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Briargrove Park, Houston, TX

Over the past decade, Houston has grown by leaps and bounds to become the fourth most populous city in the U.S., and many residents who seek to start a new life in this area will begin by looking at apartments in Briargrove Park.

Sitting on the west side of Houston, Briargrove Park apartments will put new residents into a fabulous location that's just a stone's throw away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown center, as well as the many public parks and recreational areas that make this such a fantastic area to live in. Whether it's a family looking for a new home or a young professional looking to get his or her first apartment, Briargrove Park is a wonderful place to get started in Houston. Here are a few benefits of choosing to live in this part of town.

Take a tour of the Museum District
Whether new residents are looking for a day trip or a fun date idea, there's no shortage of great educational opportunities down in Houston's Museum District. There's a little bit of something for any academic or cultural taste, and some of the highlights include the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Rothko Chapel, the Houston Zoo, the Museum of African American Culture and much more. With an ever-changing list of exhibitions and new attractions, there's always something new to explore in the Museum District.

Catch a show at Miller Outdoor Theatre
The beautiful scenery of Hermann Park makes it one of Houston's most popular attractions, but between spring and fall, Miller Outdoor Theatre is what keeps residents coming back. The beautiful amphitheater is home to a series of concerts, dance, theater and children's performances throughout the venue's eight-month calendar, and best of all, all of these shows are free to the public.

Dive into Houston's collegiate sports scene
Houston has a bevy of professional sports teams that keep the city buzzing throughout the year, but the area is also home to a number of high-profile collegiate athletic programs. The Greater Houston area is home to four Division I colleges, including Texas A&M University, the University of Houston, Rice University and Texas Southern University. No matter what time of year it is, there's a good chance that there's a compelling sporting event coming up on the local athletics calendar!

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/