Houston, Texas 77079

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The Energy Corridor

2012 Inventory and Database

Table of Contents
Table of Contents ..................................................................................................................................... i
Table of Exhibits ....................................................................................................................................... i
Introduction and Overview ...................................................................................................................... 1
Major Employers ..................................................................................................................................... 3
Land Use ................................................................................................................................................. 4
Land Use Maps ..................................................................................................................................... 4
Development Summary ...................................................................................................................... 16
Multi-Family Housing .......................................................................................................................... 18
Retail .................................................................................................................................................. 19
Office .................................................................................................................................................. 21
Industrial/Warehouse/Distribution ..................................................................................................... 26
Hospitality .......................................................................................................................................... 27
Institutional ........................................................................................................................................ 28
Hospitals......................................................................................................................................... 28
Educational Institutions .................................................................................................................. 29
The Energy Corridor Area Occupations .................................................................................................. 29
Comparison of 30-minute Drive Time.................................................................................................. 29
Overall Location of Architects and Engineers....................................................................................... 32
Detailed Demographic Information ....................................................................................................... 33

Table of Exhibits
Exhibit 1 - The Energy Corridor Boundary Map ........................................................................................ 1
Exhibit 2 - Map of The Energy Corridor “Commute Zone” ........................................................................ 2
Exhibit 3 - Residential Location of Workers 2010 ..................................................................................... 2
Table 1 - Major Employers (200+ employees) .......................................................................................... 3
Exhibit 4 - Overall Existing Land Use Map................................................................................................. 4
Exhibit 5 - Overall 2030 Land Use Map ..................................................................................................... 5
Exhibit 6 - Western Zone - Existing Land Use Map .................................................................................... 6
Exhibit 7 - Western Zone - 2030 Land Use Map ........................................................................................ 7
Exhibit 8 - West-Central Zone - Existing Land Use Map ............................................................................ 8
Exhibit 9 - West-Central Zone - 2030 Land Use Map................................................................................. 9
Exhibit 10 - East-Central Zone - Existing Land Use Map .......................................................................... 10
Exhibit 11 - East-Central Zone - 2030 Land Use Map .............................................................................. 11
Exhibit 12 - Eastern Zone - Existing Land Use Map ................................................................................. 12
Exhibit 13 - Eastern Zone - 2030 Land Use Map ..................................................................................... 13
Exhibit 14 - Southern Zone - Existing Land Use Map ............................................................................... 14
Exhibit 15 - Southern Zone - 2030 Land Use Map ................................................................................... 15
Table 2 - Existing and Future Commercial and Industrial Space .............................................................. 16
Table 3 - Current and Future Housing Units ........................................................................................... 17

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Table 4 - Current and Future Population and Employment..................................................................... 17
Table 5 - Apartments ............................................................................................................................. 18
Table 6 - Apartments – Under Construction and Proposed..................................................................... 18
Table 7 - Retail Centers .......................................................................................................................... 19
Table 9 - Regional Shopping Centers ...................................................................................................... 20
Table 8 - Retail Centers - Under Construction and Proposed .................................................................. 20
Table 10 - Class A - Office Buildings........................................................................................................ 21
Table 11 - Class B - Office Buildings ........................................................................................................ 22
Table 12 - Class C - Office Buildings ........................................................................................................ 23
Table 13 - Summary of Existing Office Buildings by Sub District .............................................................. 24
Exhibit 16 - Energy Corridor Sub-Districts Map....................................................................................... 24
Table 14 - Office Buildings - Under Construction and Proposed.............................................................. 25
Table 15 - Industrial/Warehouse/Distribution Facilities ......................................................................... 26
Table 16 - Hotels and Motels ................................................................................................................. 27
Table 17 - Existing Hospitals .................................................................................................................. 28
Table 19 - Area Independent School Districts ......................................................................................... 29
Table 18 - Universities and Colleges ....................................................................................................... 29
Exhibit 17 - 30-Minute Drive Time Map ................................................................................................. 29
Table 20 - The Energy Corridor Occupations .......................................................................................... 31
Exhibit 18 - Map of Residential Location of Architects and Engineers ..................................................... 32
Exhibit 19 - Energy Corridor District Boundaries..................................................................................... 33
Exhibit 20 - The Energy Corridor Study Area Map................................................................................... 34
Exhibit 21 - The Energy Corridor Demographic Area............................................................................... 35
Exhibit 22 - The Energy Corridor Commuting Region .............................................................................. 36
Exhibit 23 - Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) ..................................... 37
Table 21 - 2011 Estimated Demographic Data ....................................................................................... 38
Table 22 - 2010 Census Demographics ................................................................................................... 52

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Introduction and Overview
This report presents a land use, development and demographic profile of The Energy Corridor. The
Texas State Legislature created Harris County Improvement District #4, more commonly known as The
Energy Corridor District, in 2001 with the mission to improve, enhance and promote the area within its
boundaries. Exhibit 1 illustrates the boundaries of the general market area of The Energy Corridor that
will be used in most sections of this report.

Exhibit 1 - The Energy Corridor Boundary Map

The Energy Corridor is one of the Houston area’s premier employment centers. It is located along IH 10
from the intersection at Kirkwood to the intersection at Barker Cypress, and extends south along
Eldridge and Enclave Parkways south of Briar Forest Drive. The Energy Corridor is so-called because it
contains the headquarters locations and regional offices of prominent international energy and energy
services firms including BP America, Shell Exploration and Production, ExxonMobil Chemical,
ConocoPhillips, CITGO, Dow Chemical, and Mustang. Other, non-energy, companies also have
headquarters in the corridor including Cardinal Health Care Inc., Sysco Corporation, Gulf States Toyota,
and Star Furniture. Overall, The Energy Corridor includes a population of 18,000 and 78,000 jobs. The
Corridor contains nearly 19 million square feet of office space (of which 75% is Class A) and over 1.3
million square feet of retail.
Another geographic area that will be used in this report is a much larger area (Illustrated on Exhibit 2),
which will be referred to as the “Commute Zone,” which includes the zip codes that are most often
represented in surveys of The Energy Corridor employees.

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The Commute Zone map on
the right represents an area
where a substantial number
of The Energy Corridor
employees live. According to
the U.S. Bureau of the Census,
the persons who work in the
Corridor commute from all
over the Houston region.

Exhibit 2 - Map of The Energy Corridor “Commute Zone”

Exhibit 3 is a density map
generated by the Census
Longitudinal
EmployeeHouse-hold Dynamics system
and their tool “OnTheMap”
(OTM) Version. The color of
the area represents the
number of commuters to The
Energy Corridor within each
Zip Code.
The Energy Corridor workers’
residences
are
widely
dispersed according to the
Census. In 2010 only 48.4%
of The Energy Corridor
workers lived within the ZIP
codes shown on Exhibit 2.

Exhibit 3 - Residential Location of Workers 2010
The Energy Corridor Area

Source: U.S Bureau of the Census. Longitudinal Employee-Household Dynamics, OnTheMap
(OTM) Version 6.0.1, 2012

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Major Employers
Table 1 - Major Employers (200+ employees)
Company Name
Mustang Engineering (Wood Group)
BP America
Shell Oil Company, Woodcreek
Conoco
Methodist West Houston Hospital
Mariner Post-Acute Network
The Friedkin Group
Sysco Corporation
Technip USA Corp
Shaw Group Inc
Foster Wheeler USA Corp
Texas Children's Hospital West
Dow Chemical (Union Carbide)
Phillips Petroleum
Star Furniture
CITGO Petroleum Company
Cardinal Health
ExxonMobil Chemical Company
KBR Inc.
Gulf States Toyota
Alliance Wood Group Engineering
Sercel Inc.
Worley Parsons
Gulf Interstate Engineering Co.
J Ray McDermott SA
McDermott International Inc
PGS Americas
Expro Americas LLC
Clover Global Solutions L.P.
Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc
Sonsub Inc. (Saipem)
Stone & Webster Mgt. Consultant, Inc.
Don Mc Gill Toyota
Mossy Nissan
Omni Houston At Westside
Westside Lexus
Sam's Club - Highway 6 North
Atwood Oceanics, Inc
Enventure Global Technology
SBM Atlantia, Inc.

Address
16001 Park Ten Place
501 Westlake Park Blvd.
200 North Dairy Ashford
600 N. Dairy Ashford
18500 Katy Freeway
15415 Katy Freeway, Suite 800
1375 Enclave Pkwy.
1390 Enclave Pkwy
11700 Katy Freeway
1430 Enclave Pkwy
585 N Dairy Ashford St
18200 Katy Freeway
1254 Enclave Parkway
Westlake Park Blvd.
16666 Barker Springs Rd
1293 Eldridge Pkwy
1330 Enclave Pkwy
13501 Katy Freeway
1080 Eldridge Parkway
1355 Enclave Pkwy
330 Barker Cypress
17200 Park Row
575 N Dairy Ashford St
16010 Barkers Point Lane, Suite 600
757 N Eldridge Pkwy
777 N Eldridge Pkwy
15150 Memorial Dr
738 Highway 6 South
16225 Park Ten Place
15415 Katy Freeway # 100
15950 Park Row
1430 Enclave Parkway
11800 Katy Freeway
12150 Katy Freeway
13210 Katy Freeway
12000 Katy Freeway
1025 Highway 6 North
15835 Park Ten Place
15995 N. Barkers Landing, #350
1255 Enclave Pkwy., Suite 600

Employees
11,945
9,537
3,000
2,600
2,100
2,000
2,000
1,800
1,800
1,500
1,000
1,000
950
900
850
845
750
750
700
600
450
450
450
430
400
400
400
350
300
300
300
300
230
230
221
220
212
200
200
200

Source: CDS Market Research, based on data from the Greater Houston Partnership and the Sites on Texas business
databases and telephone calls to major employers. The employment numbers are approximate.

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Land Use
Land Use Maps
Exhibit 4 - Overall Existing Land Use Map

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Exhibit 5 - Overall 2030 Land Use Map

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Exhibit 6 - Western Zone - Existing Land Use Map

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Exhibit 7 - Western Zone - 2030 Land Use Map

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Exhibit 8 - West-Central Zone - Existing Land Use Map

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Exhibit 9 - West-Central Zone - 2030 Land Use Map

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Exhibit 10 - East-Central Zone - Existing Land Use Map

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Exhibit 11 - East-Central Zone - 2030 Land Use Map

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Exhibit 12 - Eastern Zone - Existing Land Use Map

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Exhibit 13 - Eastern Zone - 2030 Land Use Map

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Exhibit 14 - Southern Zone - Existing Land Use Map

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Exhibit 15 - Southern Zone - 2030 Land Use Map

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Development Summary
The table below illustrates the total commercial development in The Energy Corridor as of September
2010. This data is based on the parcel level GIS information on land use, illustrated on the previous
pages, prepared by CDS Market Research. The source data used in this analysis was updated for the
2012 inventory. The parcel-level shape file was downloaded from the Harris County Appraisal District to
capture tracts that were subdivided. The parcel data was downloaded from HCAD’s public data
inventory in September 2011, when the 2011 tax records were finalized. Where parcel data was not
available from HCAD, CDS added data from the inventory. The boundaries of The Energy Corridor Study
area have been adjusted for the 2012 report and the numbers in following tables do not correlate
entirely with those from the same categories of previous reports.

