Houston is a crowded city in the southeast of Texas. Houston is ranked as the 4th largest city in the United States of America and is Texas's largest city. There are many "must-haves'' when living in High-rise with a utility-rich lifestyle. However, including amenities with green space in high-rise condos is difficult. Living near a park is a good option for people and their furry friends. Therefore, a block or two of the home needs a garden within them. The mid-rise and high-rise define the latest motion of super buildings, and those buildings redefine the sky-high supposition of the 4th largest city in the USA.

The skyline of Houston is a mixture of luxury high-rises which are established, boutique mid-rises, converted loft, and condominium…

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The neighborhoods of Houston seem to offer a lot of things – amazing accessibility, short commutes, busy business centers, world-class retail, interesting culture, and palatable dining. However, if you are planning to move to Houston and live in a home that is affordable, more space, and accessible to schools and other essential facilities, it is important to learn about the suburbs and neighborhoods in this city.

Houston, Texas best neighborhoods

With this in mind, we have created a list of the 10 best Houston suburbs and neighborhoods.

  1. The Woodlands

    This suburb no doubt tops the list, mainly because of its high quality of living, good schools, and overall exceptional amenities. It is zoned to the Magnolia, Tomball, and Conroe Independent School Districts. It is also…

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Houston is a prominent city with a suave, Southern approach. It is the place of abundant activities and amusing sights. It gives recreations that suit the outdoor fanatics, complete family members, and art lovers – name it, you will find it.

Shoppers will have a great time in the massive Galleria. People will also enjoy the toned down Holocaust Museum Houston. Even those who are new to the place can also get the opportunity of learning the origin of Houston and familiarize the astronaut program of NASA at the Space Center Houston. Nature lovers will appreciate the prehistoric displays and dazzling butterflies featured in the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

Residents and travelers have so many reasons to enjoy this place.

How Houston Suits…

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Finding a house to call your own in Houston is certainly a challenging endeavor for anybody, especially for individuals who are not trained in looking for a good property. With a wide variety of good neighborhoods, architectural styles of home, school districts, and amenities, it is quite easy to get lost in the options available for decision makers who are searching for their best abode in Houston.

  1. Sugar LandSugar Land, Texas

This neighborhood may sound sweet and all, but there certainly is more to what this community has to offer. As a matter of fact, it is recognized as one of the most diverse areas in the US, and its growth is an evident year after year. One reason why a lot of people are attracted to this city is the fact that it offers a fast…

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Houston New Home Communities

Houston’s growing job market, countless corporate headquarters and diverse culture of ethnicities is a magnet for people relocating or seeking new challenges. The “City with No Limits” has seen new homes with modern features and resort-like amenities spring up, giving buyers several options to choose. Thanks to the city’s mild winters you’ll enjoy plenty of warm weather to get outside and explore.New Construction Homes for Sale in Houston

Here are some of the best new home communities in Houston. 


1. The Groves

The Groves is a pristine mater planned community that offers residents respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Residents have access to a resort-like swimming pool, fishing at the Fish Camp and picnic areas in the neighborhood parks.…

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In a new city, where you live determines your world. What you see from your window sets the rhythm of your day. In Houston, you can choose to be Galleria funky or Galveston relaxed. There are plenty of things to do in Houston, but choosing where to live in a new city sometimes seems like a crapshoot.

It can be difficult to determine the vibe of a neighborhood you’ve never been to. That’s why we’ve done it for you. We’ve set out to feature two attractions from each of the four major neighborhoods in Houston: Uptown, Galveston Beach, Montrose, and West Houston, in order to help you determine which you’d like to see from the window of your future condo.


Gerrald D. Hines Waterwall Park, Uptown

Imagine pulling aside the curtains of your Galleria…

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When a hankering for a great beer (and maybe a burger, too) sets in, there’s little that can stop it. So why not indulge? Here are some of the best places for a great beer in Houston, no matter what your taste.


Kind of a newbie on the Houston beer scene, Underdogs boasts two things above all others: The passion of the two ex-bartenders who own it (so they know what you like) and the cheapest craft pints in the entire city. Their bottled brews are also pretty wide-ranging, including a few rare labels that will keep your taste buds on their toes.

Down House

Don’t let the comparatively short list of taps fool you.  Down House is about quality over quantity, and you can be assured that the handful of taps contain only the best (usually…

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You might have heard a thing or two about the growth of the Houston area. Well, it’s no mere PR spiel, Houston’s growth is epic, and it’s not slowing down.

A recent report by the Houston Chronicle looked at raw Census data and found that, to no one’s surprise, the Houston area is second only to New York City in the number of residents it has added since last year. However, there are two factors to consider: One,  Houston’s city population has expanded at a slower pace in the past three years than those of Fort Worth, Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin, despite adding more total residents; two, Houston itself is not growing as fast as the rest of Harris County. It is, in fact, Houston’s suburbs that are recording the staggering growth of the region, helped…

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The Best Steakhouse in San Antonio 

Located just north of San Antonio in the tiny town of Bulverde sits one of the best steakhouses in Texas; The Tejas Steakhouse & Saloon. The saloon itself is practically a western art gallery expertly decorated in authentic western pieces, paintings, and memorabilia. Atmosphere aside, if you take one bite into their famous “KC Steak”, a few nibbles of their “Green Pepper Mac & Cheese”, or a sip of just about any drink you could imagine from their bar selection, it’s easy to see how they were named Best Steakhouse in San Antonio by both SA Magazine and USA Today. 

   As if the award-winning steakhouse wasn’t enough to make you want to drop what you’re doing, jam the family in the car, and head off into the…

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Ask many a person in Houston why it’s so great to live here and you will likely receive one of three answers: (1) because the weather is beautiful; (2) because you can golf at one of the city’s countless golf courses: and (3) you can golf at nearly any time of the year because the weather is beautiful!

Luxury homes in Houston are often surrounded by equally impressive golf courses, so finding a beautiful home in one of Houston’s many golf communities usually isn’t a problem. Here is just a sampling of some of the fantastic offerings that abound in Houston if you are looking for luxury, golf course community living!


As just of what seems to be a hundred master-planned communities in Houston, Greatwood has it all: a prime Sugar Land…

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