Homes for Sale in Washington Corridor
For much of Houston’s existence, Washington Avenue was the gateway to the city, running north & south from Westcott Street to Houston Ave. It’s been said to be the first paved street in Houston and, in the 20th century, served as both US 290 and US 90 for many years. Today is connects Sixth Ward Historic District, Rice Military and Camp Logan. The Washington area was recently revived in 2009, as dilapidated properties were torn down and replaced with multi-level townhouses and mixed-use developments. The area is attractive to many who like a short commutes to work, outdoor activities and nightlife.Spots Park is located at 401 South Heights Blvd. With the downtown skyline as its backdrop Spots Park offers sand volleyball, basketball and walking/bike trails. The electric neighborhood is one of Houston well known entertainment districts with an eclectic mix of lounges, pubs, wine bars and some of the most-loved restaurants in the city. After the sun goes down, catch a seat on The Wave—Houston’s first ‘jitney’ shuttle in more than 15 years. The taxi-bus concept enables riders to enjoy a fixed-route, fixed-rate shuttle within the night-life active Washington Avenue District, Midtown and the Heights.
Neighborhoods within the Washington Corridor are appreciating in value with price points for new and recent construction ranging from the mid-$300,000s to $800,000.
Washington Corridor Attractions
David Adickes SculptureWorx Studio
Kung Fu Saloon
Beaver Bar B Que – Monica Pope
Jenny Yoga @ Spring Street