|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$665 - $975||615 Sq Ft||1A||Available Now||View Model|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$700 - $1,040||701 Sq Ft||1B||Available Now||View Model|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$730 - $1,080||800 Sq Ft||1C||Available Now||View Model|
|2 Bedrooms 2 Beds 2 BRs||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$865 - $1,280||962 Sq Ft||2A||Available Now||View Model|
|2 Bedrooms 2 Beds 2 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$965 - $1,360||1,040 Sq Ft||2B||Available Now||View Model|
One Time Expenses
About Pavilion Place
Welcome to Pavilion Place, a great place to call home. We're located off Westpark Drive at 5402 Renwick, conveniently near The Galleria and Westheimer Boulevard. The Texas Medical Center, Greenway Plaza and local universities are just minutes away. Downtown and other points of interest are easy to reach with close by freeway access. Business, entertainment, shopping and leisure time activities are all close at hand. * Our unique living space features the amenities you're looking for. Choose from either one or two bedroom floor plans, each beautifully appointed. Available to you at Pavilion Place are frost free refrigerators, convenient laundry centers, private patios/balcony, spacious walk in closets and plush wall to wall carpeting. Take a dip in one of our six refreshing pools, shop at our on-site convenience store or exercise in our 2,500 square foot fitness center.
Amenities & Expenses
- •24/7 Emergency Maintenance
- •24/7 Emergency Maintenance Service
- •6 swimming pools
- •Dedicated Resident Services Center
- •Designer Color Schemes
- •Exclusive on-site convenience store
- •Fountain courtyard with sitting area
- •Large laundry facilities
- •Lush landscaping
- •Mature Trees
- •Online Resident Services
- •On-Site Management
- •Pets Allowed. 2 Pets Max.
- •Pool View
- •Resident Service Center
- •Built-in Book Shelves
- •Hardwood-style Flooring in select homes
Dogs Allowed: Pets Welcome! All pets must be spayed/neutered; 75 lbs weight limit. Breed restrictions apply; $300 Pet Fee and $200 Pet Deposit.. Contact the property for additional information.
1 space. Parking Available
- •Built in 1978
- •Renovated in Jan 2012
- •1006 Units/2 Stories
- 3 months, 4 months, 5 months, 6 months, 7 months, 8 months, 9 months, 10 months, 11 months, 12 months, 13 months, 14 months, 15 months
- •Controlled Access
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Laundry Service
- •Maintenance on site
- •Property Manager on Site
Fitness & Recreation
- •Fitness Center
- •Air Conditioning
- •Cable Ready
- •Ice Maker
- •Walk-In Closets
Sunday1:00 PM5:00 PM
Monday10:00 AM5:30 PM
Tuesday10:00 AM5:00 PM
Wednesday10:00 AM5:30 PM
Thursday10:00 AM5:30 PM
Friday10:00 AM5:30 PM
Saturday10:00 AM5:00 PM
Amenities & Expenses
- Controlled Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Laundry Service
- Maintenance on site
- Property Manager on Site
- Fitness Center
- 24/7 Emergency Maintenance
- 24/7 Emergency Maintenance Service
- 6 swimming pools
- Dedicated Resident Services Center
- Designer Color Schemes
- Exclusive on-site convenience store
- Fountain courtyard with sitting area
- Large laundry facilities
- Lush landscaping
- Mature Trees
- Online Resident Services
- On-Site Management
- Pets Allowed. 2 Pets Max.
- Pool View
- Resident Service Center
- Built-in Book Shelves
- Hardwood-style Flooring in select homes
- Air Conditioning
- Cable Ready
|Sunday||1:00 PM to 5:00 PM|
|Monday||10:00 AM to 5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM to 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM to 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM to 5:30 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM to 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM to 5:00 PM|
Very nice apartments but phone signal sucks, the rest is pleasant
Houston's best value just outside Loop 610
For the price, Pavilion Place may be one of the best values in Houston. Rent is cheap, management and maintenance are efficient, and the living space is adequate. The massive complex straddles both sides of Rampart Street down to Glenmont Drive, yet it almost feels like a tiny slice removed from the bustling city. The apartments are certainly older, but it's hard to tell because the appliances and apartment features are well-maintained and freshly painted before new move-ins. Multiple pools, several laundry facilities, a convenience store, and a fitness center make it comfortable and convenient to enjoy a day at home. Don't get the wrong picture - Pavilion Place isn't a luxurious resort - but it also doesn't pretend to be. If you're looking for comfort, convenience, and value, this is the place to be. Now for the downsides. You will be sharing your apartment with some 6-legged roommates whether you like it or not. Pavilion Place's management does a good job of containing the roaches, but this is Houston and this complex is old. The location is also slightly sketchy. The complex's high walls, gated entries, and security booths will put your mind at ease, but it's hard to ignore the slummy apartments and vagrants perched on street corners in the immediate area. During mornings, exiting the complex can be a mess because the freeway becomes clogged so easily, and it backs up to the complex gates. If you are prepared to deal with these minor inconveniences, you won't find a better deal this close to downtown Houston. Oh, and the water pressure is amazing - just in case you were wondering.
