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Featured Apartments in Southside, Houston, TX
Convenient location behind Hobby Airport and Wood Plank in selected units.
Houston TX, 77061
Newly renovated property with warm community feeling. Close to 45 and 610 Loop. 10 minutes from downtown.
Houston TX, 77087
Beautiful upgraded apartments located near the medical center and downtown Houston.
Houston TX, 77025
Convenient to Hobby Airport and Almeda Mall...10 minutes from downtown...
Houston TX, 77017
The Reserve at 63 sixty three offers studio, one, two and three bedroom apartment homes. Enjoy amenities such as controlled access gates, extensive video monitoring system, sunrooms, washer/dryer connections, wood burning fireplace and so much more; in thoughtfully-designed oversized floor plans. Conveniently located in southwest Houston. With a new management team and an extensive property enhancement program, come see why The Reserve at 63 sixty three is THE place to call home! .
Houston TX, 77035
Southside, Houston, TX
Living in the Southside, Houston TX
Rent an apartment in Southside Place, a Houston, TX suburb, for a taste of small-town life within the confines of a large metro area. Although associated with Houston, Southside Place is actually a city in its own right. It got its start when developer Edloe Crain built a park with a pool close to today's Bellaire Boulevard. His opening on Easter Sunday in 1925 was designed to attract potential home buyers to the new town site, and it worked. With 600 or so residents, Southside Place incorporated in 1931, and in 1934 became a city. As Houston annexed surrounding communities, Southside Place maintained its independence. Interestingly, even though it is a city, the U.S. Postal Service uses "Houston" for all addresses in the city.
Today, Southside Place is a pleasant mix of residential and commercial areas. It prides itself on its small town, family-oriented atmosphere.
Southside Lifestyle and Entertainment
Southside Place is considered an upscale community. It is among the top wealthiest locations by income in Texas. The community is popular with professionals like lawyers, physicians, and corporate executives. Most people living here are married, and many have families with children of all ages.
The community's location gives it easy access to Houston's many entertainment and other attractions. It is close to the many boutiques, galleries and unique eateries of the Neartown and Montrose neighborhoods. The Galleria Houston is always worth the drive. This huge mall has more than 375 retailers and dining options. Anchor stores include Dillard's, Neiman-Marcus, Macy's, Nordtrom and Saks Fifth Avenue. The ice rink and other activities are popular with kids of all ages.
For outdoor fun in Southside Place, there's Fire Truck Park, named for the 1935 Fire Truck on the park grounds. The shady park offers a wonderful respite on a hot summer day. Park facilities include tennis courts, a baseball diamond, basketball court, swimming pool and clubhouse. The pool has a 150-member competitive swim team. There's also a summer kids camp.
The Southside Rental Market
The rental market for Southside Place is a bit more expensive that other neighborhoods around Houston. You can find one-bedroom units for about $700 a month, but $1,000 a month is common. Two-bedroom apartments rent for $1,100 to $1,500 a month. Most of these apartment complexes are low-rise with a range of amenities. There are single family homes and a limited number of condos and townhomes for rent adjacent to Southside Place. Most area residents report a commute time of less than 25 minutes.
Visit Southside Place city government to learn more about this independent town. The McGovern-Stella Link Library of the Houston Public Library system is closest to Southside Place. Children living in the community attend schools operated by the Houston Independent School District.