Denver Harbor/Port Houston is made up of two distinct but similar neighborhoods located north of the Houston Ship Channel turning basin. The southern portion of the area along Clinton Drive is industrial. The smaller residential area, Port Houston, is laid out on both sides of McCarty Street. It has a mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses. Denver Harbor is primarily residential. Lyons Avenue is the major commercial corridor in Denver Harbor. Although Interstate Highway 10 splits Denver Harbor physically, its identity has remained strong. Both neighborhoods, originally blue collar Anglo neighborhoods, are now predominantly Hispanic.

-City of Houston Super Neighborhoods

Key Facts

Residents
17,725
Median Household Income
$31,734
Median Age
30 

Housing Costs

Median Appraisal Value
$69,432
Average Monthly Rent
$487

Walk Scores

Walk Score
56
Transit Score
40
Bike Score
49 

Demographics

Education Level

College +
Some College
HS Diploma
No Diploma

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