Cheap, but it's Home
It is a very quaint and cheap apartment, however the management does everything in their power to make things easier for the residents. Rent has risen every year, and it is getting harder to live here. Management is a bit slow to get tasks done but it always gets done. Good for a first time renter like I was when I first rented here. I'm about to renew my lease again and I am happy with the decision, but worried about rent rising.
Great for the price
Pros: Easy/quick freeway access Quiet neighborhood Friendly neighbors Quick maintenance Spacious apartments for the price A lot of trees for shade if you like that homey feel Cons: Almost no parking for visitors after business hours Pool is almost always closed Some of the laundry machines are broken Overall I liked the apartments and enjoyed my stay.
Pavilion Place Apartments
The apartment you are shown is not what you get. They are nice, but are very old. The rents floats from one amount to the other, they keep your whole deposit $256.00 even if you don't get the apartment. The water pressure is so low in the bathroom sink it is almost useless. There are no ceiling fans. If you make a complaint they just ignore it and don't respond. If you pay the rent early when you go back in to pay utilities there is a $25 additional charge. They are nice places but they need lots of improvements. I couldn't get cable in the bedroom, I have wire running through the apartment. They are not luxury at all.
it is a good place to live,they have a good service
Been Here For A Year and Will Renew My Lease
I've been here for a year now and can give a honest opinion of Pavilion Place. The leasing/main office is the nicest building on the property. When I was shown the model apartments, I was shown the upgraded unit, but when it came time to sign the lease, none were available and I was never shown an non-upgraded unit. The apartment I moved into is pretty standard one bed room and enough space for a single person. The dishwasher, stove/oven, refrigerator are all old. The oven temp is way off, and I burned the first thing I tried to cook in it (I bought an in-oven temperature gauge so that wouldn't happen again). The on-property laundry center closest to my building (there are a few around the property) is the thing I hate the most. It's $1.25 for washers and $1.00 for dryers. There are about 20 washers and 20 dryers in the laundry center, but over half the washers are never working. I have found two washers that are my go-to machines that I know always work. The dryers typically work, but sometimes go down. After saying all of this, I am going to renew my lease because honestly, I can live with all of these imperfections for the price of the rent. I'm currently trying to work off debt, and the price for rent here is pretty low compared to a lot of places even a mile away (paying around $700 a month currently). Pros: Gate Guards that stop cars that don't have parking stickers on them, gated with card access, big closet, great water pressure in the shower, hot water works a little too well, can get AT&T Uverse, right off of 59 & 610, price is pretty cheap for rent. Cons: Outdated apartment, laundry center has a lot of washers that don't work, PARKING is awful, lots of potholes around the complex.
This is my first apartment on my own and I must admit I couldn't have made a better choice. All the struggle to locate an apartment was worth it. Pavilion place provides wonder service in the leasing office and the agents are very knowledgeable. Maintenance is consistent and available as well. If your looking for a safe welcoming community to join this is it!
Great Location & Good Value!
This apartment is close to 59South and 610 which simplifies my commute. Renwick is connected to Fountainview so the Galleria area and the surrounding restaurants are close. There is reserved parking for residents which is important to me. Also, there's a guard so no riff-raff can come in. I chose the apartment for the location but I got lucky because my neighbors are quiet and safety isn't an issue.
Clean, Safe and Quiet
I moved in from out of state and rented the apartment "sight unseen". Although there was some information that would have been helpful to know before I arrived that was not communicated initially, they were able to process my application quickly. Gilbert was very helpful when I arrived and even helped me unhook my car and trailer from the moving truck. The apartment was clean and everything worked perfectly when I moved in - I was concerned about roaches but have not seen any trace of them. It's an older complex so everything isn't shiny and new but the mature trees and natural landscaping are lovely and give it a peaceful feel. I haven't been bothered by any noise. The neighbors seem very nice and I've seen a lot of children and families, the fact that it is a gated community make me feel a little more secure as well. I'm a single female moving from a considerably smaller city, so safety was a big concern of mine. Overall, it's been a nice place to live so far. Good value, fairly convenient neighborhood. It might not be the trendiest place in town but it's clean, safe and quiet.
They do a great job of getting you in. I came a holiday weekend from out of town to check out a few places and thought the model and customer service was good enough for what I wanted and need and thought cool! Reasonable cost, good size for the buck and easy access to shopping and downtown. How bad could it be? If you have the patience to micro manage the staff and the lack of care they put in to moving into maintaining the apartment, sure move here. Week one - in need of extermination. Roaches dead and alive. Half done paint job over infested walls, smelly and eroded garbage disposal to go along with the stinking attitudes of the office management. And pay attention to your rent. They will try to charge you more than you should pay. And did I mention bad attitudes from office managers IF you can even get in contact with them.
Roaches should pay half my rent.
