The Lawndale / Wayside Super Neighborhood shares a council with the Greater Eastwood Super Neighborhood. This area is part of what is known as the “East End.”  East End residents are in the hub of arts and culture in Houston, and home to some of the top performing schools in the area. Most residents live in single-family homes with access to parks and hike and bike trails. Urban revitalization is quickly shifting the face of the neighborhood. Centrally located and minutes from downtown and many popular venues, the East End has become a popular neighborhood for home buyers. Residents can access the rail system (green line) that will connect them to museums, zoo, and sports venues. The East End has more miles of rail than any other part of Houston! Additionally, green spaces connect residents to the city’s parks and communities. In the heart of the East End, Mason Park’s trails are filled with residents enjoying a jog, bike ride, and fresh air along the Buffalo Bayou. The esplanade along Navigation avenue hosts an open air Farmer’s market every weekend and weekly events such as concerts. The cultural district is home to one of the largest collections of outdoor murals in the city. In addition, there are many art studios and artists including The Orange Show Center for Visionary Arts. A multicultural and multi-modal community, the East End is a vibrant neighborhood with a rich history!

Key Facts

Residents
13,518
Median Household Income
$34,210
Median Age
32 

Housing Costs

Median Appraisal Value
$105,616
Average Monthly Rent
$537

Walk Scores

Walk Score
56
Transit Score
40
Bike Score
65 

Demographics

Education Level

College +
Some College
HS Diploma
No Diploma

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