Houston, TX

Come to Houston for the entertainment, culture, and and great living experience no matter your needs. This city has unique neighborhoods if you enjoy quiet, suburban living. If you prefer the excitement of city life, it's got that too. There's something for every personality in Houston.


  • Midtown
  • Montrose
  • River Oaks
  • The Heights
  • Uptown
  • Avenida Houston

Central downtown Houston is sometimes referred to by locals as “inside the loop” as it is located in the center of the city’s freeway system, being fully encompassed by the 610 freeway.  Besides the skyscraper-lined Skyline business district, downtown Houston has multiple, eclectic neighborhoods, offering a variety of fun activities from rooting on the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park to taking in a broadway play in one of the 8 performing arts venues of the Theater District to checking out the numerous bars located throughout the Main Street Corridor to strolling through the eclectic art galleries of the Warehouse district to fun shopping at the state’s oldest shopping center, the River Oaks Shopping Center to fine dining in Houston’s Historic District.  In central downtown Houston, families with any kind of interests or lifestyle preferences will find multiple ways to enjoy themselves.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • Theatre District
  • Museum District
  • Little Saigon
  • Skyline District
  • Chinatowns
  • Minute Maid Ballpark
  • Civic Center
  • Historic District
  • River Oaks Shopping Center
  • Texas Cultural and Arts Center

South Side

  • South Houston
  • Pasadena
  • Pearland
  • Brookside Village
  • Fresno
  • Sugarland

The predominantly African-American and Latino dominated “southside” is also home to Houston’s Jewish community, making this area of Houston one of its most ethnically diverse ones. South Houston is the home of country singer Kenny Rogers and rap artist Scarface.

Slightly to the east you’ll find small, eclectic neighborhoods with more diversity in ethnicity and socioeconomics, with larger, expensive homes further southwest toward the Bay Area. The Bay Area has more than 35 miles of waterfront and is known for great seafood, nature preserves and boating. Southeast Houston is also home to Rice University, Texas Southern University, University of Houston, Texas Medical Center and Chinatown, the second-largest Indochinese community in the U.S.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • NASA Space Center
  • Centennial Park
  • NRG Stadium
  • Houston Sports Park
  • Texas Southern University
  • Rice University
  • University of Houston

North Side

  • Aldine
  • Humble
  • The Woodlands
  • Spring
  • Houston Heights

Houston’s Northside features one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods, Houston Heights, the East Aldine District, the Greenspoint business district, multiple historical districts, the Woodlands Mall, the Woodlands Country Club and the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, a top-rated outdoor performing arts pavilion that features various festivals and the Houston Symphony throughout the year. The Northside’s “First Saturday” art market attracts local artisans, musicians, and plant vendors.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
  • Greenspoint
  • Woodlands Mall
  • Mercer Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
  • Sheldon Lakes State Park

West Side

  • Jersey Village
  • Cypress
  • Cinco Ranch
  • Katy

Houston’s Westside is perfect for those who love shopping as it is home to the Galleria, the largest shopping center in Texas. This retail-driven community features a mix of apartments, condos, lofts and suburban-development housing and is a popular neighborhood for young professionals and young families. Many restaurants and shopping venues  can be found along the area’s Memorial Drive. Also, on Memorial Drive is Energy Corridor where many oil companies have facilities. The Uptown neighborhood features the famous Williams Tower and Houston’s second-largest business district, housing the headquarters and subsidiary locations of Fortune 500 companies, high-end retailers, and local and international fashion designers.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • Greenway Plaza Business Center
  • Lakewood Church
  • Galleria Mall
  • Memorial Drive Energy Corridor
  • Williams Tower
  • Houston Arboretum and Nature Center

East Side

  • Baytown
  • Highlands
  • Channelview
  • Crosby
  • Sheldon

Houston’s Eastside is an outdoor lover’s paradise with nature preserves, parks and beaches to enjoy.  Those who enjoy sports can enjoy watching professional men’s and women’s soccer. The Eastside is also full of art and culture as well as house a couple museums that will satisfy the desires of any history buff. The East End’s Farmer’s Market is one of the largest in Houston and provides a fun environment to create a sense of community. This area is popular for young families and young professionals because of its proximity to downtown and its more affordable housing.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • East End Houston Cultural District
  • Houston Dash and Dynamo Soccer-Avenida De Las Americas
  • East End Farmer’s Market
  • Canal Street Gallery
  • Battleship Texas State Historic Site
  • Sylvan Beach Park
  • Military Museum of Texas

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The massive 627 square mile Houston area, is home to two airports and has been recognized as the most ethnically diverse city in the U.S.

Houston also has a thriving business center with offices of numerous multinational corporations, is home to one of the largest medical centers in the state.  With great opportunities also comes beautiful scenery and plenty of space to roam and play. Houston has been names the Greenest City in the South, with its 50,000 acres of park space that includes the 8,000 acre George Bush Park. Houston is home to multiple sports teams: the Houston Rockets (basketball), Houston Astros (baseball) and Houston Texans (football). The city’s Museum District and Theater District are popular attractions as well.

You’ll love your time here, and temporary relocation is simple and easy with complete, furnished apartments in Houston, Texas. Whether you’re moving here for a short assignment or looking at an extended stay while visiting friends and family, Residology simplifies the entire process. All you have to do is unpack, stock the fridge, and start enjoying everything this great city has to offer.

Our goal is to provide a positive and healthy environment for each and every guest for a fraction of what a hotel stay would cost. We have some of the best locations available at affordable prices, but we also have detailed knowledge of the local area, so we can help you choose the neighborhood that meets your needs and even recommend some fun things to do while you’re here.

Take a look at our complete list of included amenities and check out our FAQ for detailed information on pricing. Reserve your apartment today and save yourself a lot of time, money, and stress. If you’re not quite sure if you’ll be in Houston or how you can find temporary housing in Austin TX, the Rio Grande Valley, or another incredible area of Texas, we’re always here to help no matter where you’re headed.

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