- Current Prices:$194,990 to $7,395,000
- Closed Prices:$115,500 to $4,700,000
- Median Sale Price:$432,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$220
- Association Fee Ranges:$0 to $1600/quarter,$0 to $2395/mo,$0 to $8796,$0 to $1565
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
- Age:1880 to 2022
- Sq. Ft.:448 to 11,475Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 8Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 9Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:0 - 1 acres
Where to Live
Memorial Park has become the luxury apartment haven of Houston. With plenty of new builds and even more locations under construction, there is no shortage of one, two and three bedroom apartments with all the trimmings. If you're looking for something with more permanence, townhomes have becoming increasingly common in the area. These often three-story structures are an example of how the modern home has evolved in Houston. Residents are less likely to find traditional one-story builds, but there are still some sprinkled throughout the area. Homes and apartments are more likely to be compact in this area, so if you're not a fan of neighbors this may not be the area for you.
Where to Eat
Be prepared for pop up food places in Memorial Park. In the last five years, the Washington Avenue corridor has becoming home to many interesting food places. If you're a fan of food trucks, there is a good chance you might find their brick and mortar location in Memorial Park. The eateries in the area are built for the happy hour crowd, with many offering after work specials on both food and drink. If you're a fan of enjoying your lunch or dinner on a patio, the Memorial Park has many options.
What You'll See
Memorial Park is typical a place where millennials and young professionals will put down their Houston roots. Because of this, it's a busier section of the city. During a typical day you will see people out and about, walking their dogs or takin advantage of the running, hiking and biking trails in the area. In this active section of the city, you're more likely to be comfortable in yoga pants or bike shorts on the weekend.
Friday Night Fun
The Washington corridor was once the city's prime place for nightlife. As boundaries and places have changed, there are still plenty of options for a Friday night out, but the scene is a little quieter than it used to be. If you like to dance, there are plenty of clubs that rock music all night long. During the day you may see a famed Pedal Party going down the street. This sixteen person bike is a great way to explore Memorial Park while having fun with friends. Brunch spots are in high demand, and many have outdoor screens so you can catch your favorite team play on the weekend.
The Perfect Sunday
The perfect Sunday will be spent in one of the three parks surrounding the area. Memorial Park is the largest, with over 1,400 acres of trails and nature. You will be in fine company if you decide to take a Sunday walk, run or bike in the park. Buffalo Bayou Park has a sprawling dog park so you and your four legged friend can have fun without fear of being separated. Spotts Park is a little smaller, but is the perfect place to play a game of pick up soccer or football with friends.
Fun nightlife • Luxury apartments with great pools and gyms • Brunch and dining spots within walking distance.
Locals Don't Love
The traffic on Washington Ave during rush hour • Buffalo Bayou and Waugh are prone to flooding.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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