Would not even slightly recommend-- roach infestation took 2 months to get under control. Pools have been closed the last 2 months of summer. The "gym" barely has enough to even call it that so don't let that be a selling point, the cables were completely snapped too, clearly had been like that some time before I reported it but the selection of machines wasn't even worth going back to see if they actually fixed it. Laundry machines work 50/50, better off getting a unit equipped with W/d or just go to a laundry mat. Don't plan on having visitors at night... They will have to drive around an hour (not exaggerating) waiting for someone to leave one of the very limited visitor spaces. The ratio makes no sense for a complex this size. Also, they DO tow aggressively. They had to do an "emergency water shut off" which I get not being able to notify in advance, but never even gave residents a courtesy explanation--mass email anyone?? Been here 2 months and my apartment has a ceiling leak.. Let's see how efficiently this gets handled... TBD. Very customer service oriented UNTIL you sign the lease. I'm baffled at the 4 and 5-star reviews I see... A few positives: the staff is actually nice..I haven't encountered anyone rude, although this doesnt negate my experience with Pavilion Place. It is guarded 24-7 with ppl at the gates but you can easily slip in behind another car too. Biggest plus is easy access to 59 South. I'm not SUPER crazy about the neighborhood per se, but it is convenient. ALL IN ALL, YOU WILL REGRET LIVING HERE. Find out the hard, frustrating, stressful way or simply read this and end your consideration of Pavilion Place.
I would not recommend pavillion place apartments
The management and staff are rude!! Moving soon!!!!
In this community I feel safe, no one comes in without showing their ID my visitors feel comfortable, management are on top of things most of the time.
Fake Model Apartment
The way apartments are leased to tenants here is absolutely crooked and fraudulent. On your arrival, you will be met with a gorgeous leasing office that is well decorated and modern looking, which will be followed by a show of their model apartment upon request. The apartment, like the leasing office, is also very well built. You can see this on their IMT Residential website, but you'll find smooth walls with a nice coat of paint, well painted floorboards, good sinks, etc. Overall it's a good looking apartment that becomes immediately more appealing with the price and amenities (pools, on-site laundry, gated, on-site store, AC, etc.). The only problem is that none of this is true. The moment I got to Houston (I came from the west coast) to sign the lease, the problems started to arise. In the breakdown of the amount due for the first month, which had been given to me beforehand but not explained, there were multiple charges that I was never made aware of. Water and trash were now in my monthly bill and a fee for the gym was also included, but like I said none of this was ever mentioned. When I had asked about what is covered during the showing of the model apartment, the person had said that “water is allocated,” but no mention that it would be paid for by myself and no mention of paying for trash or the gym as well. From the state I come from, there are barely any complexes, if any at all, that make you pay for trash or water. It's always up to the complex to pay for those. Anyway, I digress. After signing the lease, I get to see the actual apartment for the first time. Dead roaches in cabinets, kitchen, and in the bathroom. There are clearly places in the walls where there was a hole, dent, or maybe they had to remove a piece to get to electrical wiring or whatever behind it but instead of repairing it properly and evenly, it looks like they slapped some plaster over top without evening it out and then threw some paint on it. Also, the paint itself on the walls is nowhere near the quality of the model. It's more yellow/tan if anything. The bathroom sink was spray painted, yes spray painted, to cover up whatever marks had been in it before. Whoever did it didn't even try to make it look decent. The brushed metal part was completely sprayed over as well. Probably took five seconds to do. Spend another five and put some tape over what shouldn't be spray painted. The sink is also not the quality shown in the model. There are outlets and other things that should have been removed, but were instead just painted over. White paint isn't some kind of camouflage. Jesus. Crooked pieces of cabinet and outlets as well. Not just slight drooping or an outlet that isn't perfectly perpendicular to a floorboard, but absolutely ridiculously crooked. You would have to do it intentionally or have a serious eye problem to think it's even close to being straight. Floorboards are painted very crudely. The wiring to...some outlets I think?...are fed up through the carpet, over the floorboard, then placed right on top of the floorboard to eventually lead into the wall, I'm guessing. Caulking was placed over top to keep them in place, then painted white to try to camouflage it. Windows are non-existent. I've lived in some bad apartments, but have never had windows this bad. Might as well have just thrown screens on the windows. I don't remember hearing anything outside while in the model apartment. The heating unit is in the ceiling of my bathroom covered up with boards that make it look like I have an attic in my bathroom. Never remember seeing that in the model. Finally, roaches, roaches, roaches. The floorboard under the sink cabinets is completely cracked, which is where I'm guessing they get in. Also the bottom of the door doesn't meet with the ground properly, which is another place I'm guessing they get in. I find them in that area if I'm up late at night. Some ridiculous fines here too. Noise, I'm cool with. Speeding, I'm cool with. Being fined for having your blinds open? Not cool and ridiculous. Feeding the stray cats? You can't tell me I can't feed animals. You should be getting rid of them, not fining me...Still want to live here?
William P. Hobby Airport
|31 min||20.2 mi|
George Bush Intercontinental Airport/Houston
|34 min||28.5 mi|
A rapidly growing southwest Houston community with a large Hispanic and immigrant population, Gulfton's ethnically diverse population spans a mix of working class families and singles. Located less than three miles from the world famous Galleria and approximately seven miles from downtown Houston via Interstate 59, this community provides residents with a wide array of amenities near their doorsteps. Primarily a residential district, Gulfton contains single-family houses and large apartment complexes along with commercial businesses and light industry.
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