The wonderful blend of new and old neighborhoods and the short commutes to major job markets such as The Galleria, Greenway Plaza, The Texas Medical Center, and downtown attract residents to the inner loop area.
Known as the hub of the Houston art scene, the inner loop provides its residents with convenient access to the Museum District, which includes the Museum of Natural Science, Museum of Fine Art, The Children's Museum, and the Cockrell Butterfly Center. Host to a variety of flora and fauna, residents can enjoy hundreds of acres of natural preserves and parks, such as Memorial and Hermann Park, as well as the Buffalo Bayou Hike & Bike Trail.
The inner loop neighborhoods reflect the diversity which makes Houston an ideal place to call home. From the quaint small town town-feel of areas like Bellaire, West University, or The Heights, to the vibrant, eclectic areas of Midtown, Montrose, EaDo and Rice Military, the Inner Loop offers something for everyone.
Housing options abound inside the loop. Pre-WWII single family homes stand alongside duplexes, fourplexes, new construction, bungalows, and townhomes. Condos and multifamily options are available throughout the area, making the lock and leave lifestyle that appeals to so many "inner loopers" a breeze.
Walkability and access to public transportation means residents of the inner loop neighborhoods are never too far from everything from coffee houses to a Broadway-quality production. Feel the pulse of Houston and be part of all the action in the inner loop.