Located to the west-southwest of Downtown you have the central neighborhood of Houston, Texas. An elevated section of Interstate 45 separates Midtown from Downtown but has the same square-grid street plan as Downtown. Main Street and the Metrorail Red Line are its anchors, while bordered to the west by Neartown, to the south by the Museum District, and to the east by Interstate 69. Midtown encompasses 1.24 square miles and is comprised of 325 city blocks. In the 19th century, Midtown was primarily a Victorian-style residential neighborhood. Nevertheless, the area would fall on hard times when an economic depression hit Houston and other parts of Texas during the latter half of the 20th century. Many residents were forced to leave, leaving homes and business behind, and leading to a proliferation of vacant land. In the early 1990s, the Midtown Redevelopment Authority brought a renewed interest in Houston's urban core and led to the renewal of Midtown starting in the 2000s. Furthermore, there was an influx of younger residents which resulted in the rapid development of vibrant nightlife.
From brunch to date night, Midtown is teaming with all sorts of things to do, attractions to see, and places to dine. From fried chicken wings to exquisite French cuisine, Midtown is one of the top picks by Houstonians when it comes to eating out. For example, you have The Breakfast Club located at 3711 Travis at Alabama in Midtown, an excellent place to start your workday. For lunch residents of Midtown often recommend Harry’s Restaurant & Cafe 318 Tuam at Bagby. For those nights out on the town with friends or someone special, there is Oporto Fooding & Wine House 2450 Louisiana Street offering everything from pizza to fried oysters, as well as a great selection of wines. Furthermore, when it comes to arts and culture, the city of Houston doesn't miss a beat. One great example of this is the unique ArtCar Museum located at 140 Heights Boulevard. Founded by Ann Harithas, an art car movement supporter, the museum emphasizes fine art, art cars, and other sorts of art that don't get much attention in the mainstream art world.
When it comes to single-family home plans in Midtown, you can find various styles of Colonial, Classical, Contemporary, Country, Cottage, Craftsman, Ranch, Tudor, Mediterranean, among many others. Property for sale in Midtown, for the most part, include houses with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,300 square feet to eight bedrooms, nine baths, and 8,871 square feet. Furthermore, Midtown townhouses for sale are available with one bedroom, two bathrooms, and 1,925 square feet to four bedrooms, four baths, and 3,600 square feet. On top of that, these single-family residences in Midtown, Texas, offer unique amenities such as Japanese soaking tubs, balconies, commercial-grade roofing, double paned windows, large walk-in closets, and much more. To learn more about the available real estate in Midtown, please contact us today to schedule a tour.
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