Table 2 - Existing and Future Commercial and Industrial Space
The Energy Corridor
Building Size in Square Feet
Type

West

WestCentral

EastCentral

East

South

Total

Existing 2012
Office/Mixed Use

2,357,056

2,850,063

9,168,441

2,218,936

3,697,053

20,291,549

Industrial/Warehouse

2,007,231

341,316

0

217,076

10,800

2,576,423

516,394

591,249

243,872

1,140,346

413,009

2,904,870

4,880,681

3,782,628

9,412,313

3,576,358

4,120,862

25,772,842

Retail
Grand Total

Future 2030
Office/Mixed Use

4,129,417

7,407,480

14,818,879

3,312,189

3,966,953

33,634,918

Industrial/Warehouse

1,862,209

354,415

0

140,426

10,800

2,367,850

Retail

1,021,339

589,453

442,477

928,450

543,048

3,524,767

Grand Total

7,012,965

8,351,348

15,261,356

4,381,065

4,520,801

39,527,535

The office space tabulation above is reasonably consistent with the office building listings in Tables 9
through 13. The 2012 land use tables include all buildings that were completed in 2011.
In the case of retail, the 2.5 million square feet in the table above is substantially more than in the 1.3
million square feet listing in the tabulation of shopping centers (Table 6). The reason for this difference
is that Table 6 only includes shopping centers in excess of 10,000 square feet in size and does not
include most of the owner-occupied, single use, or “pad” retail buildings such as banks, freestanding
restaurants, and convenience stores.

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Table 3 - Current and Future Housing Units
The Energy Corridor
Number of Housing Units
Type

WestCentral

West

EastCentral

East

South

Total

Existing 2012
Multifamily Condo/Apts

0

1,677

1,473

468

3,368

6,986

Single Family, Attached

0

0

933

23

30

986

Single Family, Detached

0

990

568

146

130

1,834

Grand Total

0

2,667

2,974

637

3,528

9,806

Future 2030
Multifamily Condo/Apts

0

3,737

3,385

758

3,398

11,278

Single Family, Attached

0

200

933

23

30

1,186

Single Family, Detached

0

990

542

146

130

1,808

Grand Total

0

4,927

4,860

927

3,558

14,272

For the 2012 multifamily unit count, the 6,986 units listed in the table above include condominium
projects and HCAD unit counts as compared with the 6,554 units in only apartment projects listed in
Table 4.

Table 4 - Current and Future Population and Employment
The Energy Corridor
Population and Employment
Type

West

WestCentral

EastCentral

East

South

Total

Existing 2012
Population Estimate
Employment Estimate
Population Estimate
Employment Estimate

559
11,587

6,860

7,278

1,679

4,648

21,025

11,587
31,313
Future 2030

10,236

13,483

78,206

896

8,958

9,221

1,679

4,686

25,441

23,314

26,581

50,666

13,437

14,673

128,669

The table above contains estimates for population and employment in the Energy Corridor area. These
estimates were calculated based on characteristics in the parcel data from HCAD and supplementations
added to that data by CDS. Population is calculated using a variety of people-per-housing unit ratios,
depending on the type of housing unit. Employment is calculated using floor area ratios specific to the
various commercial land uses. All ratios assume a reasonably high, but not 100%, occupancy rate.

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Multi-Family Housing
Table 5 - Apartments
The Energy Corridor (sorted by class, then by number of units)
Apartment Complex
Chandler Park
Broadstone Memorial
Briar Forest Apartments/Lofts
Heritage at Park Row
San Paloma
Carrington Park-Empirian
AMLI of Eldridge Parkway Ph I
Village on the Parkway
Park on Memorial, The
Eclipse, Phase I
Arcadian West
San Montego
Village on Memorial, The
Legend at Park Ten, The
Park Place
Promenade Memorial
AMLI of Eldridge Parkway Ph II
Marquis on Memorial, The
Eagle Hollow
Live Oak
Wisteria Gardens
Meadows on Memorial
Memorial Trails

Address
1950 Eldridge Pkwy
875 Eldridge Pkwy
13202 Briar Forest
15211 Park Row
1255 Eldridge Pkwy
15335 Park Row
1415 Eldridge Pkwy
1333 Eldridge Pkwy
14855 Memorial Dr
1725 Crescent Plaza
14220 Park Row
1600 Eldridge
15200 Memorial Drive
15000 Park Row
15200 Park Row
15135 Memorial
1415 Eldridge Pkwy
15885 Memorial Dr
11900 Wickchester
851 Threadneedle
611 N Dairy Ashford
700 Memorial Mews
14900 Memorial Dr

Zip
77077
77079
77077
77084
77077
77084
77077
77077
77079
77077
77079
77077
77079
77084
77084
77079
77077
77079
77043
77079
77079
77079
77079

Class
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
Total

Units
432
401
400
400
396
390
368
352
334
330
318
314
305
236
229
228
216
104
350
162
116
96
77
6,554

Built
1998
2008
2009
1999
2006
2004
1997
1994
1991
2009
1998
1998
2005
1999
1996
1992
1999
1993
1981
1977
1970
1981
1970

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research

Table 6 - Apartments – Under Construction and Proposed
The Energy Corridor
Apartment Complex
Eclipse, Phase II
Alliance Apartment Project
Domain at Eldridge, The

Location
1725 Crescent Plaza
14925 Memorial Dr
Crescent Plaza Dr

Class
A
A
A
Total

Units
270
328
320
918

Status
U/C
Proposed
Proposed

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research, Energy Corridor District

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Retail
Table 7 - Retail Centers
The Energy Corridor (over 10,000 square feet) ranked by size
Existing Center Name
Star Furniture
Bally Park 10
Sam's Club
Tully I-10 Shopping Ctr
Parkway Villages Shopping Ctr
Kirkwood Center
Plazas At The Parkway, The
LA Fitness
TK Center Retail
Dairy Ashford Center
Grainger Supply Store
11939 Katy Frwy
Slosburg Retail at Kroger (ph. II)
Eldridge Retail Center
Olive Hill
Plaza at the Park Ten
Satya retail at Sandbridge
Retail 14515 Katy Freeway
Golden Oak
Addicks Plaza
The Enclave on Eldridge Bldg A
Eldridge Briar Retail Center
Satya Retail Pad Sites
Eldridge Village Shopping Ctr
Kayvon Plaza II
Kayvon Plaza I
15625 Katy Frwy
La-Z-Boy Furniture
CVS Pharmacy
Memorial & Eldridge Center
IBC Bank Eldridge and Briar Forest
Briarforest Plaza
Briar Hills Parkway
Barker Cypress Plaza
Katy Addicks Plaza
Fincher Eldridge/Enclave
Le Mistral and Foody's

Address
16666 Barker Springs
17750 Katy Fwy
1025 Hwy 6, N
12151 Katy Frwy
1506 Eldridge Pkwy
11635 Katy Frwy
1127 Eldridge Pkwy
1555 Eldridge Pkwy
1809 Eldridge Pkwy
1001 Dairy Ashford, S
17010 Katy Fwy
11939 Katy Frwy
13410 Briar Forest
1520 Eldridge Pkwy
1531 Eldridge Pkwy
1029 Hwy 6 N
1275 Eldridge Pkwy
14515 Katy Freeway
214 Addicks Howell Rd
432 Hwy 6, N
1100 Eldridge Pkwy
1635 Eldridge Pkwy
Eldridge Crescent
1402 Eldridge Pkwy
15445 Memorial Dr
15455 Memorial Dr
15625 Katy Frwy
15905 Katy Fwy
15010 Memorial Dr, N
840 N Eldridge Pkwy
1545 Eldridge Pkwy
13346 Briar Forest
1101 Hwy 6, S
18111 Katy Frwy
14725 Katy Fwy
1140 Eldridge Pkwy
1420 Eldridge Pkwy

Zip
77084
77084
77079
77079
77077
77079
77077
77088
77077
77079
77084
77079
77077
77077
77077
77079
77077
77079
77079
77079
77077
77077
77077
77077
77079
77079
77094
77094
77079
77079
77077
77077
77077
77079
77079
77077
77077
Totals

Net SF
174,425
150,000
135,011
126,600
100,000
50,400
46,670
45,000
42,000
26,598
26,400
20,522
18,700
18,320
18,320
18,102
18,000
17,645
17,645
17,460
16,822
16,750
16,750
15,960
15,313
15,000
15,000
14,724
13,647
12,421
11,981
11,981
11,650
10,750
10,065
10,000
10,000
1,316,632

Year Built
1980
2006
1992
1974
2000
1969
2001
2006
2009
1978
2006
1979
2007
2009
2008
2000
2007
2009
2008
1978
2008
2009
2009
1998
2004
2004
1996
2000
2005
1998
2007
2005
1978
2009
2003
2009
2008

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research, Harris County Appraisal District, Energy Corridor District

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Table 8 - Retail Centers - Under Construction and Proposed
The Energy Corridor (over 10,000 square feet)
Center Name

Address

Top Golf Entertainment
Westlake Commons Retail Project
Satya Crescent Center

Katy Fwy at Memorial Brook
Westlake Park
Eldridge Parkway

Zip

Net SF

Status

77084
77079
77077
Totals

25,000
100,000
83,368
208,368

U/C
Proposed
Proposed

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research, Harris County Appraisal District, Energy Corridor District

Table 9 - Regional Shopping Centers
(Serving The Houston Houston Energy Corridor but Outside of the Boundaries)
Center Name
Memorial City Mall
Katy Mills Mall
West Oaks Mall

Address
1000
5000
1000

Gessner
Katy Mills Circle
West Oaks Mall

Zip
77024
77024
77082
Total

Net SF
1,883,497
1,189,816
1,073,112
4,146,425

Year Built
1966
1999
1984

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research, Harris County Appraisal District

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Office
Table 10 - Class A - Office Buildings
The Energy Corridor (listed by size)
Class A Building
Conoco Center, 16 Buildings
One Westlake Park BP Center
Shell - Woodcreek
Four Westlake Park
Energy Tower II
Three Westlake Park
Gulf States Toyota 2 office buildings
BP Helios Plaza / E&P Learning Ctr
Two Westlake Park
Dow Houston-The Plaza at Enclave
Eldridge Oaks I
Energy Center I
15375 Memorial Dr.
Energy Tower I
Shaw - Stone & Webster Bldg.
Sysco Headquarters Ph I
Energy Center II
ExxonMobil Chemical
Three Eldridge Place
Kirkwood Atrium III
Two Eldridge Place
Energy Crossing I
Ten West Corporate Center II
CITGO -- Eldridge Green
One Eldridge Place
Energy Crossing I
Kirkwood Atrium II
1401 Enclave Pkwy
Cardinal Health Services
Sysco Conference Center
Ten West Corporate Center I
Enclave on the Lake
Shell Exploration & Production
Shell Woodcreek Phase I.
One Park 10 Plaza
The Offices at Park 10, Phase 1
The Offices at Park 10, Phase 2
Park Ten Plaza
Park Ten Centre

Address
600 N Dairy Ashford Rd.
501 Westlake Park Blvd.
200 Dairy Ashford
200 Westlake Park Blvd.
11720 Katy Fwy
550 Westlake Park Blvd.
1345 Enclave
501 Westlake Park
580 Westlake Park Blvd.
1254 Enclave
1080 Eldridge Parkway
575 N. Dairy Ashford Rd.
15375 Memorial Dr.
11700 Katy Fwy
1430 Enclave Parkway.
1370 Enclave Parkway
585 N. Dairy Ashford
13501 Katy Fwy
737 N Eldridge Parkway
11757 Katy Fwy
757 N Eldridge Pkwy.
14400 Katy Fwy
17420 Katy Fwy
1293 Eldridge Parkway.
777 N Eldridge Parkway.
15021 Katy Frwy
11767 Katy Fwy
1401 Enclave Parkway
1330 Enclave Parkway.
1390 Enclave Parkway
17404 Katy Fwy
1255 Enclave Parkway.
150 N Dairy Ashford
200 N. Dairy Ashford Rd.
16225 Park Ten Place Dr.
16282 Park Ten Place Dr.
16290 Park Ten Place Dr.
15115 Park Row
1311 Broadfield Blvd.

