Room enough for everyone, including your pet. Not many Houston apartments are pet friendly. But we understand they’re part of the family, and that man’s best friend deserves a place on the couch, on the rug, and maybe even at the table. Our pet friendly apartments in Houston are designed with you in mind.
Live life to the fullest. Of all the affordable apartments Houston has to offer, Vireo‘s floor plans are among the largest. In Vireo‘s apartments for rent, Houston will have everything you need to make the home you deserve: from the dishwasher to the extra storage closet.
Everything you need at your doorstep. Because there are so many apartments for rent in Houston, renters have to be diligent to get what they want. One thing that sets us apart is how close we are to shopping. As you live at Vireo, stocking the fridge and pantry won’t be an all-day affair.
With a 48-hour average repair request completion time, professionals take care of the maintenance of your home. Today is your time to relax and live in the confidence that our team will take care of everything. That’s why everyone raves about Vireo: we go above and beyond the other affordable apartments Houston has to offer.
A LOCAL GUIDE TO Houston, Texas
Houston is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in the United States. Surpassed only by New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, the city of Houston is home to home to more than 2.3 million people and the Metro area is home to almost 7 million. It is a vibrant and thriving city with lots to offer for everyone. The city itself is one of the worldwide leaders in the energy industry, while biomedical research and aeronautics are also thriving industries. The metropolitan area has been ranked no. 3 in the nation for “Best Places for Business and Careers” by Forbes Magazine.
History & Culture
The city of Houston has its roots in 1832. Founded by John Kirby Allen and Augustus Chapman Allen, the city was named after Sam Houston, the first President of the Republic of Texas. The city continued to grow over the years before becoming a center for the booming oil industry in the late 1800s. By 1939 it was the largest city in the state of Texas before growing dramatically during World War II thanks to shipping and oil. It is now a thriving metropolis of more than 7 million people in the metro area and a center for both industry and transportation.
Houston is crossed by several major Interstates such as I-10, I-45, I-69 as well as U.S. 90, U.S. 59, and the loop roads Interstate 610, Texas State Route 8, and Texas State Route 99. The city has an extensive bus service through the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County and a light rail service that opened in 2004. The light rail service is also rapidly expanding. George Bush Intercontinental Airport is one of the busiest airports in the country with service to dozens of domestic and international destinations.
The city of Houston is well known for its varied cuisine and within just a few miles of the Vireo you’ll find a wealth of tastes. La Cocina de Maria is a local Salvadorian restaurant that offers home cooked Hispanic flavors. If you are seeking creole cuisine We Got Wings & More is another local favorite. Captain Al’s Restaurant also offers authentic Chinese food and seafood.
Things to Do
As one of the largest cities in the United States, Houston has a wide variety of entertainment and recreational options. The Houston Astros of Major League Baseball recently won the World Series and are always well attended. The NASA visitor’s center is the home to the astronaut training facility and flight control complex. The Houston Museum of Natural Science is known for its renowned dinosaur hall and butterfly house. There also dozens of live music events, festivals, and more that visit Houston each year.