We’re excited to introduce a new series featuring local bloggers, influencers, and community leaders as they share their projects and experiences in Midtown Houston. This month’s sponsored guest blog post is by Midtown Management District’s Urban Planning Committee Chair, James Llamas.
(Photo courtesy of ABC13.com) Houston is currently under a Hurricane Watch. Houston residents can expect to see a significant amount of rainfall over the next five days, which will likely lead to flooding. We’ve put together useful resources and advice below that will help you and your family stay safe. How to Quickly and Easily
Have you ever wanted to make a direct impact on your community? Now’s your opportunity to do just that while holding a significant leadership position. Bring your ideas and help shape the future of Midtown Houston by volunteering on the Midtown Management District (MMD) Board of Directors. The Board needs individuals with time to develop programs
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
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