Zip
77079
77079
77079
77079
77079
77079
77077
77079
77079
77077
77079
77079
77079
77079
77077
77077
77079
77079
77079
77079
77079
77079
77094
77077
77079
77079
77079
77077
77077
77077
77094
77077
77079
77079
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084

Sq. Feet
1,200,000
949,379
820,000
561,065
447,000
414,792
400,000
390,000
381,327
354,000
350,000
330,000
327,325
325,826
312,564
312,000
303,000
301,000
300,000
280,435
279,329
250,000
250,000
249,158
239,501
239,166
224,630
208,000
200,000
200,000
200,000
171,091
170,000
170,000
164,676
160,800
156,468
155,789
155,040

Built
1984
1982
1981
1992
2009
1983
2009
2009
1982
2008
2009
2008
1985
1999
1994
2006
2009
1980
2009
1984
1986
2009
2007
1999
1985
2009
1982
2006
1999
2005
1998
1999
2009
2008
1982
1999
2006
2000
1999

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Class A Building
1200 Enclave Pkwy.
The Reserve at Park Ten Place
Phase I
Texas Children's Hospital Physician
Building
PGS Americas.
Barker's Landing Gulf Plaza
Woodbranch Office Plaza I
Woodbranch Office Plaza II
Park Ten Place
Woodbranch Bldg.
Reliability Bldg
Shell Exploration Amenities Center

Address
1200 Enclave Parkway.

Zip
77077

Sq. Feet
153,667

Built
1999

15721 Park Row

77084

150,000

2009

18400 Katy Fwy
15150 Memorial Dr.
16010 Barkers Point Ln.
12121 Wickchester Ln.
12141 Wickchester Ln.
16365 Park Ten
12012 Wickchester Ln.
16400 Park Row
200 N. Dairy Ashford Rd.

77084
77079
77079
77079
77079
77084
77079
77084
77079
Totals

150,000
146,765
120,651
119,639
118,448
110,405
108,999
90,000
30,000
14,201,935

2010
1992
1982
1983
1983
2009
1983
1985
2008

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research, Harris County Appraisal District, Energy Corridor District

Table 11 - Class B - Office Buildings
The Energy Corridor (listed by size)
Class B Building
Ashford V
Ashford VII
Ashford VI
Freeway Tech Center
Diamond Offshore
Memorial 6 Office Bldg.
Atrium at Park Ten
16001 Park Ten Place Dr.
Timberway II
Park Row Place - (Mustang)
Park Row Center
Ashford East
Parkview I
16430 Park Ten Pl
Ten Plaza West - Sea Engineering
Park 10
Briar Hills I
PBS&J Plaza
Yancey Hausman Office/Flex
Timberway I
Lincoln Park Ten
Ashford Place III
Park 10
Mustang Engineering
17171 Park Row Bldg.

Address

Zip

Sq. Feet

14701 St. Mary's Ln.
900 Threadneedle St.
1155 Dairy Ashford Rd.
17000 Katy Fwy
15415 Katy Fwy
738 S Hwy 6
16340 Park Ten Place Dr.
16001 Park Ten Place Dr.
15995 N Barkers Landing Rd.
17900 Park Row
15342 Park Row
1160 Dairy Ashford Rd.
330 Barker Cypress Rd.
16430 Park Ten Place Dr.
15915 Katy Fwy
1400 Broadfield Blvd.
1011 S Hwy 6
1250 Woodbranch Park Dr.
16901 Park Row
15990 N Bakers Landing Rd.
15810 Park Ten Place Dr.
14800 St. Mary's Ln.
16420 Park Ten Place Dr.
16900 Park Row
17171 Park Row

77079
77079
77079
77084
77094
77079
77084
77084
77079
77084
77084
77079
77094
77084
77094
77084
77077
77079
77084
77079
77084
77079
77084
77084
77084

202,916
188,113
183,268
174,521
165,600
156,703
139,834
136,954
130,578
121,000
118,500
113,289
111,532
109,544
104,337
102,865
101,630
100,054
100,000
93,789
85,026
84,775
83,078
82,212
74,774

Built
1981
1979
1981
2007
1983
1985
1981
1983
1983
2007
2009
1979
1987
1982
1982
1982
1982
1981
2009
1982
1982
1979
1982
1980
1982

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Class B Building

Address

Park Ten Place I
Park Ten Place II
810 S Hwy 6
Atwood Oceanics
Ashford Place
1201 Dairy Ashford Rd.
Ashford IV
Two Park Ten Place
Ashford Atrium
Barkers Point Plaza
16211 Park Ten Place Dr.
Wood Group
Universal Fidelity Corporation
Sonangal
Bernstien Perwin 3 Story Office Bldg.
Wells Fargo Bank Bldg.
One Park Ten Place
Memorial Office Park, Bldg. B
Memorial Office Park, Bldg. A
16000 Memorial Dr.
Briarhills Parkway Bldg.
Bernstien Perwein Office Building
Ashford Plaza Medical Center
Sylvan Inc. - Orthodontist
Foundation Surgery

16350 Park Ten Place Dr.
16360 Park Ten Place Dr.
810 S Hwy 6
15835 Park Ten Place Dr.
950 Threadneedle St.
1201 Dairy Ashford Rd.
14811 St. Mary's Ln.
16300 Katy Fwy
14825 St. Mary's Ln.
16000 Barkers Point Ln.
16211 Park Ten Place Dr.
1410 Park Ten Blvd.
1445 Langham Creek Dr.
1177 Enclave Pkwy.
14511 Old Katy Rd
1035 Dairy Ashford Rd.
16365 Park Ten Place Dr.
14925 Memorial Dr.
14925 Memorial Dr.
16000 Memorial Dr.
14515 Briarhills Pkwy.
14521 Old Katy Rd
14730-14740 Barryknoll Ln.
1398 Eldridge
15775 Park Ten Place Dr.

Zip
77084
77084
77079
77084
77079
77079
77079
77094
77079
77079
77084
77084
77084
77077
77079
77079
77084
77079
77079
77079
77077
77084
77079
77077
77084
Total

Sq. Feet
71,893
69,667
68,987
59,825
58,511
58,001
57,311
57,050
44,474
41,607
40,800
40,000
40,000
36,907
36,000
35,150
34,034
33,578
28,951
28,229
25,173
25,000
20,000
18,000
18,000
4,112,040

Built
1979
1981
1980
1981
1977
1976
1980
1983
1978
1981
1980
2003
2006
2002
2009
1977
2006
1979
1979
1981
1982
2005
1978
2007
2004

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research, Harris County Appraisal District, Energy Corridor District

Table 12 - Class C - Office Buildings
The Energy Corridor (listed by size)
Class C Building
Kirkwood Atrium North & South
Fountains @ Park Ten
11999 Katy Fwy
One Woodbranch Centre
Addicks Ten Business Park
NACE International
West Quad Bldg
Addicks Atrium
Syntron
Memorial Plaza
14960 Park Row
303 Stafford St.

Address
11777 Katy Fwy
16430 Park Ten Place
11999 Katy Fwy
11931 Wickchester Ln.
14520, 14526, 14530 Old
Katy Rd.
1440 S Creek Dr
16600 Park Row
430 S Hwy 6
17150 Park Row
15119 Memorial Dr.
14960 Park Row
303 Stafford St.

Zip

Sq. Feet

Built

77079
77084
77079
77043

123,300
114,000
106,748
65,900

1979
1982
1980
1984

77079
77084
77084
77079
77084
77079
77084
77079
Total

31,000
28,000
24,000
20,006
17,000
15,351
13,508
11,000
569,813

1981
1977
1981
1979
1981
1969
1995
n/a

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research, Harris County Appraisal District, Energy Corridor District

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Table 13 - Summary of Existing Office Buildings by Sub District
The Energy Corridor
District
Ashford Place
Energy Corridor District
Enclave Parkway
Other Areas
Park Ten East and West
South Highway 6
Woodbranch/Kirkwood
Grand Total

Class A
7,741,105
2,311,322
327,325
1,587,389
609,817
1,624,977
14,201,935

Class B

Class C

652,462
727,506

67,859

224,367
1,929,533
478,118
100,054
4,112,040

186,000
20,006
295,948
569,813

Grand Total
652,462
8,536,470
2,311,322
551,692
3,702,922
1,107,941
2,020,979
18,883,788

Exhibit 16 - Energy Corridor Sub-Districts Map

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Table 14 - Office Buildings - Under Construction and Proposed
Under Construction
Under Construction Building
Methodist Hospital 6 Professional/Medical Buildings

Address
Katy Fwy

Zip
77084
Total

Sq. Feet
160,000
160,000

Proposed
Proposed Building
Skanska Two Office Buildings on former ARCO site
Trammell Crow GLO Property Building
Shell Proposed Office
Energy Tower III
Eldridge Oaks II
Energy Crossing II
Enclave Corporate Center
The Reserve at Park Ten Place Phase II

Location
15375 Memorial Dr
Eldridge at Katy Fwy
200 N. Dairy Ashford
Katy Fwy
Eldridge at Enclave
14400 Katy Fwy
Enclave
15720 Park Ten Place

Zip
77079
77079
77079
77079
77079
77079
77077
77084
Total

Sq. Feet
700,000
530,000
500,000
447,000
350,000
230,000
170,000
150,000
3,077,000

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Industrial/Warehouse/Distribution
Table 15 - Industrial/Warehouse/Distribution Facilities
Facility
Park 10 Service Center
Park Ten Distribution Center
Star Furniture
Public Storage
16400 Park Row
16727 Park Row
Park-Ten Crescent
First Document Storage Building
Techniplex Business Center
Techniplex Business Center I
Syntron Inc
801 N Eldridge Pkwy
Memorial Mini Storage
Park Row Center
Saipem America
KBR Technology Center
17015 Park Row
16514 Park Row
National Oilwell Varco
Canteen
Blue Bell
Sercel, Inc
Business Center at Park Ten - Phase I
Park Row Technology Center
Business Center at Park Ten - Phase II
Techniplex Business Center II
Technipark Ten Service Center
16610 Barker Springs
Terrapin Corporation
16400 B Park Row
Technipark Ten Service Center #4
16600 Park Row
Park Row, 16910
16930 Park Row
Business Center at Park Ten - Phase III
Continental Carbon
17150 Park Row
McMillian Equipment Company
Sears Service Center
Addicks 10 Business Park
Park Row Center I
Park Row, 16534
600 Highway 6
17111 Katy Freeway

Address
16802 Barker Springs
1325 Creek Dr
16666 Barker Springs
11900 Old Katy Rd 723
16400 Park Row
16727 Park Row
1304 Langham Creek Dr
16900 Park Row
1441 Park Ten Blvd
16203 Park Row
17200 Park Row
801 Eldridge Pkwy N
1101 Tully
16522 Park Row
15950 Park Row
16200 Park Row
17015 Park Row
16514 Park Row
16503 Park Row
15951 Park Row
16770 Park Row
17155 Park Row
15740 Park Row
16700 Park Row
15730 Park Row
16223 Park Row
16155 Park Row
16610 Barker Springs
16337 Park Row
16400 Park Row
16115 Park Row
16600 Park Row
16910 Park Row
16930 Park Row
15720 Park Row
16850 Park Row
17150 Park Row
16720 Park Row
16555 Park Row
13800 Old Katy Rd
15330 Park Row
16534 Park Row
600 Highway 6
17111 Katy Fwy

Zip
77084
77084
77084
77079
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77079
77079
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77084
77079
77084
77084
77079
77094

Gross SF
250,331
152,700
141,850
136,132
131,000
100,000
89,541
82,212
79,000
78,116
75,000
74,923
72,058
71,500
70,000
70,000
60,100
57,500
50,500
50,000
50,000
50,000
45,000
42,070
41,400
38,244
37,701
35,361
35,170
35,000
33,934
31,410
29,709
29,600
28,800
28,000
27,500
27,000
24,118
15,400
15,000
14,750
13,602
11,400

Yr Built
1978
1980
1980
1979
1980
1975
1979
1980
1976
1982
1980
1980
1978
1979
1976
1978
1979
1900
1978
1980
2007
1981
1998
1998
1998
2000
1984
1980
1979
1985
1984
1981
1978
1978
1998
1980
1978
1973
1978
1961
2008
1978
2005
1980

