is an affordable neighborhood with a reasonable commute to the Texas
Medical Center. The homes are typical
ranch-style properties of the 50s and 60s. Recent redevelopment of retail on South
Post Oak Road illustrate the area's resurgence. Close to Meyerland Mall
for even more retail.
Filled with young, single adults, New Beginnings is a magnet for adults in
transition. Many of its residents are twentysomething singles and couples
just starting out on their career paths - or starting over after recent
divorces or company transfers. Ethnically diverse, New Beginnings households
tend to have the modest living standards typical of apartment
||A living example of how ethnically diverse the nation has become: more
than half the residents are Hispanic, Asian or African-American. In these
multilingual neighborhoods - one in ten speaks a language other than English -
middle-aged immigrants and their children live in middle-class comfort.
An immigrant gateway
community, Multi-Culti Mosaic is the urban home for a mixed populace of
singles and families. With nearly a quarter of the residents foreign born,
this segment is a mecca for first-generation Americans who are striving to
improve their status.
|| Blue Chip Blues is known as a comfortable lifestyle for
young, sprawling families with well-paying blue-collar jobs. Ethnically
segment's aging neighborhoods feature compact, modestly priced homes
surrounded by commercial centers that cater to child-filled households.