As one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, Houston’s Montrose has been through endless change resulting in today’s liberal, vibrant and eclectic neighborhood perfect for those searching for something truly unique. The area abounds with diversity and was even selected as one of the best neighborhoods for millenials and young professionals. Filled with top-ranked restaurants, boutique shops, and a variety of both culture and hotspots, you will feel right at home. Montrose is where it’s at!
A free art institution? Check. 160 Acre Park? Yep. Montrose residents and tourists can enjoy quirky shops, tattoo parlours, abundant coffee and dining options, along with a never-disappointing nightlife. Part of that nightlife are craft breweries, which Houston has began to excel at in the past few years.
And just when you thought this one-of-a-kind walkable neighborhood couldn’t get any better, you notice its location. Montrose is centrally located in the heart of Houston, making commutes short and the list of possibilities long. Is Montrose too good to be true? The only one way to find out is to visit.
Montrose’s approximate northern boundary is Dallas Street; the east boundary zig zags, made up mainly of Bagby, Burlington and Taft Streets; rounding the curve to make the southern boundary is US Route 59; the western boundary is South Shepherd.