There’s a reason “Home Sweet Home," Mötley Crüe’s hair-cascading, high-register vocal-fueled anthem to finding solace, ranks as number 12 on VH1’s greatest power ballads of all time. Nothing beats being on your way home after conquering the day’s “long and winding road,” as the Crüe sang.
And when home is a place chock full of amenities, alluring finishes and a tranquil, shimmering pool, you just might belt out “Tonight, tonight, I’m on my way, just set me free, home sweet home” as you head off from work.
Topping this month’s Energy Corridor Member Deal charts is Alexan Ashford apartment homes, 1200 N. Dairy Ashford, offering half off the administration fee and $0 deposit. The amenities alone would be enough to make pampered rock stars revise their backstage contract rider: a resort-style pool with tanning ledge and private cabanas; outdoor grill stations, fire pit and summer kitchen; 80-inch televisions in a club house; a 24-hour, state-of-the-art fitness club with adjoining cross-fit area; an electric car charging station; a dog park with areas for both the big dogs and not so big ones, plus a dog washing station; bike storage; a social business center; and a demonstration kitchen.
With a polished atmosphere, the homes are designed for metropolitan dwellers, say the folks at Alexan Ashford, who sing the praises of their apartment homes as “upscale, active and tranquil.”
Find your way to a home sweet home Member Deal for Alexan Ashford here.
And while you’re at it, don’t miss the chorus of other money-saving Energy Corridor Member Deals by visiting the diverse lineup of local retailers and service providers here.
If you’re a business in The Energy Corridor District, you can compose your own Member Deal power ballad by contacting Rachael Weaver, community relations coordinator for The District, firstname.lastname@example.org.
[Editor’s note: for those questioning the Mötley Crüe tie to this Member Deal, the band filmed its original, famed “Home Sweet Home” video during a crazed tour stop at the old Summit in Houston, complete with adoring female fans jumping onstage amid prototypical hair band posing. We won’t share that exhibit of eighties pomp and decadence, but The Crüe released a more “artistic” black and white version six years later that can be witnessed here.]