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Facility

Address

Park Ten Business Park

Zip

16510 Park Row

Gross SF

77084

10,000

Total

2,642,632

Yr Built
1980

Source: O’Connor & Associates, CDS Market Research, Harris County Appraisal District , Grubb & Ellis Data Services

Hospitality
Table 16 - Hotels and Motels
Existing Hotel/Motel

Address

Rooms

Omni Westside Hotel
Crowne Plaza: Houston West
Embassy Suites Energy Corridor

13210 Katy Freeway
14703 Park Row
11730 Katy Freeway

400
349
290

Marriott Park 10
Hilton Garden Inn

16011 Katy Freeway
12245 Katy Freeway

206
190

Courtyard Marriott
Extended Stay Deluxe

12401 Katy Freeway
15385 Katy Freeway

176
146

Studio 6
Residence Inn Marriott

1255 N Highway 6
1150 Eldridge Pkwy

135
130

Staybridge Suites

1225 Eldridge Pkwy

130

Red Roof Inn

15701 Park Ten Place

122

Drury Inn West

1000 Hwy. 6 @ Katy Freeway

120

Hyatt Summerfield Suites
Holiday Inn Energy Corridor
Residence Inn Marriott

15405 Katy Freeway
Enclave Parkway
Barker Cypress at Park Row

120
120
120

Hampton Inn - 1-10 West
Homewood Suites Park 10 Lodging
La Quinta Inn & Suites - Park 10

11333 Katy Freeway
14450 Park Row
15225 Katy Freeway

119
119
117

Holiday Inn Express West Energy

12323 Katy Freeway

115

Value Place I-10 West
Towne Place Suites West
Fairfield Inn Marriott
Motel 6 Studio Extended Stay
Comfort Inn West

121 Baker Rd
15155 Katy Freeway
15111 Katy Freeway
14833 Katy Freeway
715 Hwy. 6 @ Memorial

114
82
82
80
63

Super 8 Motel

15101 Katy Freeway
Total Units

47
3,692

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Institutional
Institutions in The Energy Corridor Commute Zone
Hospitals
Two new hospitals were recently completed in The Energy Corridor.
Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus is a $220-million, 350,000-square-foot, 48 bed pediatric hospital,
which will soon be expanded to 96 beds. The Methodist West Houston Hospital is a $300 million, 192bed hospital. The two hospitals and their respective medical professional buildings represent an initial
development of over 1.1 million square feet, valued at greater than $500 million on the 170 acre
campus. Both of these hospitals were opened in 2010.
Collectively, these two new hospitals and the medical office development anticipated around them are
known as The Texas Medical Center West Campus.

Table 17 - Existing Hospitals
The Energy Corridor Commuter Zone
Facility

Beds

Memorial Hermann Memorial City Hospital

527

Houston Northwest Medical Center
Memorial Hermann Northwest Hospital

508
240

Methodist West Houston Hospital

192

West Houston Medical Center
Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center Hospital
The Menninger Clinic
Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital

177
150
135
118

CHRISTUS St. Catherine Hospital
Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus

102
48
Totals

2,197

Source: Houston Chronicle and American Hospital Directory,
http://www.ahd.com/states/hospital_TX.html

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Educational Institutions

The Energy Corridor Area Occupations
In this analysis, CDS Market Research used the demographic data from Neilsen/Claritas to compare the
population demographics of two areas, The Houston Central Business District and The Energy Corridor.
The Neilsen/Claritas database provides estimates of area demographics based on the 2000 Census with
adjustments to account for changes over time. CDS has purchased the data and uses the analysis tool
PCensus, to determine the demographics of any area selected on a map.

Comparison of 30-minute Drive Time
The red line on the map
at the right illustrates the
Exhibit 17 - 30-Minute Drive Time Map
area within which the
morning commute would
take approximately 30minutes to The Energy
Corridor.
The 30 minute drive
times coming out of our
demographic
analysis
program
are
rough
approximations,
not
based on detailed peak
period
directional
speeds.
They work
reasonably well for nonpeak periods of travel.
The only adjustment that
can
be
made
to
approximate peak-period
travel is to provide lower
peak-period speeds by
roadway type (Freeway,
Highway, Arterial, Local).
Therefore this analysis
cannot allow for faster
speeds in the reverse
commute direction than
in the peak travel direction. Therefore, proper analysis should show an expanded commute profile on
the eastern side of the contour. The table on the next

Table 18 - Universities and Colleges
The Energy Corridor Commuter Zone

Houston Community College System (FTE)

Fall 2011
Enrollment
Estimate
72,000

Lone Star College – Cy-Fair
University of Phoenix – Houston Westside

18,000
3,000

School

University of Houston – Cinco Ranch
Belhaven University
Strayer University

1,600
175
Unknown

Table 19 - Area Independent School
Districts
ISD

2010-2011
Enrollment

Alief
45,657
Cypress-Fairbanks
105,860
Fort Bend
68,710
Houston
203,294
Katy
60,573
Spring Branch
32,879
Source: Texas Education Agency (TEA)

2011 TEA
Rating
Recognized
Recognized
Acceptable
Acceptable
Recognized
Acceptable

Source: CDS Market Research

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page illustrates the results of the 30-minute drive time demographics.
In summary, The Energy Corridor 30 mile commute zone contains
• Over 1.6 million people
• More than 580,000 households
• Nearly 800,000 employed persons
• 26.7% of the Houston MSA population
• 28.1% of Houston MSA households
• 28.6% of Houston MSA employed persons
• 33.3% of the “business and technical professionals” in the Houston MSA.
* “Business and Technical Professional” occupational categories include: Management; Business and Financial Operations;
Computer and Mathematical; Architecture and Engineering; and Life, Physical, and Social Science

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Table 20 - The Energy Corridor Occupations
30 minute drive time
Pop Facts:

Energy Corridor – 30
minute drive time

Houston MSA

Population
2016 Projection
2011 Estimate
2000 Census
1990 Census

1,768,664
1,609,506
1,254,070
954,641

6,604,234
6,036,667
4,715,407
3,767,335

Growth 2011-2016
Growth 2000-2011
Growth 1990-2000

9.89%
28.34%
31.37%

9.40%
28.02%
25.17%

Households
2016 Projection
2011 Estimate
2000 Census
1990 Census

637,460
587,383
470,148
376,661

2,271,517
2,091,596
1,656,799
1,352,500

Growth 2011-2016
Growth 2000-2011
Growth 1990-2000

8.53%
24.94%
24.82%

8.60%
26.24%
22.50%

2011 Estimated Employed Population Age 16 and Over
by Occupation
Management , Including Farmers and Farm Managers
Business and Financial Operations
Computer and Mathematical
Architecture and Engineering
Life, Physical, and Social Science
Community and Social Services
Legal
Education, Training, and Library
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical
Healthcare Support
Protective Service
Food Preparation and Serving Related
Building and Grounds Cleaning, and Maintenance
Service : Personal Care and Service
Sales and Related Occupations
Office and Administrative Support
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry
Construction and Extraction
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
Production
Transportation and Material Moving

798,243
85,787
47,020
23,117
28,285
10,412
8,220
14,629
42,168
15,285
32,365
13,388
13,104
44,281
35,270
23,424
101,953
103,902
1373
52,485
23,068
42,421
36,285

10.75%
5.89%
2.90%
3.54%
1.30%
1.03%
1.83%
5.28%
1.91%
4.05%
1.68%
1.64%
5.55%
4.42%
2.93%
12.77%
13.02%
0.17%
6.58%
2.89%
5.31%
4.55%

2,792,285
274,486
130,408
61,644
84,697
32,463
30,143
36,204
160,470
43,034
123,523
50,897
56,338
143,622
121,064
81,932
313,700
367,149
5,840
230,084
97,570
171,992
175,025

9.83%
4.67%
2.21%
3.03%
1.16%
1.08%
1.30%
5.75%
1.54%
4.42%
1.82%
2.02%
5.14%
4.34%
2.93%
11.23%
13.15%
0.21%
8.24%
3.49%
6.16%
6.27%

Source: PCensus for MapInfo, Tetrad Computer Applications, a reseller of Nielson/Claritas demographics

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Overall Location of Architects and Engineers
Because the residential location of engineers is critical to the businesses in The Energy Corridor, it is
important to understand where they live. The following map illustrates the residential density of
architects and engineers in the Houston area. Each dot on the map represents one architect or engineer
living within each census block. This map illustrates a strong westside preference for suburban
neighborhoods. The map did not show the entire region but there are concentrations of engineers in
the Clear Lake and Kingwood areas on the east side. A third (33.4%) of all architects and engineers in
the Houston MSA live within the 30 minute drive time of the Energy Corridor. Compare this to 28.6% of
all employed persons living within the same area.

Exhibit 18 - Map of Residential Location of Architects and Engineers

Source: PCensus for MapInfo, Tetrad Computer Applications, a reseller of Nielsen/Claritas demographics

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Detailed Demographic Information
Exhibit 19 - Energy Corridor District Boundaries

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Exhibit 20 - The Energy Corridor Study Area Map

34

Exhibit 21 - The Energy Corridor Demographic Area

35

Exhibit 22 - The Energy Corridor Commuting Region

Including ZIP Codes 77024, 77040, 77041, 77042, 77043, 77057, 77063, 77064, 77065, 77069, 77070, 77077,
77079, 77082, 77083, 77084, 77094, 77095, 77379, 77429, 77433, 77449, 77450, 77459, 77469, 77478, 77479,
77489, 77493, and 77494

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Exhibit 23 - Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)

Including Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto, and Waller
Counties

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Table 21 - 2011 Estimated Demographic Data
Demographic
Snapshot (Part 1)
Population
2016 Projection
2011 Estimate
2000 Census
1990 Census

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

7,122
6,283
4,219
2,808

16,762
15,177
11,609
8,105

200,511
183,080
144,890
111,307

1,553,038
1,393,835
978,898
679,454

6,604,234
6,036,667
4,715,407
3,767,335

Growth 2011-2016
Growth 2000-2011
Growth 1990-2000

13.35%
48.94%
50.23%

10.44%
30.74%
43.23%

9.52%
26.36%
30.17%

11.42%
42.39%
44.07%

9.40%
28.02%
25.17%

2011 Estimated
Population by
Race
White
Black or African
American
American Indian
and Alaska Native
Asian
Native Hawaiian
and Other Pacific
Islander
Some Other Race
Two or More Races
Hispanic or Latino

6,283

15,177

183,080

1,393,835

6,036,667

2011 Estimated
Population by
Single Race
Classification
White Alone
Black or African
American Alone
American Indian
and Alaska Native
Alone
Asian Alone
Native Hawaiian
and Other Pacific
Islander Alone
Some Other Race
Alone
Two or More Races

6,283

2011 Estimated
Population
Hispanic or Latino
by Origin
Not Hispanic or
Latino
Hispanic or Latino
Hispanic or Latino
by Origin
Mexican
Puerto Rican
Cuban

