Choosing a long-term living space isn’t a choice to make lightly. Where you live can have a significant effect on your overall happiness and sense of stability. We adore Calais Midtown Apartments because it can satisfy both of those needs. It also doesn’t hurt that it’s part of the nationally top rated Venterra Living
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Sometimes you need to get away from the stone and metal bustle of the city without truly leaving it. Midtown Houston’s Chenevert Urban Gardens at 2503 Chenevert Street is a nonprofit community green space where locals can engage in the satisfying work of gardening. Flowers and Vegetables Flourish at Midtown Houston’s Chenevert Urban Gardens
Honor and enjoy Independence Day by exploring Midtown Houston’s proud American history during one of our many curated events. Whether you’re celebrating this star-spangled holiday week among family over the grille or with friends by the pool, there are tons of events happening right here in Midtown that will spice up your usual traditions.
Midtown Houston is rapidly expanding its appeal as a locus for culture, modernity and economic resiliency. The three organizations that drive advancements while preserving Midtown Houston’s original charm – Midtown Redevelopment Authority / Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone No. 2, Midtown Management District and Midtown Parks Conservancy – have devised a range of new developments for
The place we call home defines us in both big and small ways. Whether that’s through the beauty of the natural surroundings, the vibes of the local neighborhood or the interior comforts of the space, a home should reflect your lifestyle. Mid Main Lofts on Main Street in Midtown Houston embodies characteristics that are at
We “Stay Iced Up,” with local legend Paul Wall’s classic Heart of a Champion album as the central theme of the free Bud Light “Party in the Park” concert and Rico’s happy hour scheduled for Friday, September 2, 2016 in @midtownHOU’s @BagbyPark, located at 415 Gray St. While we rarely require an excuse to party in @MidtownHOU, this is a celebration
“Brass on the Grass” Summer Series at Bagby Park Will Thomas had his image of jazz musicians shaped by his influential father Bubbha Thomas, a five-time Grammy nominated drummer who founded the Houston International Jazz Festival, August Jazz Month, and the Summer Jazz Workshop. When Thomas thinks of jazz, he visualizes the quiet cool many
For all the wonderment that Midtown embodies, from the explosive growth of businesses, idyllic expanses of green space…
HOUSTON – Emblematic of its standing as a leader in new urbanism, Midtown Houston will host Midtown Wine Down on March 4 at Bagby Park (415 Gray St. at Bagby St.), providing residents of Midtown and beyond a wondrous opportunity to sample the enticing mix of contemporary cultural arts and aesthetic beauty unique to Midtown.
The Texas Commission on the Arts has designated the Midtown Cultural Arts and Entertainment District…