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Overview of University Place

University Place is a quiet neighborhood in Houston, TX. It's known as a bedroom community for professionals who work in the downtown area. University Place Houston is also known for its street names, which take after academics, poets, and universities from around the world. University Place has an upper-class, luxurious feel and is populated mostly by married couples. Nearly half of the families in the community have children under the age of 18. If you're looking for a quiet, safe, and health-conscious place to rent an apartment, then University Place is a wise choice.

University Place Apartments

The average rent price for studio apartments in University Place Houston is $750. A one bedroom, one bathroom unit averages $1175. Two bedroom, one bath apartments average $1,550 for monthly rent. Most of the rental units in the neighborhood offer amenities such as an on-site fitness center; gated or secured parking; gated or secured access; hardwood flooring; washer and dryer hook-ups; guest parking; cable-ready and wireless internet-ready wiring; and air conditioning. The majority of units offer kitchens with newer, full-sized appliances including garbage disposals.

Dining & Entertainment in University Place

This community offers a wide variety of restaurants including coffee shops and Tex-Mex foods. For entertainment, you'll enjoy many nearby options for professional sporting events, theater, shopping, and cultural events. University Place Houston is just minutes away from the Galleria area, The Heights entertainment area, the Houston Zoo and Houston Museum District, and the world-class Medical Center. There are many outdoor and indoor public recreational facilities including the West University Place Recreation Center and the Huffington Park, which feature picnic areas, playgrounds, basketball courts, and paved walking paths.

Pet Friendly University Place Apartments

Most of the apartments in University Place Houston that are available for rent are pet friendly. Some communities may charge an additional deposit or monthly fee for pets such as cats and dogs. There are several independent veterinarians and veterinary hospitals in the area, including Sunset Boulevard Animal Clinic and West U Veterinary Hospital. The community also features dozens of dog groomers such as Scrub-A-Dub Dog Wash and Spa Dog, which also offers mobile grooming services for your convenience. To get out and enjoy a game of catch with your pooch, you'll be able to visit parks such as The Dog Bowl Park and T.C. Jester Park, which offer dog runs and doggie water fountains. Just be sure to keep your dog on a leash to abide by the city's leash laws.

Commuting From University Place

Residents of University Place who prefer to drive to work face an average 27 minute commute to the downtown area of Houston. The area is also serviced by the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas (METRO) bus line system. Many residents find the public transportation system to be slow and frustrating, especially for cross-town trips. Another option for commuting is biking; the city offers many bike paths and the mild climate throughout the spring, summer, and fall allows for this cost-effective and healthy option.

University Place Schools & Education

The West University community is serviced by the Houston Independent School District. Public schools located within or near the community include West University Elementary School, Pershing Middle School and Lamar High School. The Rice School is a charter school in the area and the Gabriela Mistral Early Childhood Center offers education to children as young as 3. The only private school in the community is a kindergarten through eighth grade parochial center, St. Mark's Episcopal School. The Houston Community College System services post-secondary educational needs.