Montrose is one of the more demographically diverse areas in Houston and is primarily a residential neighborhood. The houses can vary from mansions to cottages. The diversity among cultures also makes Montrose a very unique area of Houston. In 2009, Montrose was named one of the “ten great neighborhoods in America.” It has also been called the “Heart of Houston.” Montrose has many cultural attractions that attract tourists and also make a great lunch break location. There are a number of artists and musicians that live in Montrose. Furthermore, there are a lot of thrift, vintage and second-hand shopping stores. The Museum of Fine Arts and the Contemporary Arts Museum are located within Montrose. Additionally, another museum that was founded by philanthropists John and Dominique de Menil is located in Montrose. Religious buildings are also prevalent throughout the Montrose neighborhood. Rothko Chapel and the Chapel of St. Basil located within Montrose. Every year there is a Houston Greek Festival that is held in Montrose in October. There is also the Montrose Crawl that takes place on the last Saturday in October. It is a pub-crawl that donates a portion of the sales towards charity. For more information on office space in Montrose, visit TheSquareFoot.