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Houston is a place of many names: Space City, The Big Heart, Bayou City, H-Town, Magnolia City and more. Each nickname represents a distinct aspect of Houston that describes its unique geography, culture, population and economy. Clearly, just by the array of titles Houston has earned, it is a place of variety. From a renown theatre and museum district to their sports arenas and assortment of shops to their culinary destinations and top universities to their technology driven economy, there is no doubt that Houston has it all. It is not the fourth most populous city in the nation for no reason, and is home to a variety of people for a variety of reasons.
New York is known for their theatre district, but Houston's lively theatre district comes in right behind them with the second most number of seats in a concentrated area. Houston's 17-block Theatre District consists of a cluster of nine performing arts organizations which include The Houston Grand Opera, Houston Symphony Orchestra, Houston Ballet, The Alley Theatre, The Bayou Place and more. Houston's rich history is reflected by their top museums like Houston Museum of Natural Science, Children's Museum of Houston, San Jacinto Museum, Monument and Battlefield. Another huge avenue of entertainment for Houstonians is their professional sports teams and arenas. Baseball fans cheer on the Astros at Minute Maid Park, while Reliant Stadium is full of passionate Houston Texans football fanatics. The Toyota Center is home to both the Rockets NBA team and also an up-and-coming hockey team the Aeros. Sports fans can't get enough of this city!
Houston truly wouldn't be the same without its appealing shopping centers. The city is most known for its upscale shops at the Galleria. However, there are places to shop for antiques and vintage apparel like The Heights or affordable modern day wear at Rice Village and Katy Mills Mall. Also, the restaurants are literally irresistible. This is a statistic proven by the fact that Houston residents eat out more than residents of any other city. Dine next to stingrays and exotic fish at the Downtown Aquarium or grab a cup of coffee in the morning or a beer after work at Khon's. Get a taste of Italy at Da Marco or Mexico at Los Dos Amigos. If you're in the mood for a burger, the wine bar, Plonk, actually serves some of the juiciest. Whatever your taste buds desire, one of Houston's 11,000 restaurants will hit the spot.
Houston has topnotch school districts, but their higher educational opportunities are what make this city shine. With over 40 places to pursue a degree, there is a place for every student. From their community colleges within the Houston Community College System to their public universities like University of Houston and Texas Southern University to their private institutions like Rice University, Houston Baptist University and University of St. Thomas, people will earn a distinguished education to launch their successful futures. Once they graduate, it wouldn't be surprising if they remain in Houston's thriving economy. Houston is home to the largest medical center in the world, Texas Medical Center as well as 23 Fortune 500 companies. They have also coined the title Energy Capital of the World due to having over 5,000 energy focused firms.
Houston is not only a great place to see performing arts, learn about Texas history, catch a sports game, shop till you drop, divulge food, earn an education, pursue a career and everything in-between. It is a great place to call home. If Houston is a match for your lifestyle, let New Home Source match you with an impeccable new home.
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