Surge Homes begins development of Museum BLVD, a new, affordable condominium community in Houston’s prestigious Museum District neighborhood with homes that range from the $140s to the $340s. Prospective home buyers can purchase a certificate through Surge Homes’ VIP Reservation Program, which provides them the opportunity to secure priority of a home when they are released for final sale in a few months. Located at 4819 Caroline Street, Museum BLVD is an $11 million, 50-condominium, mid-rise development, located in close proximity to the cultural and recreational amenities of the Museum District. Buyers can choose between lofts, one-and two-bedroom homes, and penthouses with large terraces and skyline views that range from 420 square feet to 1,099 square feet and include private, reserved parking in the gated garage on the building’s first floor. Homes are priced from the $140s to the $340s, which are in contrast to the median home values of $745,000 in the Rice/Museum District market area, as cited by the Houston Association of Realtors.
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