Furnished Corporate Housing in Midland Texas
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Midland, Texas is a small city midway between Dallas and Fort Worth and El Paso. Originally settled as a stop off point for the railroad, the city has a population of around 135,000 people. It’s a small but busy town with a lot going on.
Midland is probably best known for being the birthplace of former president’s George H Bush, George W Bush and Barbara Bush. It is also known for Midland College and for regularly being voted one of the best cities in American to live for twelve years running.
Corporate housing in Midland is mainly apartments but there are also condos and townhomes too. Each comes fully furnished and equipped and rent covers all utilities and internet. Oil and gas housing is our specialty.
Employment in Midland
This being Texas, energy and geography play a part in the local economy but Midland also has a thriving, self-supporting infrastructure that help keeps unemployment low. The city has one of the lowest unemployment rates in Texas for just that reason. Oil was struck back in the 1920s and is still a dominant employer here, hence the low unemployment rate.
The main employers in Midland are Midland College, Dawson Geophysical, Walmart, Baker Hughes, Warren Equipment Companies, Concho Resources, Anadarko Petroleum, Anthem Oil & Gas, Inc., Apache Corporation, Basic Energy Services, Bcck Engineering, Centurion Pipeline, Chesapeake Energy, Chevron, Conoco Phillips, Csi Compressco Lp, Devon Energy, Diamondback Energy and Don-Nan Pump & Supply.
Medical centers in Midland include Midland Memorial Hospital and Medical Center, UT Southwestern University Hospital Lung Transplant Clinic in Midland, Midland Community Healthcare and WesTex Urgent Care.
Getting around Midland
Midland has its own airport, Midland International Air and Space Port (MAF) that’s 10 miles outside of the city. The next closest airport that handles national and international flights is Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).
There is local rail operated by Midland-Odessa Transit Management, otherwise known as EZ Rider but there is no intercity rail link.
Local buses are also run by EZ Rider while Greyhound handle intercity links.
Road is the preferred method of travel as you would expect with Midland being on I-20 from Fort Worth and El Paso and local highways and commuter links handling the rest.
Living in Midland
Midland is a small town with lots of glass buildings and oilmen. People are friendly, The Petroleum Building very pretty to look at and the entire town is a nice place to spend time.
Neighborhoods in Midland include Haley Heights 349 Ranch Estates, Adobe Meadows, Airline Rd, Barber-Cole, Beal Park, College Heights, Cotton Flat, Country Club, Country Rd, Ranchero Park, Ranchland Hills, Ranger Estates, Skyline – Trinity, Skywest, South 1788, South 349 Acres, South County Road 1130, Starlight Estates, Sunset Estates, Ridge Heights, Ridgeland Heights, Ridglea, Ridgmar Heights, Country Sky, County Road 1138, County Road 125, Bigelow Estates, Bizzell-Kiser, Blue Heron Timber Wolf, Briarwood/Greathouse, Brookshire Village, Andrews Park, Avalon, Heritage Oaks, Hillcrest Acres, Holiday Hill Northwest and Hyde Park.
Things to see and do in Midland include The Yucca Theater, Cole Theater, American Airpower Heritage Museum, The Museum of the Southwest, Fredda Durham Turner Children’s Museum, George W. Bush Childhood Home, Midland County Historical Museum, Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Marian Blakemore Planetarium, Haley Library and History Center, The Midland Center, The Horseshoe and the Scharbauer Sports Complex.
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