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Overview of Eldridge

Rent an apartment in Eldridge, Houston, TX, and you'll be part of an area that is experiencing both residential and business growth. Close to west Houston's Energy Corridor, the neighborhood has an exciting mix of quiet suburban life, sprawling outdoor spaces and close proximity to many job and business opportunities. Just 30 years ago, this area, also known as Eldridge/West Oaks was just sprawling ranches at the far edge of the city. Today, it is a thriving community of professionals, young married couples and families.

Eldridge is close to a number of other popular West Houston neighborhoods, including Briar Forest, Memorial and Westchase.

Eldridge Lifestyle and Entertainment

Eldridge is an attractive west Houston neighborhood that offers a little something for everyone. The area has an enticing selection of cafes, eateries and pubs for a morning coffee, lunch with the girls or a night out on the town. Shopping options include the nearby West Oaks Mall with 90 retailers. If you want to go big, then go where the big spenders go - Galleria Houston. This mall is one of the biggest in the country. If you can't find what you're looking for here, you aren't trying very hard. In addition to big name anchor stores, it has 375 other retailers. And, when you get tired of shopping, you have a terrific selection of dining options. There's even an ice rink!

When it comes to the great outdoors, it's hard to beat the venues available for Eldridge residents. The area is adjacent George Bush Park. This Houston city park is the sixth largest in the nation. It is named in honor of President George H.W. Bush. Jogging and bike trails crisscross the park's 7,000 acres. In addition to the usual playgrounds, sports fields and picnic areas, Bush Park also has a shooting range and model aircraft flying fields. Harris County operates nearby Terry Hershey Park, which has an extensive network of walking and biking trails. The dirt bike trails run through a forested area along the bayou and are known as the "Anthills."

The Eldridge Rental Market

The apartment rental market in Eldridge offers a wide selection from the affordable to the luxurious. You can choose from modest, garden-style complexes to converted lofts and mid-rises. Condos, townhomes and single-family homes are available as well. One-bedroom apartment rents start as low as $500 and go up to $1,800 a month. Prices vary by location, building style, apartment size and amenities. The average commute time from Eldridge is about 30 minutes.

Eldridge Resources

Residents of Eldridge reside in Houston City Council District G. Visit Houston city government for more information. Two public libraries serve the area: the Kendall Neighborhood Library and the Robinson-Westchase Neighborhood Library. Depending on where they live in Eldridge, children may attend a school operated by ether the Houston Independent School District or the Alief Independent School District.

Eldridge Zip Codes

Zip codes serving the Eldridge area include: 77077 and 77082.