2022 Memorial Park homes for sale & insider real estate guide

The Memorial Park is one of the most popular neighborhoods within the Inner Loop. It is located south of I-10 and east of Loop 610. Its amenities and features include:

Memorial Park is one of the three largest urban parks in Houston. There are many neighborhoods, communities, and residential buildings in the area thus buying or selling a home in Memorial Park can be tricky. The Crestwood and Glen Cove neighborhoods are deed-restricted.

To get personal advice on buying or selling in the Memorial Park area, contact Paige Martin, one of Houston’s best realtors and one of the top-ranked Realtors in the United States.

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Table of Contents

  1. Memorial Park Home Sale Trends
  2. Memorial Park Best Realtor Insights
  3. Memorial Park Maps, Location & Zip Code
  4. Memorial Park Schools
  5. Memorial Park Real Estate Market

Memorial Park Home Sale Trends

Memorial Park Real Estate Trends

The Memorial Park Area is one of the most renowned neighborhoods within the Inner Loop. It is located south of I-10 and east of Loop 610. Its many features and amenities include:

Buying or selling a home in this area might feel overwhelming because of its many neighborhoods, communities, and residential buildings. Depending on your long-term goals, the deed restrictions in the Crestwood and Glen Clove neighborhoods might be beneficial or problematic. There are a few older homes that need to be updated while some homes are located near freeways and main roads.

Memorial Park Best Realtor Insights

One of the three largest urban parks in Houston, Memorial Park is a lush oasis within the Inner Loop.

Memorial Park Amenities

Memorial Park Maps, Location & Zip Code

Memorial Park Map

Commute Time Memorial Park
Downtown (min) 10
Med Ctr (min) 20
Energy Corridor (min) 20
Galleria (min) 10

Map of Memorial Park

Highlights Memorial Park
Amenities Memorial Park features an 18-hole municipal golf course. It is a John Bredemus-designed course with a high course and slope rating.

The park boasts numerous sports facilities such as an indoor swimming pool, croquet, and tennis courts.

Homeowners can enjoy miles of multi-use trails in the area. Crowd favorites are the Picnic Loop and the Seymour Lieberman Exertrail.
Golf Courses - Memorial Park Golf Course and Driving Range
- River Oaks Country Club
Run / Bike Trails - Seymour Lieberman Exertrail
- Buffalo Bayou Park & Trail
- Green Ridge Trail
- Picnic Loop
Nearby Retail / Dining - Blue at Brenner’s
- Story Ultralounge
- Atlas Pub
- R Bar
- Aura Houston
- El Tiempo Market
- Central Market
- Trader Joe’s
- Sprouts Farmers Market
- H-E-B
- Benjy’s
- Pappa Bros Steakhouse
- Eddie V’s Prime Seafood and Steakhouse
- Velvet Taco
- Flip ‘n Patties
- River Oaks Shopping Center
- River Oaks District
- Galleria
- Uptown Park
- Highland Village
Major Employers Downtown:

- Chevron Corp.
- Centerpoint Energy Inc.
- KBR Inc
- JP Morgan Chase & Co
- Saudi Aramco

Memorial Park Schools

Top Elementary Schools Great Schools Ranking
Memorial Elem 8

Memorial Park homes are zoned to the Houston Independent School District (HISD).

Established in the 1920s, Houston ISD is the largest school district in the state (with 283 schools). The Texas Education Agency (TEA) gave the district a “Met Standard” rating.

HISD features several International Baccalaureate (IB) World schools, including Lamar High School and Hogg Middle School.

Students in the area may attend the following public schools:

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

Memorial Park Houston Private Schools

Notable private schools near the Memorial Park area include:

To find an updated listing of all Memorial Park real estate zoned to any specific public school, please send an email to Paige Martin at with the property preference and budget that you’re working with.

*Note: School zoning tends to change from year to year, the information provided above is accurate but not guaranteed. Please double-check by visiting the school’s website.

Memorial Park Real Estate Market

Memorial Park Single-Family Home Sale Trends

Memorial Park single-family homes are among the most expensive real estate in Houston, especially those within the Glen Cove/Crestwood neighborhood.

