The Texas Medical Center employs about 100,000 people, and many live within a few miles. The neighborhoods of Southhampton, Southgate, West University Place, Boulevard Oaks, Braeswood Place, Knollwood Village, the Museum District, Upper Kirby, Montrose, and Midtown are all within an easy commute to the Med Center or downtown Houston. It is a vibrant, busy, exciting place to live and work, with an international population and people of all ages. These communities have excellent schools, public and private, great shopping, restaurants, bars, and Metro Rail. These older neighborhoods have traditions of gathering to celebrate, learn, enrich and embrace their communities with neighborhood meetings, events to raise money for beautification of the area, parades, picnics, and block parties. Professional sports facilities, Rice University, Hermann Park (Houston Zoo, Miller Outdoor Theatre, Golf Course, Houston Garden Center), plus all the museums, make this an area rich in cultural, athletic, and academic activities year round. Homes in this area can be a garage apartment, condo, duplex, single family, patio home, or townhome, and every price range is represented. There are homes that were built almost 100 years ago, and homes built this year. With all these attractions and amenities, you know this is a great place to live!
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