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Always up for a good time

Regardless of the weather outside, there’s fun to be had at Eagle’s Trace

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May 5th, 2017
Eagle’s Trace residents (from left) Jack Cinque, Ray Doba, Dennis Gregg, Garland Walker, and Noel Thomas dressed as The Temptations to perform “My Girl” at the community’s Mix, Mingle, and Motown event.

Eagle’s Trace residents (from left) Jack Cinque, Ray Doba, Dennis Gregg, Garland Walker, and Noel Thomas dressed as The Temptations to perform “My Girl” at the community’s Mix, Mingle, and Motown event.

On a recent Tuesday morning, as rain fell in sheets across Houston and snarled traffic congested most of the city’s main arteries, those living at Eagle’s Trace were living it up at the community’s Mix, Mingle, and Motown event.

“That’s one of the great features of Eagle’s Trace,” says Community Resources Coordinator Lisa Hadley. “Our buildings are connected by climate-controlled walkways, so residents don’t have to go out in inclement weather. The fun goes on no matter what’s happening outside.”

And there was plenty of fun to go around. The Eagle’s Trace line dancers performed three toe-tapping numbers. The Temptations (bearing a striking resemblance to residents Dennis Gregg, Jack Cinque, Ray Doba, Garland Walker, and Noel Thomas) sang and danced their way through “My Girl.”

Be as active as you want to be

“There’s never any shortage of activities to choose from at Eagle’s Trace,” says Becky Ogle. She chairs the community’s resident life committee, which organized the Mix, Mingle, and Motown event.

With more than 80 resident-run clubs and activities, ranging from a ukulele performance group to the Apple iPad club, there are plenty of opportunities to indulge an existing passion or explore a new one.

“The beauty of our resident life offerings is that they’re always expanding as new residents move in with ideas to start their own special interest club or activity,” says Becky. “Our range of activities is constantly evolving.”

And although Becky also maintains an active social calendar outside of Eagle’s Trace, she says it gives her a good feeling to know she’s coming home to such a vibrant community.

“When the weather’s nice and I’m out and about in Houston, I like knowing that there’s so much waiting for me at Eagle’s Trace,” she says. “On the other hand, when it’s raining, or when it’s too hot or too cold outside, everything I need is just a short walk from my apartment.”

Ready for a fun-filled adventure?

For those who are ready to join the fun at Eagle’s Trace, the community has a handful of apartments available for immediate move-in.

“We currently have a limited inventory of highly desirable one- and two-bedroom apartments, some with a sunroom,” says Pam Burgeson, director of sales. “Many of these apartments feature beautiful finishes and upgrades, including granite and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, custom tile showers, plantation shutters, crown molding, custom closets, and wood and vinyl-plank flooring.”

Burgeson encourages anyone with an interest in touring available apartments to contact the sales office at Eagle’s Trace.

“Our community, with all its amenities and activities, is thriving” says Burgeson. “It’s a wonderful time to visit Eagle’s Trace, particularly at this time of year when our outdoor spaces are in full bloom. Come and see all we have to offer.”

To learn more about the apartment homes available at Eagle’s Trace, please call the sales office at 281-661-1403.

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