Montrose is a primarily residential neighborhood located in Houston, Texas, United States. Established in 1911, the neighborhood is a demographically diverse area with renovated mansions, bungalows with wide porches, and cottages located along tree-lined boulevards. Montrose is a major cultural hub.
Montrose has been called the “Heart of Houston, the “strangest neighborhood east of the Pecos,” and was named one of the “ten great neighborhoods in America” in 2009 by American Planning Association.
Known for its Bohemian flavor, Montrose has a unique combination of 1920s mansions, modern townhomes, luxury condos, art museums, wine lounges, and hip restaurants.
Montrose is constantly in high demand due to its:
VIBRANT RETAIL: Montrose is constantly referred to as “One of Houston’s Most Walkable Neighborhoods.” The neighborhood houses numerous top ranked restaurants, boutique shops, dive bars, wine lounges, music bars, cafes and pubs. Other retail and entertainment hotspots (Rice Military, Galleria, and downtown) are all minutes away.
GREAT CULTURE: Home to art museums and festivals, Montrose is one of Houston’s cultural centers. The Menil Collection and the Rothko Chapel (both from John and Dominique de Menil) feature many pieces from world-renowned artists like Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, and Henri Matisse.
CENTRAL LOCATION: Montrose is centrally located within The Loop and is minutes away from key districts like downtown, Medical Center, and Galleria.
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