Over the past several decades, the remarkable growth of Texas' economy has lead to the city of Houston becoming the fourth-largest city by population in the country, and many prospective residents will find themselves checking out apartments in Braeswood Place as they begin their search for a new home.
This beautiful neighborhood on the western edge of the city is just outside the hustle and bustle of the downtown center, but in a very accessible area that will allow residents living in Braeswood Place apartments the chance to get to their favorite hot spots with ease. With Houston's thrilling nightlife and shopping opportunities, outdoor recreation and other amenities to enjoy, there's no shortage of things to do in this corner of the U.S. Here are a few reasons why new residents should choose a Braeswood Place apartment.
Sports fans who choose to move to Houston will have no shortage of great minor league and collegiate athletics to enjoy year-round, but professional sports are where it's at in Space City. The National Football League's Texans, Major League Baseball's Astros, Major League Soccer's Dynamo and the National Basketball Association's Rockets all call Houston home, so there will be no shortage of great action on the field, court or gridiron no matter what time of year it is.
Houston is landlocked, but it certainly doesn't get enough credit for how close it is to many of Texas' best beaches. Packing up the car and heading to Galveston, Texas, is a great option for single individuals and families. On the east side of the city is East beach, which is the state's largest beach and a great party area, while Stewart Beach on the west side is the family-friendly spot and alcohol-free zone. The beaches are open from March through October, which will give Braeswood Place residents plenty of chances to enjoy fun in the sun.
The city of Houston has a remarkably strong arts and culture scene, and that is certainly evidenced in the area's extensive Museum District. With popular offerings like the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Buffalo Soldiers' National Museum, Holocaust Museum Houston, the Rothko Chapel, the Houston Zoo and much more, there's a nearly endless amount of possibilities for residents to enjoy.