These upscale subdivisions feature grand mansions and estate-style homes in a variety of styles and designs. The Mediterranean, traditional and French architecture are common in the area. Glen Cove and Crestwood homes typically sit on mid-to large-sized lots, ranging from 7,000 to more than 40,000 square feet.

Camp Logan homes, on the other hand, offer slightly smaller lot areas, between 2,000 to 7,000 square feet. The neighborhood offers a mix of traditional ranch-style homes, patio homes, and multi-level townhomes.

During the 1990s and early 2000s, the trend of tearing down old homes in favor of building new ones took to the Memorial Park area. Older single-family homes were converted into luxury townhomes and custom-built estates.

Overall, Memorial Park homes' pricing depends on several factors, including location, size, and age of the property, among others.

Prices for Memorial Park homes for sale can start at around $300,000 and can go up to more than $1,500,000.

Memorial Park Houston Townhomes Sale Trends

Multi-level living has become quite popular in the neighborhoods surrounding Memorial Park, especially Camp Logan and Rice Military. The trend of tearing down older homes in favor of more modern housing has led to several townhome developments in the area.

Houston Memorial Park townhomes typically feature two- to three-story floor plans with two to three bedrooms. Home sizes range from more than 3,000 square feet. Lot sizes are typically small, between 1,000 to about 2,500.

Several townhomes in the area are within exclusive gated communities, including the residential enclave Caceres in Rice Military. Most townhomes in the Memorial Park area are recently constructed, typically between the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Memorial Park townhomes for sale vary widely, and prices depend on several factors, including location, size, and age of the property.

Here are some townhome communities in and around the Memorial Park neighborhood:

Memorial Park Condo Sale Trends

Compared to other Houston neighborhoods like the Galleria, Museum District, and Downtown, the Memorial Park area features fewer residential mid-rise and high-rise condos. Memorial Park condos for sale are within:

Other Inner Loop neighborhoods feature more residential condo buildings, including River Oaks, Montrose/Neartown, and Upper Kirby.

To see other condos within the Inner Loop, see Inner Loop Houston Condos. To see condos within the nearby Galleria area, see Galleria Houston Condos.

Inner Loop Condos

Memorial Park Houston History

Memorial Park and most of its surrounding neighborhoods used to be a part of Camp Logan, a World War I boot camp.

Camp John A. Logan was commissioned shortly after the United States declared war on Germany. Constructed between 1917 and 1918, the camp trained more than 30,000 soldiers for service and was later converted into a military hospital and golf course.

Decommissioned shortly thereafter, the land was sold back to the city of Houston. Memorial Park opened in 1924.

Today, Memorial Park covers about 1,400 acres and is one of the three largest urban parks in Houston (alongside Hermann Park and MacGregor Park). Lined with miles of trails and several forested areas, the park features several outdoor and indoor sights and activity areas.

Memorial Park homes enjoy having easy access to these facilities, and a relatively central location within the Inner Loop.

Fun Things To Do Near Memorial Park Houston

Memorial Park’s central location within the Inner Loop gives residents easy access to some of Houston’s best hot spots: the Galleria and Uptown Park, Downtown, and the Museum District. The park itself is a “must visit,” with its wide variety of outdoor and indoor activity areas.

The 1,400-acre Memorial Park is lined with hike-and-bike trails, snaking around and through the park’s many wooded areas. The Seymour Lieberman Exercise Trail, a 3-mile running course of crushed granite, is highly popular among joggers.

The John Bredemus-designed Memorial Park Golf Course is a highly rated municipal golf course with a course rating of 73 and a slope rating of 122. It was founded in 1936 and was among the earliest courses in Houston.

The Houston Arboretum and Nature Center, on the other hand, opened in 1967. Covering about 150 acres in the southwest corner of the park, the center provides educational facilities for children.

Houston’s Memorial Park has something for everyone. In addition to its multi-use trails, the park also has facilities for swimming, tennis, cycling, volleyball, softball, skating, and croquet. There are plenty of picnic and open areas within Memorial Park as well.

Here are some of Memorial Park Houston's must-visit places:





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