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The dynamics of Downtown Houston have changed considerably since 1998, thanks to some major new developments along with the restoration and revitalization of older buildings into residential properties, entertainment venues and imaginative workspaces. All of this has created an exciting and livable environment and drawn more and more people into the area.

During the 1980s, Downtown Houston's resident population increased from approximately 1,200 to 1,400. By 2001, the downtown area had added almost another 1,000 urban dwellers specifically due to loft renovation projects. In a survey by The Brookings Institution Center on Urban Metropolitan Policy and the Fannie Mae Foundation (November 1998), Houston's Downtown residential population is expected to quadruple by 2010, rising from 2,374 to 9,574. That increase was the largest projected among the 24 cities in their survey.

Downtown offers a wide variety of lifestyle options with loft and traditional high-rise condominium residences for purchase and for lease. Several developers have restored or are converting older, historic buildings such as the Bayou Lofts, Capitol Lofts, Commerce Towers, Franklin Lofts, Hermann Lofts, Keystone Lofts, Kirby Lofts, St. Germain and San Jacinto Lofts Downtown. On the popular East Side, an area formerly occupied by warehouses, developers are converting projects like Live Oak Lofts or building new projects such as The Stanford and Lofts at The Ballpark.

The central location and simplicity of high-rise and loft living remains a favorite choice for urban professionals, empty nesters, traveling families, reverse commuters and executives searching for the security, low-maintenance, and uncomplicated existence that it offers. These projects tend to be priced for the mid to upper income level range. Houston's vibrant Theater District, a 17-block area in the heart of Downtown, is home to eight world-class performing arts organizations, as well as a 130,000 square-foot entertainment complex with concert hall, restaurants, movies, plazas and parks. Downtown also includes a number of chic new hotels, Minute Maid Park, Toyota Center, Houston Pavillion, over 200 restaurants and clubs, shopping and entertainment, the fabulous new Discovery Green across from Houston's thriving Convention Center, and even more exciting development to come.

Clearly, for many, Downtown Houston is THE place to be.

Visit Lofts Houston for a comprehensive listing of currently available high-rise condos and lofts in Downtown Houston. From historical, authentic warehouse-style lofts to luxury "soft lofts" with modern amenities, Lofts Houston offers many options for those seeking the Downtown Houston lifestyle.

La dinámica del centro de Houston han cambiado considerablemente desde 1998, gracias a nuevas construcciones así como restauración y revitalización de edificios antiguos en propiedades residenciales, comerciales y de entretenimiento. Todo esto ha creado un interesante y habitable medio ambiente que atrae más y más personas en la zona.

Cerca del 1980, la población residecial en el centro de Houston aumentó aproximadamente de 1,200 a 1,400. Para el 2001, debido a intensos proyectos de renovación (Loft) casi agregó 1000 nuevaos habitants de las zonas urbanas. En una encuesta realizada por The Brookings Institution, Center on Urban Metropolitan Policy (Centro de Politica Urbana y Metropolitana de la Fundación Fannie Mae) (noviembre de 1998), se espera que la población cuádruplique para el 2010. Esta estimación de 2,374 a 9,574 representa el mayor aumento entre las 24 ciudades que participant en la encuesta.

El centro de la ciudad ofrece varias opciones de estilos de vida tradicional con loft y de gran altura para la compra o alquiler de condominios. Varios expertos en la construcción estan restaurando o convirtiendo edificios históricos como Bayou Lofts, Capitol Lofts, Commerce Towers, Franklin Lofts, Hermann Lofts, Keystone Lofts, Kirby Lofts, St. Germain y San Jacinto Lofts. En el popular lado Este del centro (un area anteriormente ocupada por almacenes) se están convirtiendo proyectos como Live Oak Lofts o construyendo nuevas viviendas como the Stanford y Ballpark Lofts.

La céntrica ubicación y la simpleza de vivir en condominios o lofts (desvanes) continua siendo la opción preferida para los profesionales urbanos, familias cuyos hijos se independizaron o quienes son transladados aguí por razones de trabajo. El vibrante Distrito Teatral de Houston, un area de 17 cuadras en el corazón del centro de la ciudad es hogar de ocho organizaciones de arte escenico reconocidas mundialmente. Así como 130,000 pies cuadrados de complejo de entretenimiento con salón de conciertos, restaurantes, cines, plazas y parques. El Centro también nos ofrece un buen número de nuevos y elegantes hotels, Minute Maid Park, Toyota Center, Houston Pavillion además de la innumerable cantidad de restaurantes y clubes, el fabuloso lugar de recreación “ Discovery Green” ubicado frente al centro de convenciones.

Evidentemente, para muchos, el centro de Houston es el lugar para estar.

Visite Lofts Houston para obtener una lista completa de las disponibles en la actualidad de gran altura condominios y lofts en el centro de Houston. Desde históricos y auténticas tipo almacén y lofts de lujo "para lofts blandos" con todas las comodidades modernas, Lofts Houston ofrece muchas opciones para aquellos que buscan un estilo de vida centro de Houston.

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