| ||Efficiency||1 Bedroom||2 Bedroom||3 Bedroom||4 Bedroom|
|# Communities Offering:||70||300||304||114||6|
|Effective Rent per Sq.Ft.|
Most Expensive - Inner Loop
Least Expensive - Inner Loop
Largest - Inner Loop
Smallest - Inner Loop
Looking for Inner Loop apartments in Houston?
Those looking to move to "The Loop," the part of Houston surrounded by Loop 610, have a widespread area of living to choose from. There are many neighborhoods located inside the Loop, some of which include the Heights, Bellaire, River Oaks, Medical Center, West University, and Downtown. The Heights, Bellaire, and River Oaks are all neighborhoods that have their own twist.
While River Oaks is known for its houses (mansions) that start at $400,000, the Heights' homes are along the quainter Victorian-style. Bellaire's homes are largely circa 1950s, although recent development in the area means more modern homes in an inner-city type setting.
The Medical Center and Downtown are both areas that largely produce apartment buildings that house individuals who work in the immediate area. West University is a bedroom community nicknamed "The Neighborhood City," due in large part to the upper-middle class families it serves.
Living inside the Loop allows commuters access to the Houston Metro Bus System, which operates 1,211 buses, and the Houston MetroRail, a light rail system spanning 7.5 miles with 16 stops. Both services provide residents a rest-easy commute and help to clear congestion on the major surrounding highways.
Residents can also use these services to access places such as Reliant Park, an entertainment park with four different venues: Reliant Stadium, Reliant Center, Reliant Arena, and Reliant Astrodome. Football fans can catch a Houston Texans game at Reliant Stadium, or walk right next door to the Reliant Astrodome for a view of the Houston Astros. The park is also host to rodeos, concerts, and other special events.
Perks of the Inner Loop also include having quick access to Downtown. There, residents can partake in trendy shopping at unique boutiques, take in shows in the arts district, or dine in up-and-coming restaurants.