Camden Travis Street Apartments: Midtown living at its best

When it comes to apartment living in Midtown Houston, there’s good, better and best.

At the top of just about every barometer of cool, laid-back living in Midtown is Camden Travis Street Apartments at 2700 Travis St. The reason: it combines the best of location, amenities, and nightlife with the comforts of home.

“Our apartment community is personal, stylish, and a truly peaceful place to entertain neighbors and friends right in the middle of the heart of Houston,” said Georgia Martinez, assistant manager at the Camden Travis “If you’re new to the area, you get to embrace all the culture and atmosphere, and there’s a lot of things to do.”

What’s more, residents can hop on the METRORail and head to Discovery Green and the George R. Brown Convention Center downtown, or pop over to NRG Stadium to the south. It’s the best of both worlds – inner-city vibes with the comfort and seclusion of boutique apartment living.

The pet -friendly complex is located off Travis St., right between Elgin St. and McGowen St., with over 140 bars, shops, and restaurants that include Brennan’s of Houston at 3300 Smith St.; Charivari Restaurant at 2521 Bagby St.; and Cyclone Anaya’s Mexican Kitchen at 309 W. Gray St.. There’s even a Randall’s Grocery Store within walking distance at 2555 Louisiana St.

Camden Travis Street Apartments opened in 2010 as the smallest and oldest of three Midtown Camden properties that include Camden Midtown at 2303 Louisiana St. and Camden City Centre at 301 St. Joseph Pkwy.

The amenities at Camden Travis Street are mind-blowing. There’s a high-endurance fitness center with cardio equipment and free weights, and lifestyle areas that boast a resort-style pool with cabanas and WiFi, outdoor grilling stations with gas grills, and a residential social lounge with pool table, large-screen TV, and games.

The apartments include walk-in closets, a full-size washer/dryer, stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, granite countertops wood-style flooring, 10-foot ceilings with crown molding, and private patios.

And it’s a pet paradise. The Bagby Park dog park is within walking distance, as is Pooch Pad at 2912 Bagby Street.

Camden Travis Street resident Sam Jackson said he moved to the apartment community in 2015 because of its prime location and the plethora of trendy night spots and eateries.

“I’m a cook and all the best restaurants in the city are located around Midtown and the Montrose,” said Jackson, 28. “I cook all morning at school and then I cook at my night job in Midtown, so I’m basically cooking all day.

“So when I get home I order out for food, and living in Midtown gives the best options for food delivery,” he said. “If you’re young and single, it’s probably the best place to live. You couldn’t ask for more.”

For more information about Camden Travis Street Apartments, visit online or call 713-521-0620.