Boulevard at Deer Park

401 W Pasadena Blvd Deer Park, TX 77536 • From $120 Per Day

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  • One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Laundry In Unit

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About this property

Located in Deer Park ISD and minutes away from shopping, dining, and entertainment options, our community offers a world of opportunity in the heart of Deer Park, TX. Features like walk-in closets and wood-style flooring will make you proud to call any of our spacious one, two, and three-bedroom apartments home.Convenience to Beltway 8, Pasadena Freeway, and major employers like San Jacinto College and Port of Houston Authority makes your everyday commute a breeze. And when you’re considering your weekend plans, you have plenty of options nearby. Treat yourself to some retail therapy at Deer Park Station, spend a sunny afternoon outside with the family at Dow Park, or tee off with golfing buddies at The Battleground Golf Course.

Property Location

About Webster, Texas

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Webster is a city in Harris County, Texas, in the Houston metro area. Founded in 1879 by James W. Webster as Gardentown, it was established originally as a colony for settlers from England. Eventually railroads were built running through the area.

In 1903, the Houston Chamber of Commerce invited Seito Saibara to come to Texas to teach farmers how to grow rice, which at the time was an important cash crop. Saibara settled in the area and brought a small farming community of Japanese Christians, which became the foundation of the rice industry on the Gulf Coast.

In the 1960s the National Aeronautics and Space Administration built the Manned Spacecraft Center (now known as the Johnson Space Center) nearby, and development quickly ensued, and the town's population blossomed. Today, Webster is a bedroom community adjacent to the Clear Lake Area and its tech industry.

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