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‘Hard-Hat Tour’ of Parc at Midtown Draws Current and Future Homeowners


More than 130 guests attended the Surge Homes “hard-hat tour” of its highly successful community, Parc at Midtown. Amidst the ongoing construction of the development – hence the hard hats – a dozen homes showing various floor plans were open for the tour.

Six of Houston’s very first micro condos, one of which was fully furnished, had guests surprised at how much style and functionality could fit into approximately 450 square feet. “This is bigger than a lot of New York apartments,” remarked one attendee, “and at a fraction of the price.”

Four Sky Townhome™ models demonstrated the unique floor plan of this Surge Homes exclusive. The two-story, two-bedroom home features balconies on both floors and an abundance of natural light.

In addition, two of the three-story townhomes were fully furnished, showing how this two-bedroom, 2.5 bath, space-efficient design can accommodate  much of what a homeowner could ask for, including an enclosed yard, walk-in closets and two-car garage

Guests were eager to see the high-end, European-style finishes that Surge Homes offers its homebuyers as part of their interior design collection. Said one guest who purchased his Parc at Midtown home a year ago, “I was itching to see my chosen finishes in place. I also visited all of the other homes on the tour to see what my neighbors chose.” He was pleased to see how the different finishes came together to give each home a unique look.

Guests were greeted by members of the Surge Homes sales team, who were happy to point out the innovative features of each floor plan, as well as the luxurious interior finishes including cabinets exclusively imported from Germany. Plus, Armando’s Taco Truck stood ready to fortify guests for their tour.

While Parc at Midtown is almost sold-out– with two townhomes and one penthouse selling in the last week alone – a few affordable townhomes are still available with starting prices in the $360s.