The neighborhood in the past

A Historic Past

· A Vibrant Future ·

Neighborhood signage

Iconic Houston Heights

Steeped in history with a wealth of charm and a heart as big and welcoming as Texas itself, our iconic Houston Heights neighborhood is a true treat for the senses. Strolling down its tree-lined avenues is like stepping back into the past – beloved heritage sites, gorgeous red-brick buildings, and acres of beautiful parks and culture surround you.

Neighborhood walkway

Explore the New Houston

Highly walkable and always buzzing with activity, Houston Heights has transformed into one of the most popular districts in the city. Outdoor adventures are in reach while an urbanite’s haven awaits just outside your door. In fact, the Height’s best-kept secrets are its neighbors – and they could be yours. Eccentric galleries, food markets, a bounty of trendy restaurants, breweries, and vintage neighborhood bars are scattered throughout, here for you to explore and make your own.

· 19th Street ·

A thriving Houston jewel offering an eclectic mix of eateries and retail, such as Common Bond Café & Bakery, Verdine, JINYA Ramen Bar, and Hopdoddy Burger Bar.

· Down House ·

A hip dining spot for creative New American fare, locally sourced ingredients, and award-winning cocktails.

· Yoga Works ·

A world-class studio known for its hot yoga classes for beginners, intermediate, and advanced yogis.

· Heights Theater ·

A fully-restored early-1900s live music and performing arts venue famous for its neon marquee sign.