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Capture Your Zen at Alexan River Oaks

Capture your next Zen at Alexan River Oaks with comfortable apartment features and friendly community amenities. Our luxury apartments may be at the heart of uptown Houston, but we have plenty of exciting attractions for nature enthusiasts. If the sun is high and the skies are clear and blue, there are dozens of parks, nature preserves, and forests to explore close to home. Of course, your desirable Alexan River Oaks address offers plenty of local dining, shopping, and entertainment perks you can explore your first weekend here. So come home to better living today!

The Houston Arboretum & Nature Center

The Houston Arboretum is one of Houston’s biggest and most vibrant attractions. Its 155 acres are home to hundreds of local and international foliage worth getting to know. There is also the beauty of local wildlife making their home in this Houston gem. Best of all, it’s only three miles away from our luxury apartments. So you can drive or hop a bus there in no time. 

Venture Through Texas Wildlife

With thirteen trails to explore, the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center offer many wonderful sights to enjoy. So grab a good pair of walking shoes and learn about Texas flora and fauna. Admission is free; even Fido can join in on the trail or in tiled buildings. There are also plenty of spots for taking fantastic pictures, so snap away.

Events for All Ages

The Houston Arboretum keeps its calendar full, so there’s always something new to experience on every visit. Guests can enjoy wine tasting during the Arboretum at Night parties, while kids can join Boy and Girl Scouting programs or Spring Break camp for fun adventures. When you want to relax and let someone else do the planning, take a break at the Houston Arboretum and let the professionals handle it.

Capture your Zen at Alexan River Oaks and discover the serenity of upscale luxury apartment living. Visit our Houston luxury apartments and the Houston Arboretum today.