Houston Luxury Apartments | The Millennium High Street

As part of ReBuild Houston, a portion of the Lower Westheimer Corridor is slated for improvements. The Capital Improvement Plan project includes Elgin Street from Main Street to Bagby Street, and Westheimer Road between Bagby Street and Montrose Boulevard. An enhanced pre-engineering study will result in specific recommendations for these roadways.

Like all streets in Houston at one point or another, Westheimer will face construction.

Millennium High Street is located at 4410 Westheimer Rd. Apartment unit rental rates range from $1,470 to $3,000. Millennium High Street has 22 floorplans, ranging from 1 to 3 bedrooms. It is in the Afton Oaks/ River Oaks neighborhood in Houston and in 77027 zip code.

10503 Westheimer Rd - Houston TX - MapQuest

THE MILLENNIUM HIGH STREET is the newest Houston luxury apartments on Westheimer In 1895 Westheimer allowed Harris County to build a right-of-way for a road stretching from Houston to and ; this road became Westheimer Road.

Cross streets: Southeast corner WESTHEIMER & WESLAYAN

In Energy Corridor, with lot of frontage and visibility on the busy street of Westheimer, this is absolutely a gorgeous property. Upgrades worth of few hundred thousands! Currently leased by Texas Motorcars who has been in business at the location for more than 5 years. Lease began only 2 months ago. Please call for more details.

Property can be divided to accommodate multiple tenants.

Property has grandfathered parking and can use be used for parking requirement of 5.5 per GFA or less.

Offering higher cap rate than two closest properties on sale on westheimer.

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Cross streets: Northeast corner OF VOSS & WESTHEIMER


Come home, relax, and experience
everyday life at The Millennium High
Street, Houston's new luxury
apartments on Westheimer.

Enjoy complimentary fitness classes, the dog park, gas stoves and smart systems in your new home.
By the early 1990s, the Westheimer Street Festival had grown to an event that hosted as many as 300,000 attendees over a two-day period, requiring street closure on Westheimer for about half a dozen blocks and resulting in traffic jams for several blocks further in both directions. The festival had originally been a fairly anachistic[] and organic event, with no central organization. Realizing that an event of this size required professional management, the City of Houston took steps to ensure that there would be no Westheimer Street Festival in the absence of professional management. The principal step was an agreement with the to prevent the issuance of so-called 'picnic permits' within the blocks covered by the festival. The TABC agreed that they would only issue a single alcohol permit to the individual or entity holding a street closure permit from the city. The city then restricted the conditions for obtaining the permit: it would not be issued unless the applicant had taken out an insurance policy covering the event and hired sufficient clean-up, sanitation, and security to guarantee minimal impact on surrounding residences. Under these circumstances, the Westheimer Street Festival came under the control of The Westheimer Street Festival Corporation, as led by John Florez.The festival (as well as its current successor, The Westheimer Block Party) takes its name from , a thoroughfare in Houston which extends from approximately Bagby Street to the . At its near terminus, Westheimer Road passes for a number of blocks through . This area has acquired a reputation as Houston's '' enclave sometime between the end of and the 1960s. By the time of the Street Festival's inception, the Neartown area served as the social and geographic hub of Houston's Gay and Lesbian Community, as well as the focal point of alternative art and music within the City of Houston at large.Contact The Millenium High Street on Westheimer in Houston, Texas. If you are searching for the best apartments in the center of it all, look no further! Contact the Millennium High Street for details or to schedule a tour. We know you will be impressed.