Real Estate

What Apartments Can You Rent for Your Budget?

With Houston’s average rental price at $1,000 a month, how far will your money go?

By Roxanna Asgarian February 5, 2016 Published in the February 2016 issue of Houstonia Magazine


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Image: 91Fifty

What: One bed/one bath
Where: 91Fifty, a new complex off of Highway 290 and Highway 6 in Copperfield
Amenities: Each 750-square-foot apartment features stainless steel fixtures, walk-in closets and track lighting. The complex, a short drive from the Energy Corridor, has a pool, an exercise room and a clubhouse.


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What: One bed/one bath
Where: Alexan Heights, the new complex of one- and two-bedrooms on Yale Street
Amenities: The 650-square-foot units include stained-wood floors, stand-up showers with rain showerheads, walk-in closets and granite or quartz countertops. In addition to the pool, clubhouse and shared kitchens, there’s a dog park and pet spa.


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What: Two bed/two bath
Where: Venue Museum District, a six-story mid-rise with two additional levels of parking
Amenities: The 1,400-square-foot apartments with artistic names (the “Dalí” is a two bed/two bath clocking in at $2,900) feature open plans with high ceilings, oak floors, built-in desks and bookshelves, and six-foot soaking tubs with separate showers. Residents have access to a 24/7 concierge, “bark park,” fitness center and sports lounge with flat-screen TVs.


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What: Two bed/two-and-a-half bath penthouse
Where: One Park Place, a 37-story downtown high-rise
Amenities: Residents enjoy 5-star, round-the-clock concierge services including delivery from area restaurants. A 3,525-square-foot penthouse here includes four walk-in closets, high ceilings and panoramic skyline views.

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