The Spruce Collective is about engaging in the community around you, and enhancing your rental living experience
Our properties are located in downtown, urban core areas and are predominately older buildings. Each property exudes its own unique charm and our residents are a diverse group, ranging from young professionals to hip empty nesters. Each resident gets access to The Spruce Pass, providing you access to a wide range of local restaurants, shops, retail stores that make up your community.
- The Space: physical elements of each building
- The Interaction: rental process and engagement with residents (both prospective and existing)
- The Local Connection: foster community within the neighborhoods we live in, and contribute to that community via The Spruce Pass
- The Earth: sustainability focused operations
- The Value: offering residents amenities and perks they will actually use, not just bells & whistles
The Spruce Pass Concept
Introducing the Spruce Pass
tHE SPRUCE PASS IS YOUR KEY TO A NETWORK OF LOCAL RETAIL PARTNERS WHO OFFER SPECIAL DISCOUNTS AND SPECIALS TO OUR RESIDENTS. tHIS PARTNERSHIP IS DESIGNED TO CREATE MORE VALUE FOR RESIDENTS AND ENCOURAGE SMALL COMMUNITY BUSINESSES
The neighborhoods we call home
Our two properties are situated in Houston’s lively Montrose and Upper Kirby Districts. The first building, 3602 Garrott St in Montrose, is a colorful, contemporary building located in one of the city’s most pedestrian friendly locations. It is within short walking distance to St. Thomas University and placed in between the Texas Medical Center, Rice University and the Downtown Core. These universities and hospitals add to the abundance of life and represent everything that is right with Houston. Montrose and the adjacent Midtown neighborhood are cultural and social centers of the city. This makes the district one of the most dynamic and desirable areas in Houston. Given the vibrant make up of the area, Montrose is a particularly attractive area for recent graduates and millennials. In addition to young people, Montrose is considered by many to be the neighborhood du jour for the city’s LBGT community.
Upper Kirby District
Our second building, 2322 Richton, is within 1 mile east in Upper Kirby. This Upper Kirby building is a go to spot just steps from St Thomas University, a Whole Foods Market, and other attractive commercial experiences. Upper Kirby was originally settled by American businessman John Henry Kirby, and the area is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Walking the streets in Upper Kirby, one is transported back in time. Stroll past the famous Alabama Theater (now, a Trader Joes, for some goodies)! Upper Kirby is also home to the city’s most diverse food scene, described by some as having a “variety of ethnic restaurants for the adventurous.” 2322 Richton, in “Upper Kirby is a network of neighborhoods mingling hand-in-hand with new urban/mixed-use developments and major economic centers. Nestled just minutes away from Greenway Plaza, Downtown, The Galleria, Upper Kirby sits amidst some of Houston’s most affluent and established residential neighborhoods.” [upperkirbydistrict.org] The property’s exceptional location lends to its extremely high Walk Score of 89, which makes it stand out in the Houston.