Search all of the newest Midtown homes for sale & real estate in Houston, TX below! The late 1990s saw a resurgence in retail, commercial, and residential properties. It was now under the Midtown Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone. Here are more features that make Midtown’s real estate listings popular with residents. For information about Midtown properties for sale in Houston, or to schedule a home showing, contact your Houston real estate experts today.
Modern, 20th. Floor Penthouse In The Heart Of Downtown Houston. Enter The Penthouse Main Foyer To Find 12’ Ceilings With Views Of Downtown And Beyond. Three Bedrooms, Spa Like Bathrooms And Open Kitchen Includes Italian Cabinets, S/s Bosch Applian...
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
1211 Caroline St Unit 1903, Houston, Texas - $1,590,000
Spectacular Night Views! Arguably One Of The Best Views And Locations In Downtown Houston! Contemporary Penthouse In The Prestigious Marlowe High-rise. Located In The Heart Of The Central Business District, With Views Of Downtown And The Surroundi...
Realty ONE Group, Experience
915 Franklin St Unit 9f, Houston, Texas - $1,170,000
This Historic Southern Pacific Railroad Bldg Was Converted Into A Stunning One-of-a-kind Contemporary Property With Exposed Ductwork That Complements The Industrial Feel Of The Building. The Loft Was Completely Gutted, Previously #9e And 9f Conver...
Nan & Company Properties
2000 Bagby St Unit 15400, Houston, Texas - $1,100,000
Exquisite Penthouse Unit Located In The Heart Of Midtown And On The Edge Of Downtown With Exceptional Views From The 48x16 Foot Terrace!. Offers 15 Foot Ceilings Throughout The Unit For A Contemporary Feel. Farmhouse Sink, 4 Head Carrara Marble Sh...
Sophisticated And Contemporary In Design, This Highly Unique Gated Residence Is Quietly Secluded, Yet Located In The Heart Of Houston’s Downtown Studio Warehouse District. Amazing Craftsmanship Throughout, This Property Is Comprised Of Three Buil...
Compass RE Texas, LLC
1211 Caroline St Unit 1806, Houston, Texas - $850,000
This Marlowe's Nicholson Unit Is The Last Of Its Kind! The Only Remaining Unit That Gives You The Feeling Of A Penthouse, This Also Remains As The Last Developer Owned Unit For Sale. The Combination Of Designer Interior Finishes And Direct Connect...
Spectacular Downtown Living On The 22nd Floor In This Luxurious, Historic High-rise. Prime Unit Centrally Located And Beautifully Finished With Wood Floors, Granite, Wet Bar, Large Living Area And An Open Floor Plan. Features A Spacious Primary Be...
Keller Williams Realty
1211 Caroline St Unit 1105, Houston, Texas - $650,000
Fantastic 11th-floor High Rise Condominium Located In The Heart Of Downtown Houston, Just Steps Away From The Toyota Center, House Of Blues, Discovery Green And So Much More. Beautiful Interior With Hardwood Floors, Pedini Cabinets, Bosch Applianc...
1211 Caroline St Unit 1305, Houston, Texas - $575,000
Marlowe Is Downtown’s Newest Luxury High-rise! Once The Model Unit And The Most Coveted Floor Plan, 1305 Is Gently Lived In And In Pristine Condition! This Home Boasts Soaring 10’ Ceilings With 10’ Walls Of Glass For The Perfect Downtown Views. Ch...
Compass RE Texas, LLC
1211 Caroline St Unit 1701, Houston, Texas - $550,000
Downtown's Most Luxurious Condo Building. Come And Experience The World Class Amenities At Marlowe. This Two Bedroom 2.5 Bath Unit Boasts 10ft Floor To Ceiling Windows, Bertazzoni Range, Bosch Appliances, Hardwood Floors In Living Areas, Pedini Ca...
Champions Real Estate Group
1211 Caroline St Unit 1703, Houston, Texas - $525,000
Marlowe, One Of The Newest Luxury High-rise In The Heart Of Houston Downtown, 2 Bedrooms , 2 Bathrooms, Gorgeous Unit With Private Terrace. Modern Touches, Chef's Kitchen Appliances, Refrigerator, Washer And Dryer Included. Master Bedroom Closet H...