6,283

3,952
329

62.90%
5.24%

9,499
780

62.59%
5.14%

93,856
19028

51.27%
10.39%

667,148
183797

47.86%
13.19%

2,465,827
984343

40.85%
16.31%

22

0.35%

63

0.42%

668

0.36%

4124

0.30%

17512

0.29%

586
2

9.33%
0.03%

1876
4

12.36%
0.03%

16537
146

9.03%
0.08%

157258
944

11.28%
0.07%

350932
3867

5.81%
0.06%

11
235
1,144

0.18%
3.74%
18.21%

22
503
2,430

0.14%
3.31%
16.01%

381
5628
46,836

0.21%
3.07%
25.58%

2476
35139
342,949

0.18%
2.52%
24.60%

6899
102836
2,104,451

0.11%
1.70%
34.86%

15,177

183,080

1,393,835

6,036,667

4,781
344

76.09%
5.48%

11,182
815

73.68%
5.37%

118,573
19,440

64.77%
10.62%

843,170
187,319

60.49%
13.44%

3,531,356
1,001,166

58.50%
16.58%

30

0.49%

84

0.55%

1,027

0.56%

6,736

0.48%

32,557

0.54%

589
2

9.38%
0.04%

1,884
5

12.41%
0.03%

16,653
157

9.10%
0.09%

158,062
1,188

11.34%
0.09%

354,143
5,120

5.87%
0.08%

219

3.49%

554

3.65%

18,913

10.33%

142,162

10.20%

900,085

14.91%

316

5.03%

653

4.30%

8,317

4.54%

55,198

3.96%

212,240

3.52%

15,177

183,080

1,393,835

6,036,667

5,139

81.80%

12,747

83.99%

136,244

74.42%

1,050,886

75.40%

3,932,216

65.14%

1,144
1,144

18.20%

2,430
2,430

16.01%

46,836
46,836

25.58%

342,949
342,949

24.60%

2,104,451
2,104,451

34.86%

685
37
19

59.86%
3.26%
1.66%

1,483
73
55

61.01%
3.01%
2.27%

31,308
1,093
924

66.85%
2.33%
1.97%

244,496
7,807
5,860

71.29%
2.28%
1.71%

1,674,467
26,345
16,647

79.57%
1.25%
0.79%

38

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Snapshot (Part 1)
All Other Hispanic
or Latino

District
403

Study Area

35.22%

819

33.71%

13,511

28.85%

46,836

Commute Area
84,786

24.72%

386,992

18.39%

1,144

White Alone
Black or African
American Alone
American Indian
and Alaska Native
Alone
Asian Alone
Native Hawaiian
and Other Pacific
Islander Alone
Some Other Race
Alone
Two or More Races

829
15

72.48%
1.33%

1,683
35

69.26%
1.44%

24,717
412

52.77%
0.88%

176,022
3,522

51.33%
1.03%

1,065,529
16,823

50.63%
0.80%

8

0.66%

21

0.87%

359

0.77%

2,612

0.76%

15,045

0.71%

3
0

0.26%
0.00%

8
1

0.32%
0.04%

116
11

0.25%
0.02%

804
244

0.23%
0.07%

3,211
1,253

0.15%
0.06%

208

18.18%

532

21.89%

18,532

39.57%

139,686

40.73%

893,186

42.44%

81

7.10%

150

6.18%

2,689

5.74%

20,059

5.85%

109,404

5.20%

2011 Estimated
Population, Asian
Alone Race by
Category

589

Chinese, except
Taiwanese
Filipino
Japanese
Asian Indian
Korean
Vietnamese
Cambodian
Hmong
Laotian
Thai
All other Asian
Races, including 2
or more

123

20.88%

405

21.51%

3,213

19.29%

31,193

19.73%

65,298

18.44%

60
43
113
97
51
7
0
2
1
92

10.21%
7.29%
19.23%
16.54%
8.61%
1.11%
0.02%
0.38%
0.21%
15.53%

125
136
421
308
229
18
1
5
6
231

6.61%
7.24%
22.34%
16.34%
12.16%
0.94%
0.03%
0.24%
0.34%
12.24%

1,474
650
3,588
2,143
2,801
89
3
104
123
2,465

8.85%
3.90%
21.55%
12.87%
16.82%
0.53%
0.02%
0.62%
0.74%
14.80%

14,993
2,089
42,275
7,750
35,376
945
6
1,122
955
21,358

9.49%
1.32%
26.75%
4.90%
22.38%
0.60%
0.00%
0.71%
0.60%
13.51%

37,549
4,611
82,547
13,517
98,077
4,575
22
3,032
2,387
42,528

10.60%
1.30%
23.31%
3.82%
27.69%
1.29%
0.01%
0.86%
0.67%
12.01%

1,884

6,283

342,949

Houston MSA

2011 Estimated
Hispanic or Latino
by Single Race
Classification

2011 Estimated
Population by
Ancestry
Arab
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
French (except
Basque)
French Canadian
German
Greek
Hungarian
Irish
Italian
Lithuanian

2,430

Demographic Area

16,653

15,177

2,104,451

158,062

183,080

354,143

1,393,835

6,036,667

78
41
1
33
373
159

1.25%
0.65%
0.01%
0.53%
5.93%
2.53%

189
138
13
90
1,002
428

1.25%
0.91%
0.09%
0.59%
6.61%
2.82%

2,711
1,254
306
1,086
11,917
3,837

1.48%
0.68%
0.17%
0.59%
6.51%
2.10%

16,572
10,543
2,246
6,899
82,652
24,671

1.19%
0.76%
0.16%
0.49%
5.93%
1.77%

33,712
40,182
7,593
27,435
276,135
100,177

0.56%
0.67%
0.13%
0.45%
4.57%
1.66%

15
610
23
10
346
122
3

0.24%
9.71%
0.37%
0.16%
5.50%
1.95%
0.05%

64
1,531
70
26
872
349
11

0.42%
10.09%
0.46%
0.17%
5.74%
2.30%
0.07%

571
15,417
733
353
9,176
4,579
77

0.31%
8.42%
0.40%
0.19%
5.01%
2.50%
0.04%

3,853
124,667
5,069
2,067
65,915
31,686
1,095

0.28%
8.94%
0.36%
0.15%
4.73%
2.27%
0.08%

15,144
435,504
12,847
7,049
255,945
102,800
2,517

0.25%
7.21%
0.21%
0.12%
4.24%
1.70%
0.04%

39

Demographic
Snapshot (Part 1)
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese
Russian
Scottish
Scotch-Irish
Slovak
Subsaharan African
Swedish
Swiss
Ukrainian
United States of
America
Welsh
West Indian (exc
Hisp groups)
Other
Ancestry
Unclassified

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

53
77
0
64
138
77
2
85
32
12
21
309

0.85%
1.23%
0.00%
1.03%
2.19%
1.23%
0.02%
1.36%
0.51%
0.18%
0.33%
4.92%

119
195
4
130
306
229
3
202
100
32
46
750

0.79%
1.29%
0.02%
0.86%
2.01%
1.51%
0.02%
1.33%
0.66%
0.21%
0.30%
4.94%

1,176
2,033
310
1,004
3,087
2,761
107
2,400
943
237
303
8,494

0.64%
1.11%
0.17%
0.55%
1.69%
1.51%
0.06%
1.31%
0.52%
0.13%
0.17%
4.64%

6,299
16,227
1,314
6,302
17,511
15,473
804
23,181
5,947
1,757
1,468
67,830

0.45%
1.16%
0.09%
0.45%
1.26%
1.11%
0.06%
1.66%
0.43%
0.13%
0.11%
4.87%

19,685
55,580
4,675
17,679
54,958
58,775
2,133
83,798
21,898
5,463
4,725
279,774

0.33%
0.92%
0.08%
0.29%
0.91%
0.97%
0.04%
1.39%
0.36%
0.09%
0.08%
4.63%

22
20

0.34%
0.32%

54
36

0.35%
0.24%

552
744

0.30%
0.41%

4,218
6,401

0.30%
0.46%

12,734
19,303

0.21%
0.32%

3,158
397

50.27%
6.32%

7,219
968

47.57%
6.38%

93,816
13,096

51.24%
7.15%

736,862
104,306

52.87%
7.48%

3,575,078
503,369

59.22%
8.34%

2011 Estimated
Population Age 5+
by Language
Spoken At Home

5,922

Speak only English
Speak Asian or
Pacific Island
Language
Speak
IndoEuropean
Language
Speak Spanish
Speak Other
Language

4,005
419

67.63%
7.08%

9,876
1,175

68.78%
8.19%

113,765
9,369

67.38%
5.55%

853,455
88,189

66.50%
6.87%

3,545,421
218,371

64.17%
3.95%

433

7.32%

1,186

8.26%

10,316

6.11%

65,576

5.11%

158,609

2.87%

1,026
38

17.33%
0.64%

1,992
130

13.87%
0.90%

33,253
2,135

19.70%
1.26%

257,153
18,939

20.04%
1.48%

1,554,510
48,471

28.13%
0.88%

2011 Estimated
Population by Sex
Male
Female

6,283

2011 Estimated
Population by Age
Age 0 to 4
Age 5 to 9
Age 10 to 14
Age 15 to 17
Age 18 to 20
Age 21 to 24
Age 25 to 34
Age 35 to 44
Age 45 to 54
Age 55 to 64
Age 65 to 74
Age 75 to 84
Age 85 and over

6,283
361
390
359
207
163
308
962
863
985
885
452
252
94

5.74%
6.21%
5.72%
3.30%
2.59%
4.89%
15.32%
13.74%
15.68%
14.09%
7.20%
4.01%
1.50%

819
895
829
458
378
685
2,300
1,965
2,486
2,331
1,211
615
206

5.40%
5.90%
5.46%
3.02%
2.49%
4.51%
15.16%
12.94%
16.38%
15.36%
7.98%
4.05%
1.36%

14,242
14,696
13,680
8,225
6,209
9,287
25,804
25,791
28,504
20,969
9,743
4,472
1,458

7.78%
8.03%
7.47%
4.49%
3.39%
5.07%
14.09%
14.09%
15.57%
11.45%
5.32%
2.44%
0.80%

110,523
112,310
108,268
66,254
50,973
71,537
191,232
205,468
216,004
153,542
67,063
30,095
10,566

7.93%
8.06%
7.77%
4.75%
3.66%
5.13%
13.72%
14.74%
15.50%
11.02%
4.81%
2.16%
0.76%

511,285
490,437
452,983
267,294
242,282
318,685
890,563
869,924
835,757
621,289
317,187
160,120
58,861

8.47%
8.12%
7.50%
4.43%
4.01%
5.28%
14.75%
14.41%
13.84%
10.29%
5.25%
2.65%
0.98%

Age 16 and over

5,104

81.24%

12,488

82.28%

137,610

75.16%

1,039,786

74.60%

4,492,683

74.42%

3,069
3,214

14,358

168,838

15,177
48.85%
51.15%

7,470
7,707

1,283,312

183,080
49.22%
50.78%

15,177

90,067
93,013

5,525,382

1,393,835
49.20%
50.80%

183,080

691,474
702,361

6,036,667
49.61%
50.39%

1,393,835

3,022,372
3,014,295

50.07%
49.93%

6,036,667

40

Demographic
Snapshot (Part 1)

District

39.41

40.39

35.11

34.5

34.36

2011 Estimated
Male Population
by Age
Age 0 to 4
Age 5 to 9
Age 10 to 14
Age 15 to 17
Age 18 to 20
Age 21 to 24
Age 25 to 34
Age 35 to 44
Age 45 to 54
Age 55 to 64
Age 65 to 74
Age 75 to 84
Age 85 and over
2011 Estimated
Median Age, Male

3,069

7,470

90,067

691,474

3,022,372

2011 Estimated
Average Age, Male

38.16

39.54

34.36

33.81

33.6

2011 Estimated
Female Population
by Age
Age 0 to 4
Age 5 to 9
Age 10 to 14
Age 15 to 17
Age 18 to 20
Age 21 to 24
Age 25 to 34
Age 35 to 44
Age 45 to 54
Age 55 to 64
Age 65 to 74
Age 75 to 84
Age 85 and over
2011 Estimated
Median Age,
Female

3,214

7,707

93,013

702,361

3,014,295

2011 Estimated
Average Age,
Female

172
193
182
96
82
146
467
428
521
467
245
152
63
41.26

40.6

5.36%
6.02%
5.67%
2.97%
2.56%
4.54%
14.54%
13.31%
16.20%
14.53%
7.62%
4.72%
1.96%

392
442
409
217
196
344
1,126
971
1,301
1,188
638
352
133
42.5

41.21

5.72%
6.07%
5.63%
3.22%
2.43%
4.57%
15.71%
13.31%
15.86%
15.31%
7.67%
3.53%
0.98%

5.09%
5.73%
5.30%
2.82%
2.54%
4.46%
14.62%
12.59%
16.88%
15.41%
8.27%
4.57%
1.72%

132,237
126,028
15,673
34.77

7,346
7,455
6,912
4,228
3,225
4,612
12,879
12,367
13,833
10,227
4,592
1,888
503
33.74

