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3003 W Alabama St
Houston, TX 77098
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Since 1977 Consolidated Property Advisors, LTD has been proudly serving Houston & the surrounding areas. 

  • Real Estate Advisors
  • Highly Qualified & Skilled
  • Experienced Negotiators
  • Someone You Can Trust

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Things To Do in Houston, TX

Bowlmor Houston

Indulge in an evening of bowling with a twist. The owners have spared no expense at Bowlmor Houston, an upscale bowling center and hot spot with plush lounge seating, a full-service bar and multimedia screens. The menu features restaurant-style appetizers and main dishes.

(713) 461-1207

Fun Plex Amusement Park

Join the good times at the area's largest indoor fun attraction, the Fun Plex. There's something for everyone here, including video games, a bowling alley, movie theaters, carnival rides, go karts and more.

(281) 530-7777

Chevron Houston Marathon

Lace up your running shoes and prepare to join The Houston Marathon, an annual thrilling event held every January with thousands of runners and spectators, making it the largest single day sporting event in the city. It is run concurrently with a half marathon and a 5K race and boasts of the first-ever satellite running of the event run simultaneously across the globe.  The races bring crowds of nearly 500K to view the runners and is currently sponsored by the Chevron Corporation, Aramco and Houston ABB. Course maps, signage, clocks, water, Gatorade and aid stations, along with course entertainment are provided The event supports many charities, including CanCare, Texas Children's Hospital, and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

(713) 957-3453

Orange Show Monument

What rhymes with orange? Like the word, the Orange Show Monument is truly one of a kind. The folk-art piece of sculptural mazes and rooms was built single-handedly from 1956 until 1979 by Houston postal worker Jefferson Davis McKissack.

(713) 926-6368