The Heights Movers

The charming, historic Heights sits right outside of Downtown Houston. Founded in the 1880s as a streetcar suburb, the Heights was annexed into the city in 1919. The Heights became a place of industry after World War II, and its population declined. Since the 90s young professionals and artists have revived the area, bringing upscale homes amid the historic homes for which the area is known. CNN Money ranked the Heights as the 4th of the Top Ten Big City Neighborhoods. Many of the houses in the Heights are historic, donning the architectural styles of Queen Anne, Craftsman, and Victorian. Two homes, designed by George Barber, are still standing, right on Harvard and Heights Blvd.

The Houston Independent School District (HISD) serves the families of the Heights. The community has elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools, and there are also two charter schools and three private schools.

Known as the most walkable neighborhoods in Houston, residents enjoy hopping from shop to shop on foot or traversing the Heights Hike and Bike Trail. The Heights boasts excellent shopping with antique, home décor, vintage clothing, and art shops. The Heights Mercantile opened in 2021 as a market district near Donovan Park. Charming architecture, unique shopping opportunities, and more sit along the Heights Bike Trail. Residents enjoy the First Saturday Arts Market with live music, crafts, and more.

The Heights Moving Services we provide:

Getting around the heights, including knowing those one-way streets, is a breeze for our team. We have been helping residents of the Heights with their moves for several years. Call Blue Ox Moving & Storage today for your free and fair moving estimate in the Heights performed by professionals backed by a company with a long history and stellar reputation. Compile your inventory list and all details and special requirements needed for your move.

We enjoy serving our neighbors in the Heights and can’t wait to help you.

The Heights Resources

Police Department
61 Riesner St, Houston
Texas 77002
(713) 247-4400

Fire Department
500 Jefferson, 17th Floor
Houston, Texas 77002
(832) 394-6700

School District
4400 West 18th St.
Houston, Texas 77092
(713) 556-6000

Heights Association
107 West 12th Street
Houston, Texas 77008
(713) 861-4002

Chambers of Commerce
2050 N. Loop W, S. 203
Houston, Texas 77018
(713) 861-6735

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