6,896
7,241
6,768
3,997
2,984
4,675
12,925
13,424
14,671
10,742
5,151
2,584
955
35.76

35.84

72.23%
68.84%
8.56%

8.16%
8.28%
7.67%
4.69%
3.58%
5.12%
14.30%
13.73%
15.36%
11.35%
5.10%
2.10%
0.56%

7.41%
7.78%
7.28%
4.30%
3.21%
5.03%
13.90%
14.43%
15.77%
11.55%
5.54%
2.78%
1.03%

996,480
945,507
107,724
34.26

56,550
57,186
55,419
33,679
26,969
35,639
96,657
99,895
105,692
75,313
32,434
12,603
3,438
33.31

53,973
55,124
52,849
32,575
24,004
35,898
94,575
105,573
110,312
78,229
34,629
17,492
7,128
35.21

35.17

71.49%
67.83%
7.73%

Houston MSA

2011 Estimated
Average Age

427
453
421
241
182
341
1,174
994
1,185
1,143
573
263
73
40

80.23%
77.74%
13.39%

Commute Area

4,965
4,803
798
39.53

6.13%
6.42%
5.78%
3.64%
2.61%
5.27%
16.13%
14.20%
15.14%
13.64%
6.75%
3.26%
1.03%

12,176
11,798
2,032
41.23

Demographic Area

Age 18 and over
Age 21 and over
Age 65 and over
2011 Estimated
Median Age

188
197
177
112
80
162
495
436
465
419
207
100
32
37.82

79.02%
76.44%
12.71%

Study Area

8.18%
8.27%
8.01%
4.87%
3.90%
5.15%
13.98%
14.45%
15.29%
10.89%
4.69%
1.82%
0.50%

7.68%
7.85%
7.52%
4.64%
3.42%
5.11%
13.47%
15.03%
15.71%
11.14%
4.93%
2.49%
1.01%

4,314,668
4,072,386
536,168
33.26

259,964
250,660
233,073
136,369
127,136
162,610
456,884
438,901
416,855
303,900
149,919
67,007
19,094
32.47

251,321
239,777
219,910
130,925
115,146
156,075
433,679
431,023
418,902
317,389
167,268
93,113
39,767
34.08

71.47%
67.46%
8.88%

8.60%
8.29%
7.71%
4.51%
4.21%
5.38%
15.12%
14.52%
13.79%
10.06%
4.96%
2.22%
0.63%

8.34%
7.95%
7.30%
4.34%
3.82%
5.18%
14.39%
14.30%
13.90%
10.53%
5.55%
3.09%
1.32%

35.13

41

Demographic
Snapshot (Part 1)

District

Study Area

140,462

Commute Area

5,173

Total, Never
Married
Males, Never
Married
Females, Never
Married
Married, Spouse
present
Married, Spouse
absent
Widowed
Males, Widowed
Females, Widowed
Divorced
Males, Divorced
Females, Divorced

1,566

30.27%

3,557

28.16%

39,942

28.44%

309,620

29.13%

1,425,587

31.11%

799

15.45%

1,875

14.84%

21,647

15.41%

168,185

15.83%

788,353

17.21%

766

14.82%

1,682

13.32%

18,295

13.02%

141,435

13.31%

637,234

13.91%

2,472

47.79%

6,582

52.10%

74,929

53.34%

564,351

53.10%

2,190,032

47.80%

226

4.37%

518

4.10%

5,222

3.72%

47,081

4.43%

290,275

6.34%

186
30
156
723
265
458

3.59%
0.58%
3.01%
13.98%
5.12%
8.86%

434
57
377
1,542
624
918

3.43%
0.45%
2.98%
12.21%
4.94%
7.26%

4,300
599
3,701
16,069
5,632
10,437

3.06%
0.43%
2.63%
11.44%
4.01%
7.43%

35,276
6,079
29,197
106,406
40,652
65,754

3.32%
0.57%
2.75%
10.01%
3.83%
6.19%

216,996
42,274
174,722
459,072
192,377
266,695

4.74%
0.92%
3.81%
10.02%
4.20%
5.82%

2011 Estimated
Population Age 25
and Over by
Educational
Attainment

4,495

Less than 9th grade
Some High School,
no diploma
High School
Graduate (or GED)
Some College, no
degree
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Master's Degree
Professional School
Degree
Doctorate Degree

82
100

1.82%
2.22%

179
219

1.61%
1.97%

3,382
4,960

2.90%
4.25%

39,578
43,759

4.53%
5.01%

390,403
366,852

10.40%
9.77%

679

15.11%

1,334

12.01%

20,846

17.86%

168,459

19.28%

913,706

24.34%

974

21.67%

2,406

21.65%

27,776

23.79%

198,471

22.71%

812,444

21.64%

258
1,509
585
162

5.74%
33.57%
13.01%
3.60%

668
4,069
1,486
415

6.01%
36.62%
13.37%
3.74%

7,910
35,361
11,709
2,656

6.78%
30.29%
10.03%
2.28%

57,517
250,516
83,149
19,176

6.58%
28.66%
9.51%
2.19%

219,863
695,623
240,361
71,270

5.86%
18.53%
6.40%
1.90%

147

3.26%

335

3.02%

2,141

1.83%

13,345

1.53%

43,179

1.15%

11,113

708

1,062,734

Houston MSA

2011 Estimated
Population Age 15
and Over by
Marital Status

2011 Est. Pop. Age
25+ by
Educational
Attainment,
Hispanic or Latino
Less than 9th grade
Some High School,
no diploma
High School
Graduate (or GED)
Some College, no
degree
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate or
Professional Degree

12,634

Demographic Area

116,741

1,565

4,581,962

873,970

25,614

3,753,701

186,912

1,126,406

50
80

7.10%
11.28%

86
102

5.52%
6.49%

2,844
3,328

11.10%
12.99%

31,010
24,344

16.59%
13.02%

318,565
194,561

28.28%
17.27%

166

23.38%

294

18.76%

6,171

24.09%

46,653

24.96%

280,301

24.88%

180

25.48%

345

22.08%

5,672

22.14%

35,929

19.22%

166,390

14.77%

41
141
49

5.82%
19.98%
6.96%

63
527
148

4.01%
33.67%
9.46%

1,800
4,087
1,712

7.03%
15.96%
6.68%

10,975
28,278
9,723

5.87%
15.13%
5.20%

45,835
87,370
33,384

4.07%
7.76%
2.96%

42

Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
Households
2016 Projection
2011 Estimate
2000 Census
1990 Census
Growth 20112016
Growth 20002011
Growth 19902000
2011 Estimated
Households by
Household Type
Family
Households
Non-family
Households
2011 Estimated
Group Quarters
Population

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

3,540
3,149
2,105
1,233

8,207
7,458
5,616
3,450

76,472
70,704
56,768
43,491

545,784
493,185
358,116
254,326

2,271,517
2,091,596
1,656,799
1,352,500

12.41%

10.04%

8.16%

10.67%

8.60%

49.62%

32.81%

24.55%

37.72%

26.24%

70.66%

62.76%

30.53%

40.81%

22.50%

3,149

7,458

70,704

493,185

2,091,596

1,833

58.22%

4,339

58.18%

47,820

67.63%

358,038

72.60%

1,502,794

71.85%

1,316

41.78%

3,119

41.82%

22,884

32.37%

135,147

27.40%

588,802

28.15%

24

2011
Households by
Ethnicity:
Hispanic or
Latino

460

2011 Estimated
Households by
Household
Income
Less than
$15,000
$15,000 to
$24,999
$25,000 to
$34,999
$35,000 to
$49,999
$50,000 to
$74,999
$75,000 to
$99,999
$100,000 to
$124,999
$125,000 to
$149,999
$150,000 to
$199,999
$200,000 to
$499,999
$500,000 or
more

3,149

36

14.60%

993

348

13.32%

7,458

14,188

6,927

20.07%

70,704

96,460

80,724

19.56%

493,185

565,606

27.04%

2,091,596

279

8.87%

535

7.17%

4,434

6.27%

30,031

6.09%

243,586

11.65%

201

6.39%

395

5.29%

4,542

6.42%

30,758

6.24%

203,047

9.71%

322

10.24%

616

8.27%

6,731

9.52%

40,608

8.23%

221,453

10.59%

489

15.54%

1,139

15.27%

11,040

15.61%

67,709

13.73%

314,395

15.03%

610

19.37%

1,411

18.91%

14,414

20.39%

94,710

19.20%

387,872

18.54%

373

11.84%

870

11.67%

9,227

13.05%

71,535

14.50%

256,556

12.27%

307

9.74%

760

10.19%

6,894

9.75%

53,730

10.89%

174,721

8.35%

181

5.76%

493

6.61%

4,556

6.44%

36,305

7.36%

106,395

5.09%

179

5.67%

539

7.23%

4,295

6.07%

31,982

6.48%

86,462

4.13%

182

5.79%

592

7.94%

3,901

5.52%

29,883

6.06%

80,495

3.85%

24

0.77%

108

1.45%

670

0.95%

5,934

1.20%

16,614

0.79%

43

Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
2011 Estimated
Average
Household
Income

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

$84,224

$97,055

$87,259

$92,903

$73,951

2011 Estimated
Median
Household
Income

$61,554

$68,504

$64,925

$70,454

$54,081

2011 Estimated
Per Capita
Income

$38,976

$45,955

$33,776

$32,981

$25,789

$64,690
$46,222

$73,160
$46,543

$72,291
$47,181

$78,231
$53,544

$63,475
$38,507

$48,498

$42,385

$57,595

$57,005

$49,092

$71,258

$75,398

$69,049
$59,615

$80,978
$63,902

$64,710
$56,671

$44,612

$52,085

$44,906

$47,155

$39,221

$44,905

$50,792

$46,862

$53,377

$43,841

$43,484

$53,755

$48,897

$49,757

$40,477

$65,663

$71,239

$69,786

$76,633

$61,589

1,833

4,339

47,820

358,038

1,502,794

2011 Median
Household
Income by
Single Race
Classification or
Ethnicity
White Alone
Black or African
American Alone
American Indian
and Alaska
Native Alone
Asian Alone
Native Hawaiian
and Other Pacific
Islander Alone
Some Other Race
Alone
Two or More
Races
Hispanic or
Latino
Not Hispanic or
Latino
2011 Estimated
Households by
Type and
Presence of
Own Children
Married-Couple
Family, own
children
Married-Couple
Family, no own
children
Male
Householder,
own children
Male
Householder, no
own children

564

30.75%

1,303

30.04%

18,878

39.48%

151,987

42.45%

549,138

36.54%

850

46.39%

2,247

51.79%

18,253

38.17%

131,881

36.83%

542,043

36.07%

53

2.90%

87

2.01%

1,445

3.02%

10,513

2.94%

54,566

3.63%

62

3.36%

119

2.74%

1,326

2.77%

10,934

3.05%

63,371

4.22%

44

Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
Female
Householder,
own children
Female
Householder, no
own children
2011 Estimated
Households by
Household Size
1-person
household
2-person
household
3-person
household
4-person
household
5-person
household
6-person
household
7 or more person
household
2011 Estimated
Average
Household Size
2011 Estimated
Households by
Presence of
People
Households with
1 or more People
under Age 18
Households no
People under
Age 18
Households
with 1 or more
People under
Age 18
Married-Couple
Family
Other Family,
Male
Householder
Other Family,
Female
Householder
Nonfamily, Male
Householder
Nonfamily,
Female
Householder

