The Scoop Inside The Loop at Scotland Yard Houston Apartments


Apartment Living Inside the Loop!

shutterstock_230456347Houstonians who live inside the 610 Loop, which forms the inner web of commerce including Downtown, the Heights, the area around Rice University, and other such historic neighborhoods, can be notoriously proud about their prime living location. Scotland Yard Apartments is considered an affordable gem “Inside the Loop”, perfect for residents with or without a vehicle, thus creating a huge demand for its location.  Houstonians often classify an apartment or other landmark as being “inside the loop” simply meaning that it’s generally in the area between Interstate 10 and just south of Highway 59 and between 610 Loop/Houston Galleria area and Downtown Houston.  This area inside the loop contains a mixture of historical landmarks, museums, arts, sports arenas, and much more.  Another major plus is all of the fabulous restaurants, nightlife options and world class shopping located in this area.  Locals feel that living inside the loop is very convenient for a number of different reasons. You have easier access to major highways and experience less traffic in getting to areas like Downtown Houston and The Medical Center.  Scotland Yard’s unbeatable location makes the Inner Loop a perfect location to live, work, and enjoy life!

Events Near Southwest Houston ApartmentsHere are some great reasons to consider living “In the Loop” at Scotland Yard!

  • Proximity to Downtown and accessible from most points via the newly constructed METRO Rail.  METRO Rail and METRO Bus stops are walking distance to Scotland Yard’s front door.
  • NRG Stadium.  Home of the Houston Texans National football team and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.  Also located within walking distance of Scotland Yard Apartments.
  • Memorial Park, the largest urban greenspace in the Houston Metro area, containing a golf course, tennis courts, an aquatics center, and miles of running trails.
  • The Medical Center – the largest Medical Center in the World.  Enough Said!
  • Discovery Green is a beautiful, vibrant 12-acre park in the heart of downtown Houston that opened to the public in April 2008.  Offers eateries, playgrounds and water features for the young and the young at heart.
  • The 57th Annual Houston St. Patrick’s Day Parade! – Saturday, March 12th, 2016 at Noon-Rain or Shine!
    Theme:  Paint H-Town Green
    2016 Grand Marshal:
    The Honorable John B. Kane
    Honorary Consul General of Ireland
    The Houston St. Patrick’s Parade has always been a FREE event.  The two-hour parade has historically been one of the largest in the U.S. and each year includes over 100 entries to delight the Irish and Irish-at-heart.  The Houston St. Patrick’s Parade is presented by the Houston St. Patrick’s Parade Commission.Parade route:  The parade starts at the clock tower on Texas Avenue Downtown.  The reviewing stand is at the corner of Texas Avenue and Austin Street.  The parade ends at Lucky’s Pub located at St. Emmanuel and Rusk.  Lucky’s pub is next door to the BBVA Compass Stadium, home of our own Houston Dynamo Major League Soccer Club!  Opening day for the Dynamo is Sunday, March 6, 2016.