Location, Location, Location: Midtown is positioned just South of Downtown Houston. The Midtown boundaries are west of SH 288, east of Bagby Street, south of I-45, and North of US 59. Being surrounded by freeways makes this district one of the most desirable places to live in the city because of its effortless accessibility.
Where to Live in Midtown: Midtown living is made up of three components: town homes, apartments and restored historical homes. Midtown initiated the trend of builders coming into the inner-city to build new construction contemporary town homes and lofts. One can find affordable living with apartment rentals starting at $700 to upscale town homes ranging from the low 140's to the upper 400's. Historical homes are also being revitalized for families looking to avoid suburb commutes.
Working near Midtown: Midtown is a residential area that serves the two largest employment centers in the region: Downtown and the Texas Medical Center. These two business districts equip Houstonians with more than 200,000 jobs. The Houston Community College System Central Campus is also situated inside of Midtown. The University of Houston campus is approximately 3 miles East of Midtown.
Getting Around Midtown: Metrorail, Houston's light rail transportation system makes one of its stops in Midtown connecting residents to Downtown, Main Corridor, the Medical Center, Hermann Park, Rice University, Reliant Stadium and the South Fannin Park and Ride.
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