Martha Turner Sotheby's
1211 Caroline St Unit 902, Houston, Texas - $519,000
Unique, Sleek And Features One Of A Kind Oversized Terrace And Storage Unit Included! This Condo Sits On The 9th Floor With Pool View And Fantastic Outdoor Space. Barely Lived-in With Spacious Hallway And Abundant Natural Lighting From The 10’ Flo...
Midtown grew exponentially in the 1940s as the oil industry prospered. Its growth was briefly halted by the declining oil industry as many homeowners/employees relocated to other employment centers. In the 1970s, Midtown underwent a significant rebirth at the hands of Vietnamese and Vietnamese Americans.
Midtown Homes & Real Estate for Sale
Midtown homes for sale in the area include the now common townhomes and condos. The townhomes feature multi-level constructions with 3 bedrooms and bathrooms. Extra features include 2-car garages, roof decks, terraces, front and back yards, high ceilings and a gated entry. The townhomes offer privacy similar to stand-alone and single-family units. Many of Midtown’s newer developments feature restaurants and retail shops on the ground floor with apartments above. The townhomes are popular with residents working in the city due to their great value, and proximity to countless amenities.
Midtown has so much going on and is one of the more popular areas for young professionals to live. The area comprises the neighborhoods south and west of downtown, east of Montrose Blvd, and north of Highway I-59. Residents have easy commutes to Downtown, the Medical Center and Reliant Stadium, thanks to the MetroRail.
Midtown’s location is near several major educational institutions. They include the University of Houston and Texas Southern University. The Houston ISD serves the area with local public schools. Several private facilities are also present in the area.
The neighborhood’s mixed-use urban layout provides residents with numerous entertainment options right at their doorsteps. Due to its Vietnamese history, Midtown is home to several banh mi and Pho restaurants. They include Kim Tai and Thien An Sandwiches.
Midtown real estate market can be tricky for home buyers to navigate. Proximity to freeways affects home resales. The busy roads also expose residents to noise and street parking issues.
The subdivision of Midtown consists of different neighborhoods between Allen Parkway, and Highway 59. In 1994, Midtown was declared a Tax Increment Finance District. This ushered in major renovations and new developments in the area. The neighborhood is becoming one of Houston’s most culturally distinct places. With a flourishing mixed-use community and pedestrian friendly streets, Midtown Houston is the ideal place to live, work, play, and invest.
Midtown Subdivision Homes
In the early 1900s, Midtown began its growth as a residential neighborhood. Large single-family Victorian homes some which still stand today served the oil and refinery company, employees. The subdivision went on a decline in the 1980s when oil production decreased. But the once sleepy neighborhood is witnessing a resurgence in developments in recent years. Subdivision homes for sale are a mix of both old and new. Real estate listings include townhomes, single and multi-family homes, and stylish apartments.
Luxury upscale condos and lofts are also common. The luxury buildings amenities come with rooftop decks with skyline views, swimming pools, fitness centers, and reserved parking for residents. If you’re searching for a home that is a short distance from Downtown but has a serene neighborhood, Midtown is the perfect choice for you.
A major benefit of buying property in Midtown is the location. This is due to proximity to the main business district of Inner Loop Houston. The homes are a short drive from museums and other key attractions. The MetroRail station within the neighborhood makes commute a snap. You can also walk from your home to retail centers, sidewalk cafes, restaurants, parks, and clubs in the pedestrian friendly streets.
The Houston ISD serves the homes of Midtown. Nearby schools include MacGregor Elementary School, Gregory-Lincoln Education Center, and Reagan High School.
Midtown real estate market can be tricky for home buyers. Proximity to freeways can hurt property resales while major thoroughfares expose residents to noise and street parking issues. The neighborhood lacks zoning as some homes are built next to bars and restaurants.
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Listing information last updated on May 13th, 2021 at 12:55am CDT.