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

203

11.09%

359

8.29%

5,363

11.21%

34,048

9.51%

175,746

11.69%

101

5.51%

223

5.13%

2,555

5.34%

18,675

5.22%

117,930

7.85%

3,149

7,458

70,704

493,185

2,091,596

1,136

36.08%

2,716

36.42%

18,910

26.75%

108,667

22.03%

472,202

22.58%

1,068

33.91%

2,646

35.48%

21,580

30.52%

141,152

28.62%

596,785

28.53%

444

14.11%

989

13.26%

11,946

16.90%

89,498

18.15%

372,807

17.82%

329

10.45%

764

10.24%

10,747

15.20%

86,381

17.51%

334,819

16.01%

119

3.77%

244

3.28%

4,911

6.95%

42,138

8.54%

178,845

8.55%

40

1.26%

72

0.97%

1,738

2.46%

15,751

3.19%

77,849

3.72%

13

0.42%

26

0.36%

872

1.23%

9,598

1.95%

58,289

2.79%

1.99

2.03

2.58

2.81

2.85

3,149

7,458

70,704

493,185

2,091,596

832

26.41%

1,791

24.02%

26,682

37.74%

207,250

42.02%

859,468

41.09%

2,317

73.59%

5,667

75.98%

44,022

62.26%

285,935

57.98%

1,232,128

58.91%

832

1,791

26,682

207,250

859,468

565

67.91%

1,315

73.43%

19,186

71.91%

156,327

75.43%

579,532

67.43%

57

6.82%

92

5.16%

1,592

5.97%

12,297

5.93%

66,494

7.74%

206

24.73%

375

20.94%

5,734

21.49%

37,508

18.10%

207,205

24.11%

3

0.40%

7

0.38%

135

0.51%

889

0.43%

4,729

0.55%

1

0.13%

2

0.08%

35

0.13%

229

0.11%

1,508

0.18%

45

Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
Households no
People under
Age 18
Married-Couple
Family
Other Family,
Male
Householder
Other Family,
Female
Householder
Nonfamily, Male
Householder
Nonfamily,
Female
Householder

District

Study Area

2,317

5,667

Demographic Area

44,022

Commute Area

285,935

Houston MSA

1,232,128

819

35.35%

2,163

38.17%

17,401

39.53%

124,406

43.51%

498,411

40.45%

55

2.36%

108

1.90%

1,118

2.54%

8,854

3.10%

50,021

4.06%

91

3.92%

192

3.39%

2,028

4.61%

14,413

5.04%

83,577

6.78%

636

27.46%

1,566

27.63%

11,408

25.91%

68,144

23.83%

300,473

24.39%

716

30.91%

1,638

28.91%

12,067

27.41%

70,118

24.52%

299,646

24.32%

2011 Estimated
Households by
Number of
Vehicles
No Vehicles
1 Vehicle
2 Vehicles
3 Vehicles
4 Vehicles
5 or more
Vehicles

3,149

2011 Estimated
Average
Number of
Vehicles

1.64

1.68

1.78

1.88

1.77

2,058
1,833
1,241
847

4,744
4,339
3,369
2,458

51,662
47,820
38,553
30,309

397,826
358,038
255,380
178,437

1,635,866
1,502,794
1,182,385
953,839

12.25%

9.34%

8.03%

11.11%

8.85%

47.74%

28.79%

24.04%

40.20%

27.10%

46.53%

37.04%

27.20%

43.12%

23.96%

1,833

4,339

47,820

358,038

1,502,794

Family
Households
2016 Projection
2011 Estimate
2000 Census
1990 Census
Growth 20112016
Growth 20002011
Growth 19902000
2011 Estimated
Families by
Poverty Status
2011 Families at
or Above Poverty
2011 Families at
or Above Poverty
with Children

82
1,398
1,297
333
30
9

7,458

2.59%
44.39%
41.18%
10.59%
0.96%
0.29%

210
3,142
3,143
820
116
28

70,704

2.81%
42.13%
42.14%
11.00%
1.55%
0.37%

1,512
25,709
32,842
8,546
1,701
394

493,185

2.14%
36.36%
46.45%
12.09%
2.41%
0.56%

13,019
155,863
231,148
71,554
17,680
3,921

2,091,596

2.64%
31.60%
46.87%
14.51%
3.58%
0.80%

128,244
728,667
863,791
276,935
74,797
19,162

6.13%
34.84%
41.30%
13.24%
3.58%
0.92%

1,646

89.76%

4,040

93.10%

45,093

94.30%

337,952

94.39%

1,323,687

88.08%

713

38.87%

1,593

36.72%

24,851

51.97%

190,134

53.10%

711,239

47.33%

46

Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
2011 Families
Below Poverty
2011 Families
Below Poverty
with Children

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

188

10.24%

299

6.90%

2,727

5.70%

20,086

5.61%

179,107

11.92%

162

8.81%

231

5.32%

2,146

4.49%

16,509

4.61%

148,120

9.86%

2011 Estimated
Population Age
16 and Over by
Employment
In Armed Forces
Civilian Employed
Civilian Unemployed
Not in Labor
Force

5,104

2011 Estimated
Employed
Population Age
16 and Over by
Class of Worker
For-Profit Private
Workers
Non-Profit
Private Workers
Local
Government
Workers
State
Government
Workers
Federal
Government
Workers
Self-Employed
Workers
Unpaid Family
Workers

3,346

2011 Estimated
Employed
Population Age
16 and Over by
Occupation
Management ,
Including
Farmers and
Farm Managers
Business and
Financial
Operations
Computer and
Mathematical

3,346

12,488

137,610

1,039,786

4,492,683

4
3,459

0.07%
67.76%

14
8,474

0.11%
67.86%

106
98,892

0.08%
71.86%

837
729,956

0.08%
70.20%

3,477
2,852,447

0.08%
63.49%

158

3.10%

441

3.53%

4,780

3.47%

36,093

3.47%

212,048

4.72%

1,483

29.06%

3,559

28.50%

33,832

24.59%

272,900

26.25%

1,424,711

31.71%

8,219

95,574

719,077

2,792,285

2,404

71.85%

5,980

72.75%

71,732

75.05%

535,965

74.54%

2,048,294

73.36%

257

7.69%

476

5.79%

4,893

5.12%

35,909

4.99%

142,002

5.09%

143

4.28%

357

4.34%

4,812

5.03%

42,357

5.89%

189,796

6.80%

65

1.94%

141

1.72%

1,953

2.04%

18,013

2.51%

94,768

3.39%

53

1.59%

79

0.96%

701

0.73%

7,986

1.11%

39,015

1.40%

423

12.65%

1,180

14.36%

11,416

11.94%

77,753

10.81%

274,107

9.82%

0

0.00%

6

0.07%

67

0.07%

1,094

0.15%

4,303

0.15%

8,219

95,574

719,077

2,792,285

568

16.97%

1,444

17.57%

12,944

13.54%

97,069

13.50%

274,486

9.83%

286

8.56%

703

8.55%

6,505

6.81%

47,071

6.55%

130,408

4.67%

128

3.83%

360

4.38%

3,440

3.60%

24,690

3.43%

61,644

2.21%

47

Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
Architecture and
Engineering
Life, Physical, and
Social Science
Community and
Social Services
Legal
Education,
Training, and
Library
Arts, Design,
Entertainment,
Sports, and
Media
Healthcare
Practitioners and
Technical
Healthcare
Support
Protective
Service
Food Preparation
and Serving
Related
Building and
Grounds
Cleaning, and
Maintenance
Service : Personal
Care and Service
Sales and Related
Occupations
Office and
Administrative
Support
Farming, Fishing,
and Forestry
Construction and
Extraction
Installation,
Maintenance,
and Repair
Production
Transportation
and Material
Moving
2011 Estimated
Employed
Population Age
16 and Over by
Occupation
Classification
Blue Collar
White Collar
Service & Farm

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

198

5.93%

591

7.19%

4,609

4.82%

31,070

4.32%

84,697

3.03%

74

2.22%

230

2.80%

1,915

2.00%

10,173

1.41%

32,463

1.16%

52

1.54%

114

1.39%

1,247

1.30%

8,251

1.15%

30,143

1.08%

88
202

2.64%
6.03%

234
519

2.84%
6.31%

1,856
5,909

1.94%
6.18%

11,832
44,435

1.65%
6.18%

36,204
160,470

1.30%
5.75%

94

2.80%

215

2.62%

2,161

2.26%

12,962

1.80%

43,034

1.54%

125

3.73%

327

3.98%

3,269

3.42%

32,322

4.49%

123,523

4.42%

14

0.41%

35

0.43%

1,100

1.15%

9,223

1.28%

50,897

1.82%

10

0.30%

19

0.23%

1,525

1.60%

12,224

1.70%

56,338

2.02%

90

2.70%

169

2.06%

4,124

4.31%

30,135

4.19%

143,622

5.14%

49

1.47%

108

1.32%

2,049

2.14%

18,084

2.51%

121,064

4.34%

54

1.61%

136

1.65%

2,448

2.56%

20,530

2.86%

81,932

2.93%

415

12.40%

1,161

14.13%

13,790

14.43%

99,644

13.86%

313,700

11.23%

501

14.97%

1,087

13.23%

13,259

13.87%

95,986

13.35%

367,149

13.15%

5

0.14%

7

0.09%

93

0.10%

846

0.12%

5,840

0.21%

127

3.78%

258

3.14%

3,837

4.01%

33,445

4.65%

230,084

8.24%

99

2.95%

162

1.98%

2,529

2.65%

19,356

2.69%

97,570

3.49%

100
68

2.99%
2.03%

192
146

2.33%
1.78%

3,582
3,383

3.75%
3.54%

31,767
27,962

4.42%
3.89%

171,992
175,025

6.16%
6.27%

3,346

393
2,731
222

8,219

11.75%
81.61%
6.64%

758
6,986
475

95,574

9.22%
85.00%
5.78%

13,331
70,904
11,339

719,077

13.95%
74.19%
11.86%

112,530
515,505
91,042

2,792,285

15.65%
71.69%
12.66%

674,671
1,657,921
459,693

24.16%
59.38%
16.46%

48

Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
2011 Estimated
Workers Age 16
and Over by
Transportation
To Work
Drove Alone
Car Pooled
Public
Transportation
Walked
Bicycle
Other Means
Worked at Home

District

Study Area

3,326

8,159

Demographic Area

94,143

Commute Area

708,511

Houston MSA

2,740,444

2,742
275
97

82.44%
8.27%
2.92%

6,768
551
239

82.95%
6.75%
2.93%

77,306
8,454
2,275

82.12%
8.98%
2.42%

579,683
69,400
14,909

81.82%
9.80%
2.10%

2,150,076
336,867
68,182

78.46%
12.29%
2.49%

34
3
30
145

1.02%
0.09%
0.90%
4.36%

103
13
77
407

1.27%
0.17%
0.95%
4.99%

784
125
925
4,274

0.83%
0.13%
0.98%
4.54%

6,614
930
7,507
29,468

0.93%
0.13%
1.06%
4.16%

41,298
7,183
45,282
91,556

1.51%
0.26%
1.65%
3.34%

2011 Estimated
Workers Age 16
and Over by
Travel Time to
Work
Less than 15
minutes
15 to 29 Minutes
30 to 44 Minutes
45 to 59 Minutes
60 or more
Minutes
2011 Estimated
Average Travel
Time to Work in
Minutes

3,216

31.79

29.71

32.76

32.46

30.87

2011 Estimated
Tenure of
Occupied
Housing Units
Owner-Occupied
Renter-Occupied

3,149

7,458

70,704

493,185

2,091,596

2011 Occupied
Housing Units,
Average Length
of Residence
Owner-Occupied
Renter-Occupied
2011 Estimated
All OwnerOccupied
Housing Units
by Value
Less than
$20,000
$20,000 to
$39,999
$40,000 to
$59,999

