Palm Bluff Place

1825 Billy G Webb Dr Portland, TX 78374 • 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
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Palm Bluff Place, the newest premier, luxury apartments in Portland offers a serene park-like setting in a residential community with easy access to entertainment, restaurants, shopping, schools and businesses. We offer one, two, and three bedroom apartments in an array of floor plans, all with their own unique charm and features. Our apartment homes include washer and dryer equipped utility rooms in every unit, walk-in closets and private patio or balcony areas perfect for entertaining. In addition, our community offers direct access garages in select homes, stainless steel appliance packages, modern wood-grain finishes, and granite counter tops. Experience unparalleled luxury and best-in-class service at Palm Bluff Place.

Amenities

Fitness Center
Swimming Pool
Clubhouse
Lounge
Business Center

Property Location

About Corpus Christi, Texas

Learn About This Location

Known simply as Corpus, the 'city by the bay' is a growing and energetic place. Its attractions warrant a visit and its perpetual sunny weather is beguiling.

Spanish explorers named the bay after the Catholic holy day of Corpus Christi in 1519, when Alonzo Álvarez de Piñeda encountered its calm waters. The town was established in the early 1800s and took the name on as well. Growth was slow at first, due to yellow fever and a hurricane in 1919. However, with the construction of Shoreline Blvd and the deepwater port, combined with the WWII boom, Corpus grew rapidly. Although the downtown is somewhat sleepy and away from the water, the city does well attracting large conventions and meetings with the vast American Bank Center.

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