My Top 5: Houston Realtor Christopher Williams

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Each Monday, we showcase different enterprising Houstonians who shares their own favorite things to do across the Houston area in “My Top 5.” This week we hear from Christopher Williams, a realtor with Heritage Texas Properties who takes an active role in design and community development. 

My Top 5 Things to Do in Houston

by Christopher Williams

  1. Bar Boheme – A favorite neighborhood hangout of mine, in my opinion has one of the coolest vibes in all of Houston as well as the best patio around. Every time I walk through the doors, I feel like I’m walking into a European dive bar where I’m sure to find a cold drink and an interesting conversation.
  2. Sparrow Bar + Cookshop – For me, Sparrow hits the Trifecta; phenomenal food, excellent service and a super cool industrial chic ambiance. Always my go-to when entertaining clients and out-of-town guests. The avocado sashimi and spiked cactus vodka cocktail are my must-haves on every visit.
  3. Reeves Antiques – Funky, eclectic and cool, walking this shop is always a fun adventure. You can find anything from mid-century modern pieces to off-the-wall art and décor. With an ever-changing inventory, this is treasure hunting at its finest.
  4. Free Press Summer Fest – Combining two of my favorite things, music festivals and Buffalo Bayou park, this annual music festival has quickly become a respected event on the national scene. Nothing better than enjoying a live show with friends with our amazing downtown skyline as the backdrop. Jack White, Lauren Hill, Dwight Yoakum and Zedd to name a few … enough said.
  5. Buffalo Bayou Park – My address is always dependent on my proximity to this greenbelt. I am beyond elated with development that is taking place on this section of the bayou. Hike and bike trails, canoe/kayak launch, dog park and running trails create what I consider our urban oasis.

About Christopher Williams

Christopher Williams is a real estate agent with Heritage Texas Properties – Post Oak Park. A Texan by birth, he originally moved to Houston in 2005 to gain better access to Houston’s expansive airport system and gateway to Latin American, but as he got to know the amazing people and eclectic neighborhoods that make up the metro area, his love for the city itself took root. “My passion for real estate and design and my admiration for Houston and Houstonians alike is allowing me to live my dream on a daily basis,” he told us.

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    • Hi DC, It is in Houston! It’s a new feature at the currently-being-renovated Midtown Park at the corner of Bagby and Gray, across the street from Walgreens. The park is currently being renovated and is almost done. The sign is behind a performance space, and the park will have a dog run and a food kiosk. Once it’s open we’ll be running a feature on it, but you can drive by and get a good look right now. You can see it here on Google Maps:

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