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River Oaks/Highland Village Houston Apartments 

Average Highland Village and River Oaks Rental Rates

Studio – $1,003 | 1 Bedroom – $1,169 | Two Bedroom – $1,435

Pricing is subject to change due to availability/inventory and rent specials. To confirm rates contact an agent today. 

Highland Village River Oaks Neighborhood Feel

 Highland Village is a small but stylish part of town nestled between River Oaks and Upper Kirby to the east, Greenway Plaza to the south, and the Galleria to the West. On weekends, Houstonians flock to this neighborhood’s shopping center of the same name to dine at hip spots like RA Sushi and browse major-brand shops like Cole Haan, Apple, and Anthropologie. Luxury apartments in River Oaks and Highland Village are excellent and include pet-friendly options such as The Gael and The Ivy River Oaks.

Special Offers for Highland Village Apartments

Midlane Apartment

Tanglewood Fully Furnished Apartment

Up to 1 Month Free on Select Models

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What We Love

Highland Park Village – A carefully chosen selection of shops and restaurants, featuring high-end brands mixed in with the more typical stores. This means that no matter what your budget, you are able to enjoy a trip to Highland Village. When shopping gets too much, there are plenty of food options to choose and bars to choose from which will give you the energy you need to continue your retail therapy.

Swagger Lounge and Bar – this is a typical neighborhood bar, offering live music at weekends. The bar staff are friendly and good at what they do. It’s not hard to see why many who live in Highland Park make this their local bar.

Liberty Kitchen and Oysterette – fish and seafood lovers are spoilt for choice at Liberty Kitchen. The menu features seasonal, local and regional seafood dishes and the addition of a traditional Japanese Robata grill adds to the venue’s uniqueness. With live music every Saturday night and events throughout the year, this is definitely a restaurant to add to your ‘must visit’ list.

Memorial Park – Originally opened in 1924, this 1,466-acre park is one of the largest city parks in the United States. Featuring dog parks, trails, tennis courts and even an 18-hole golf course, there is always something to do here.

Houston Arboretum – The Arboretum and Nature Center can be found on 155-acres of Memorial Park. The creators aim to offer an escape from busy city life and the opportunity to discover the natural world. Events are held year-round for adults and children alike, with special events and school programmes also available

Discovery Green

Bravery Food Hall

Marriott Marquis

George R Brown Convention Center

Alley Theatre

Market Square Park

Phoenicia Specialty store

Minute Maid Park

Toyota Center