Houston Heights Apartments
What We Love
The Heights Theater – This recently updated menu is a must for all music lovers. The Heights Theater showcases both local and national talent, with a wide variety of genres, so there is always something new to see. The on-site bar and restaurant also mean that it’s easy to make a full night out of your trip.
Momentum Indoor Climbing – A 43,000 square-foot space with almost limitless climbing potential. Whether you are a hardened boulderer or want to try it for the first time, this is the place to go. Children are also welcome to give climbing a go and specialized courses are held during the summer school break.
Spotts Park – 16-acres of outside space where you can walk, cycle or enjoy a picnic. The park also features a children’s play area, volleyball courts, and plenty of open space. If you happen to be in the park during the evening, make sure to watch the Waugh bat colony take flight from the bridge.
Bobcat Teddy’s Ice House – Whether you want to enjoy an ice-cold beer, craft cocktail, or fine Irish whisky, Bobcat Teddy’s is the place to go. With a large patio area, plenty of seating, food trucks, and large screens for sports fans, they have everything you need to enjoy an evening with friends.
White Linen Night – Since 2006, every year on the first Saturday of August, the folks of the Heights get together in their finest white clothing and participate in several activities to attract attention to their local businesses. Think of White Linen Nightlike a huge block party for a good cause. The event gets more and more engaging every year, with live music, art, and plenty of restaurants to dine in. The event is free and certain streets are blocked off, making it pedestrian-friendly and a fantastic affair to take the family.
Art Car Museum – Also known as ‘Garage Mahal,’ displays a unique and exciting combination of both. Local artists take the hunk of metal and transform it into captivating contemporary art with personal statements. The cars on exhibit rotate every so often, and there are even parades.
Coltivare Restaurant – an Italian restaurant that has a variety of small plates, salads, house-made pastas, and wood oven-fired pizzas. It has a rustic wooden interior with a preference for a family-dining concept. Behind the restaurant is a 3,000-square-foot garden that provides fresh seasonal vegetables, fruits, and herbs for Coltivare’s delicious dishes.
Carter & Cooley – They have been serving incredible BLTs, Reubens, soups, salads, and desserts for more than 25 years. The freshest breads, meats, cheeses, and veggies are also available to order. They have many loyal customers who return again and again to savor the tasty eats. The atmosphere is extremely charming with a quaint, vintage feel. Inside the sandwich shop, there are pictures, which represent the Historic Houston Heights street scenes, people, and homes.
Houston Heights Neighborhood Feel
Because snagging a house in the Houston Heights can be tough, many professionals and families opt for Luxury Apartments in The Heights and are still able to enjoy all of The Heights’ charms. Similar to Midtown, Houston Heights luxury apartments offers a wide range of cafes, pubs, boutique stores, and other locally owned businesses that give the neighborhood a small-town feel. Join the crowds strolling 19th Street on a Saturday morning and you’ll be glad you chose a Luxury apartment in The Heights. Contact Mckenzie Drake for your Houston Heights apartment locator.