7,847

90,906

685,847

2,670,673

590

18.35%

1,740

22.17%

15,856

17.44%

119,986

17.49%

559,656

20.96%

1,068
900
376
281

33.22%
28.00%
11.68%
8.75%

2,570
2,200
820
517

32.75%
28.04%
10.45%
6.59%

29,549
25,259
11,248
8,994

32.51%
27.79%
12.37%
9.89%

226,553
190,768
83,653
64,887

33.03%
27.81%
12.20%
9.46%

929,087
662,536
269,464
249,930

34.79%
24.81%
10.09%
9.36%

1,513
1,636

48.06%
51.94%

3,661
3,797

49.09%
50.91%

41,046
29,658

58.05%
41.95%

333,937
159,248

67.71%
32.29%

1,310,019
781,577

9
6

11
6

13
6

12
6

14
7

1,513

3,661

41,046

333,937

1,310,019

62.63%
37.37%

0

0.00%

8

0.22%

33

0.08%

2,403

0.72%

27,700

2.11%

0

0.00%

4

0.11%

186

0.45%

4,114

1.23%

50,446

3.85%

27

1.80%

40

1.10%

583

1.42%

6,197

1.86%

84,043

6.42%

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Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
$60,000 to
$79,999
$80,000 to
$99,999
$100,000 to
$149,999
$150,000 to
$199,999
$200,000 to
$299,999
$300,000 to
$399,999
$400,000 to
$499,999
$500,000 to
$749,999
$750,000 to
$999,999
$1,000,000 or
more
2011 Estimated
Median OwnerOccupied
Housing Unit
Value
2011 Estimated
Housing Units
by Units in
Structure
1 Unit Attached
1 Unit Detached
2 Units
3 or 4 Units
5 to 19 Units
20 to 49 Units
50 or More Units
Mobile Home or
Trailer
Boat, RV, Van,
etc.
Dominant
structure type
2011 Estimated
Housing Units
by Year
Structure Built
2000 or Later
1990 to 1999
1980 to 1989
1970 to 1979
1960 to 1969
1950 to 1959
1940 to 1949
1939 or Earlier

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

122

8.09%

129

3.52%

1,138

2.77%

10,645

3.19%

104,072

7.94%

150

9.89%

158

4.31%

2,764

6.73%

23,148

6.93%

129,049

9.85%

187

12.38%

311

8.49%

12,046

29.35%

87,299

26.14%

346,035

26.41%

85

5.59%

266

7.26%

6,814

16.60%

57,809

17.31%

186,297

14.22%

468

30.95%

1,241

33.89%

9,115

22.21%

77,989

23.35%

208,929

15.95%

282

18.63%

885

24.17%

4,118

10.03%

29,707

8.90%

75,790

5.79%

106

6.99%

338

9.22%

1,923

4.68%

13,503

4.04%

36,470

2.78%

71

4.68%

237

6.48%

1,765

4.30%

13,131

3.93%

36,179

2.76%

9

0.59%

23

0.63%

346

0.84%

3,895

1.17%

12,626

0.96%

6

0.40%

22

0.60%

215

0.52%

4,097

1.23%

12,383

0.95%

$239,571

$273,753

$177,686

$178,683

$137,525

3,674

8,677

78,131

533,375

2,315,413

329
1,218
6
161
1,456
277
218
8

8.95%
33.16%
0.16%
4.39%
39.64%
7.54%
5.93%
0.22%

614
3,292
15
340
3,093
715
590
18

7.07%
37.94%
0.18%
3.91%
35.65%
8.24%
6.80%
0.20%

3,997
41,249
149
2,235
22,487
4,362
3,567
84

5.12%
52.79%
0.19%
2.86%
28.78%
5.58%
4.57%
0.11%

19,712
344,700
1,656
11,135
95,335
25,428
26,366
8,839

3.70%
64.63%
0.31%
2.09%
17.87%
4.77%
4.94%
1.66%

74,456
1,431,903
27,344
60,838
368,250
94,785
135,808
118,811

3.22%
61.84%
1.18%
2.63%
15.90%
4.09%
5.87%
5.13%

0

0.00%

0

0.00%

1

0.00%

204

0.04%

3,218

0.14%

5 to 19
units

1 Unit
Detached

1 Unit
Detached

1 Unit
Detached

1 Unit
Detached

3,674

8,677

78,131

533,375

2,315,413

1,365
878
493
654
278
5
0
0

37.17%
23.89%
13.42%
17.80%
7.58%
0.14%
0.00%
0.00%

2,542
2,387
1,671
1,532
502
37
5
0

29.30%
27.51%
19.26%
17.66%
5.78%
0.43%
0.06%
0.00%

18,573
14,410
19,639
18,291
6,322
727
45
124

23.77%
18.44%
25.14%
23.41%
8.09%
0.93%
0.06%
0.16%

159,585
108,484
120,223
102,365
30,808
9,056
1,607
1,247

29.92%
20.34%
22.54%
19.19%
5.78%
1.70%
0.30%
0.23%

553,856
340,083
404,296
465,794
240,276
168,857
77,197
65,054

23.92%
14.69%
17.46%
20.12%
10.38%
7.29%
3.33%
2.81%

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Demographic
Snapshot (Part
2)
2011 Estimated
Median Year
Structure Built**
Dominant Year
Structure Built

District

Study Area

Demographic Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

1995

1992

1987

1990

1983

2000 or
Later

2000 or
Later

1980 to
1989

2000 or
Later

2000 or
Later

** Median Year Built will be unreliable if more than half of the Housing Units in this report area were built in 1939 or earlier.

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Table 22 - 2010 Census Demographics
2010 Census
Data

District

Study Area

Demographic
Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

Total Population

7,499

17,841

187,773

1,548,248

5,946,800

Population/square
mile
Land area (square
miles)

2,415.40

2,644.40

2,552.90

1,940.10

673.7

3.1

6.7

73.6

798

8,827.50

By Sex:
Male:
Female:
Population By
Age:
Under 5 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 19 years
20 to 24 years
25 to 29 years
30 to 34 years
35 to 39 years
40 to 44 years
45 to 49 years
50 to 54 years
55 to 59 years
60 to 64 years
65 to 69 years
70 to 74 years
75 to 79 years
80 to 84 years
85 years and over
Median Age

3,733
3,766

50%
50%

7,499
513
349
284
305
690
1,077
821
655
489
497
537
441
292
184
125
92
84
64

8,854
8,987

50%
50%

17,841
7%
5%
4%
4%
9%
14%
11%
9%
7%
7%
7%
6%
4%
2%
2%
1%
1%
1%

1,147
864
791
751
1,228
2,050
1,674
1,389
1,129
1,221
1,432
1,263
1,000
653
468
355
254
170

91,610
96,163

49%
51%

187,773
6%
5%
4%
4%
7%
11%
9%
8%
6%
7%
8%
7%
6%
4%
3%
2%
1%
1%

14,262
13,870
13,630
12,985
12,079
14,819
14,464
14,446
13,429
13,724
14,196
11,777
8,693
5,515
3,623
2,625
2,063
1,572

760,589
787,659

49%
51%

1,548,248
8%
7%
7%
7%
6%
8%
8%
8%
7%
7%
8%
6%
5%
3%
2%
1%
1%
1%

116,320
122,411
123,753
112,380
92,337
111,807
113,793
122,806
118,508
117,538
115,262
93,616
70,084
43,912
27,547
19,553
14,377
12,243

2,957,442
2,989,358

50%
50%

5,946,800
8%
8%
8%
7%
6%
7%
7%
8%
8%
8%
7%
6%
5%
3%
2%
1%
1%
1%

472,212
464,573
452,592
438,940
402,540
456,075
443,572
442,515
417,987
422,219
411,133
343,630
267,252
181,755
121,517
89,262
64,612
54,414

33.2

36.5

34.2

34.2

33.2

Population By
Race/Hispanic
Origin
One Race
White
Black or African
American
American Indian
and Alaska Native
Asian
Native Hawaiian
and Other Pacific
Islander
Other Race
Two or More
Races

7,499

17,841

187,773

1,548,248

5,946,800

Hispanic or
Latino:

8%
8%
8%
7%
7%
8%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
6%
4%
3%
2%
2%
1%
1%

7,248
4,657
1,176

97%
62%
16%

17,316
11,792
1,907

97%
66%
11%

181,348
115,156
25,895

97%
61%
14%

1,498,775
915,918
243,316

97%
59%
16%

5,767,291
3,580,934
1,025,775

97%
60%
17%

19

0%

52

0%

975

1%

8,614

1%

38,236

1%

1,010
10

13%
0%

2,925
12

16%
0%

19,523
128

10%
0%

197,063
871

13%
0%

389,007
3,860

7%
0%

375
251

5%
3%

628
525

4%
3%

19,670
6,425

10%
3%

132,993
49,473

9%
3%

729,479
179,509

12%
3%

1,417

19%

2,834

16%

57,674

31%

413,628

27%

2,099,412

35%

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2010 Census
Data

District

Study Area

Demographic
Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

Not Hispanic or
Latino
White alone

6,082

81%

15,007

84%

130,099

69%

1,134,620

73%

3,847,388

65%

3,715

50%

9,785

55%

81,708

44%

668,820

43%

2,360,472

40%

Population By
Household Type:
Persons living in
households
In family
households
In nonfamily
households
Persons living in
group quarters
Institutionalized
persons
Others

7,499

2010 Census
Data

17,841

187,773

1,548,248

5,946,800

7,490

100%

17,828

100%

187,675

100%

1,540,005

99%

5,868,844

99%

4,933

66%

13,100

73%

160,013

85%

1,360,948

88%

5,118,219

86%

2,557

34%

4,728

26%

27,662

15%

179,057

12%

750,625

13%

9

0%

13

0%

98

0%

8,243

1%

77,956

1%

6

0%

9

0%

77

0%

7,515

0%

52,159

1%

2

0%

4

0%

21

0%

728

0%

25,797

0%

District

Total
Households by
Type
Family
households
Husband-wife
family
Other family:
Male
householder, no
wife present
Female
householder, no
husband present
Nonfamily
households:
Householder
living alone
Householder not
living alone

3,931

Households by
Age Group
Households with
persons under 18
years
Households with
persons 65 years
and over

3,931

Total Families
Husband-wife
family

Study Area

Demographic
Area

Commute Area

8,680

71,316

545,169

Houston MSA
2,072,625

1,757

45%

4,619

53%

48,357

68%

398,629

73%

1,470,523

71%

1,232

31%

3,608

42%

35,818

50%

307,242

56%

1,056,705

51%

524
136

13%
3%

1,011
260

12%
3%

12,539
3,379

18%
5%

91,387
25,047

17%
5%

413,818
117,205

20%
6%

388

10%

751

9%

9,159

13%

66,340

12%

296,613

14%

2,175

55%

4,061

47%

22,959

32%

146,540

27%

602,102

29%

1,827

46%

3,450

40%

19,047

27%

120,553

22%

486,826

23%

347

9%

611

7%

3,912

5%

25,987

5%

115,276

6%

8,680

71,316

545,169

2,072,625

852

22%

2,024

23%

27,100

38%

230,968

42%

845,902

41%

428

11%

1,379

16%

11,546

16%

87,069

16%

381,603

18%

1,757
1,232

70%

4,619
3,608

78%

48,357
35,818

74%

398,629
307,242

77%

1,470,523
1,056,705

72%

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2010 Census
Data

District

Study Area

Demographic
Area

Commute Area

Houston MSA

With own children
under 18 years

503

29%

1,370

30%

17,752

37%

161,259

40%

527,728

36%

No own children
under 18 years
Other family
Male
householder, no
wife present
With own children
under 18 years

730

42%

2,238

48%

18,066

37%

145,982

37%

528,977

36%

524
136

30%
8%

1,011
260

22%
6%

12,539
3,379

26%
7%

91,387
25,047

23%
6%

413,818
117,205

28%
8%

65

4%

115

2%

1,681

3%

12,197

3%

54,919

4%

No own children
under 18 years
Female
householder, no
husband present
With own children
under 18 years

70

4%

145

3%

1,698

4%

12,851

3%

62,286

4%

388

22%

751

16%

9,159

19%

66,340

17%

296,613

20%

235

13%

431

9%

5,631

12%

39,658

10%

168,608

11%

153

9%

320

7%

3,529

7%

26,682

7%

128,005

9%

No own children
under 18 years
Children under 18
in families

1,303

3,226

49,570

430,994

1,637,221

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