Furnished Corporate Housing in Odessa, TX
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Odessa, Texas is a small but fast growing city just west of Midland and east of El Paso. It’s an oil town so has all the characteristics of a small and friendly place with some new shiny buildings, lots of expensive real estate. It’s that friendly Texas hospitality that makes people stay though.
The city forms half of the Petroplex with Midland because if the oil and gas in the region. There are other economic influences but it is predominantly energy that keeps the city going.
Corporate housing in Odessa is furnished apartments within purpose built developments around the city. Each offers high quality oil and gas housing in upscale areas convenient to local amenities.
Employment in Odessa
Energy is why people come to Odessa and live and work here. There are other contributing employers but it’s mainly oil and gas and associated employers that keeps the unemployment rate enviably low.
Major employers in Odessa include Saulsbury Companies, Halliburton, Keane Group, Walmart, Weatherford, Select Energy Oil Field Services, Bobby Cox Companies, Inc., Holloman Construction, HEB, Sewell Family of Dealerships, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Investment Corporation of America, Power Line Energy Services and Lithia Motors.
Getting around Odessa
Odessa is close to Midland International Air and Space Port (MAF) which is where many domestic flights land. Coming from further afield, you will likely need to land at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and drive west.
There is no rail line in Odessa or light rail.
There are no intercity bus links in Odessa but Greyhound stops at Midland. EZRider shares routes with Odessa and Midland but does not yet link the two.
Road is your main option for arriving and getting around. The city is by I-20 that goes east to west and Highway 383 north to south. Numerous local routes handle commuter traffic.
Living in Odessa
Odessa is a fairly relaxed place to live and work. As unemployment rates are low and wages are decent, there is a lot of optimism around town. People are mostly friendly and there are no real issues to speak of.
Neighborhoods in Odessa include 23rd Street, Henderson Heights, Hereford Rd, Fair Oaks, Sedona Springs, Madison Square, Bates Estates, Beckwood Terrace, Beechwood, Central Odessa, Tanglewood and University, The Fountains, The Vistas, Tim Tam Cir, Tripp and Moss, Tumbleweed Crossing, Tuscany at Faudree, Central Park, Chapparal Estates, CountryClub, Country Estates, Crescent Park, Black Gold District, Brittany&Oakwood&French, Buchanon, Burleson, Marco/Solo, McCoy St, Mercury, Mission Dorado, Misson Greens, Murphy, S. Grant, Sherwood, Shiloh, Sierra Ave, Southside Central, Southwest Oaks, Stonegate, Sunset Heights, Sweetbriar, Faudree Ranch Apartments, Floyd Gwinn Park, Frontier Park, Holloman, Homestead and 2500 Block Redbud Ave.
Things to see and do in Odessa include Music City Mall, Ector Theater, Ellen Noel Art Museum, Jack Ben Rabbit, Nancy Fyfe Cardozier Gallery, Presidential Museum and Leadership Library, Pecos Depot, Stonehenge Odessa, White-Pool House, Globe of the Great Southwest and Winwood Town Center.
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