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Astrodome, Houston, TX

Apartments near the Astrodome in Houston, TX

For many who live in the city of Houston, Texas, the fabled Astrodome has been a point of pride, and it was widely considered to be the "Eighth Wonder of the World" when it opened in 1965. While the massive stadium still remains and its professional sports teams have moved elsewhere, apartments in Astrodome and the areas surrounding the large stadium are among the most highly sought-after areas in the city and are within range of many of the city's best attractions. For those looking for a fresh start or a great place to raise a family, looking into the neighborhood around the Astrodome would put them right in the center of the action.

A vibrant sports scene

Those who are looking for apartments near the Astrodome and have a deep interest in sports will find themselves in one of the best sports scenes in America, as well as a short distance away from the newer stadiums and arenas that have popped up in recent years. As home to four professional sports teams, four Division I athletic programs and a bevy of minor league squads, there's always something coming up on the Houston athletics calendar to satiate the taste of any sports fan.

Enjoy high velocity action at K1 Speed Houston

When those living in apartments in Astrodome are looking for some family fun or a great day trip, K1 Speed Houston is the place to go. The 50,000 square foot facility boasts one of the largest indoor go-kart tracks in Texas, and it is also the first all-electric karting facility in the city. With varying skill levels and karts that achieve speeds up to 45 mph, K1 Speed Houston is a fabulous choice for large-scale events or a day out with friends and family no matter what time of year or what's in the weather forecast.

Spend a day at Hermann Park

The city of Houston is renowned for its use of public park lands, and the very first park to be established in the area was Hermann Park. The park has a little bit of something for everyone, including picnic areas and walking trails, on-leash dog walking spaces, a public golf course, as well as being home to the Houston Zoological Gardens and an outdoor theater that regularly hosts plays and live music.

Additional Local Resources

Public Schools

http://www.houston.k12.mn.us/

Electric

http://www.sparkenergy.com/texas/houston-electricity

Water/Sewer

http://www.publicworks.houstontx.gov/