SOURCE: The Hanover Company

The Hanover Company

September 06, 2013 12:21 ET

New Houston Montrose Apartments a Success

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - Sep 6, 2013) - One of the most vibrant Texas neighborhoods recently welcomed a new neighbor. The Hanover West Gray Houston Montrose apartments have begun leasing and are approaching stabilization. The new apartments sit at the crossroads of Montrose cultural expression and River Oaks classical charm.

The Houston River Oaks apartments are part of an influx of new development spurred by Houston's strong economic growth. The River Oaks and Montrose areas have long been heralded as the epicenter of arts and music in Houston. Acclaimed restaurants and pedestrian-friendly streets have created one of the most desirable areas in Houston. 

"This is one of our most exciting new developments. The Montrose and River Oaks neighborhoods are both rich in culture and history," says Micah Hart, regional manager for The Hanover Company, which manages the Hanover West Gray luxury apartments. "These neighborhoods have always been desirable, but are now becoming key economic players with Houston's continued rapid growth."

Hanover West Gray is a unique development in the area, offering a mixed development setting to residents. The mixed development will place sought-after restaurants and retail shopping mere steps from these luxury apartments. Residents will also be minutes away from world-class entertainment and nightlife. River Oaks and Montrose are home to some of the top-ranked eateries in Houston, and are always the subject of praise by local publications. For more information on the community and living at the Hanover West Gray apartments, visit the Upper Kirby apartments website.

About Hanover West Gray
A development of new apartments Montrose Houston, Hanover West Gray is a new property opened in mid-2013. The luxury Upper Kirby apartments are managed by The Hanover Company. The Hanover Company is one of the most active private real estate in the United States. Hanover's luxury developments include nearly 38,000 units and 7.5 billion dollars in project costs.

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