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Overview of Little Saigon

Rent an apartment in Little Saigon, Houston TX, and you'll be living in the Midtown District southwest of Downtown Houston. In recent years, the area has undergone transition and revitalization. Originally developed as a residential area in the 1950s, it transitioned into a bustling commercial and residential neighborhood of Vietnamese and Vietnamese-Americans. Designated "Little Saigon" in the 1970s, the new immigrants led redevelopment in the area.

In the mid 1990s, more upscale apartment complexes and townhomes were built in the area. Business areas grew along Main and Louisiana streets. Ironically, many of the community's namesake residents have moved to nearby Alief, which is now home to Houston's largest Asian population. Westchase is another neighborhood closely associated with Little Saigon and Alief.

Little Saigon Lifestyle and Entertainment

The increasingly upscale Little Saigon is a pedestrian-friendly community with busy main drags and tree-lined side streets. The neighborhood includes its share of restaurants, cafes and nightlife options, from casual to fine dining. Nearby Alief offers a fully immersive experience into Asian culture with its Hong Kong City Mall, many Vietnamese and other Asian restaurants and imports businesses.

Little Saigon hugs both the 59, Southwest Freeway, and the Gulf Freeway, giving you quick access to all that Houston has to offer. The downtown Theater District is packed with theaters, bars and restaurants. The Galleria Houston is the state's largest mall featuring many upscale shops. The Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center gives you an exhaustive look into the nation's space program.

The Little Saigon Rental Market

Apartment rentals in Little Saigon are quite affordable. Garden-style apartments with one bedroom start at between $400 and $450. Two-bedroom units go for between $625 and $775 on average. Newer upscale mid-rises offer one-bedroom units for $850 and two bedroom apartments for close to $1,200 a month.

As part of the Midtown District, Little Saigon offers many commuting options. Surrounded by freeways, you can easily get to any part of Houston. It also has three METRORail stations nearby and is served by bus routes.

Little Saigon Resources

Little Saigon is part of the Midtown Management District. Residents of Little Saigon live in Houston City Council District C or D. Visit Houston city government for more information. Students in the neighborhood attend schools in the Houston Independent School District. Elizabeth Baldwin Park, a Houston City park, was rededicated in 2006. It includes a Vietnamese Heritage Plaza commemorating the area's Vietnamese immigrants. The closest public library to the Midtown District is the Freed-Montrose Neighborhood Library.

Little Saigon Zip Codes

The Zip code serving the Little Saigon neighborhood is: 77036.