to do in and around Midtown, its location makes it easy to get anywhere you need to be in the city. With easy access to many of Houston's thoroughfares and its close proximity to the METRORail (six blocks away), commuting for work to downtown, the Museum District and the medical center is a breeze.
One of the oldest areas in Houston, Midtown has seen many new developments over the last 10 to 15 years. Here, apartment complexes, townhomes and single-family homes are found with the median home sales price coming in at $439,000, based on 2015 MLS sales, and prices have risen since that time.
Parc at Midtown
A new community of condominiums, one-of-a-kind Sky Townhomes™ and townhomes, Parc at Midtown has broken ground at 2401 Crawford Street. The development offers homes priced from the $170s to the $430s, which are excellent rates for this prime Inner Loop location. A gated community with private and guest parking, an exclusive park for residents, designated pet areas and great views of the city make Parc at Midtown a community worth calling home. Each new home comes with a Quality Assurance Program that includes a 10-year, transferable home buyer's warranty offered nowhere else in the Inner Loop – all at a price point that is unmatched.
The community is being developed by Surge Homes, a Houston-based real estate developer and builder. Quality and design set Surge Homes apart because every home features modern architecture, designs and finishes, as well as award-winning European cabinetry in all kitchens and bathrooms. The company has an exclusive agreement with the cabinet manufacturer and you won't find these designs with any other builder in the Greater Houston Area.
Living in Midtown is a good investment to make if you're looking to build on your future—while enjoying the coolest neighborhood today.
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