Marquis Lofts on Sabine

150 Sabine St Houston, TX 77007 • From $140 Per Day
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly, Dog Friendly, & Pets Considered
  • Multi-Level Garage & Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

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About this property

Just a 15-minute drive from here, downtown Houston has a bevy of dining options with some that will expand your horizons and your palate. The cultural scene downtown is also vibrant and eclectic with the nationally renowned Houston Theater District rivaling its counterpart in New York as it brings some of the biggest names from Broadway to Texas. Head the opposite direction from downtown, and a two-minute walk takes you to Buffalo Bayou. This gorgeous waterway flows all the way to the Gulf of Mexico and, as it passes through this neighborhood, it offers the chance to kayak, rent bikes and pedal along its paths, or try out the Lee & Joe Jamail Skatepark. It’s a pretty amazing touch of nature for being in the heart of a metropolis.


Two Swimming Pools
Outdoor Grills
Fitness Center
Business Center
Bike Storage

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About Houston, Texas

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Houston's a mix of a laid-back, Chevy pickup and two-stepping town and high-octane, high-culture metropolis. When in Houston, relax in flip-flops, tour the museums and shopping, then chill out for a happy hour on a shady deck. Nightlife offers culinary and cultural delights – the gastro scene and theater district are nationally acclaimed. It's true, wealth from oil-and-gas defines much of the city's character, but Houston doesn't show any pretension. Houston's a place where a weeks (!) long rodeo and barbecue cook-off is the favorite reason for getting out.

Houston may be just behind Chicago in population, but its area is more vast than the entire state of New Jersey. Unique residential neighborhoods and pockets of restaurants and shops spread endlessly. You'll just stick to Downtown- the Museum District is the cultural heart; Upper Kirby and River Oaks offer upscale opportunities for shopping and dining; and Montrose boasts quirky shops and eateries. Washington Ave is the go-to burg for nightlife and the Heights has historic buildings to gander at. The town's primary attractions – NASA's Space Center and Galveston Island – require a 45-minute drive on I-45.

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