77003 (Midtown / EADO / Warehouse District) Homes For Sale
77003 Demographics Report
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77003 Homes for Sale - EADO - EAST Houston Downtown - East Midtown EAST Houston Downtown - East Midtown
- Total Population
- Total Male Population
- Total Female Population
- Population change since 2000
- Median age 29.1
- Percent of households with children
- Personal Crime risk
- Median travel time to work
- Percent using Public transportation
- Percent Driving/Using Carpool
- Percent Using Other transportation
- Percent Working From Home
- Some high school
- High school graduate
- Some college 14.78%
- Associate degree
- Bachelor's degree
- Graduate degree 1.86%
- Agriculture, forestry, and fishing
- Construction 16.66%
- Manufacturing 12.06%
- Wholesale Trade 4.00%
- Retail Trade 9.54%
- Finance, insurance and real estate
- Services 6.25%
- Public administration
- Information 1.38%
- Professional 13.73%
- Education 14.14%
- Arts 10.58%
- Average household income
- Income change since 2000
- Avg. January high/low temp
62.51 / 43.74
- Avg. July high/low temp
92.64 / 74.53
- Annual precipitation
East Facade along Dowling Street
BBVA Compass Stadium is home for the
Houston Dynamo and the
Texas Southern University football
team, which is on a tract of land bordered by Texas, Walker, Dowling and
Hutchins in East Downtown. BBVA Compass is the first soccer-specific stadium in
MLS to be located in a Downtown area. The
stadium seats 22,039 and besides hosting soccer and football events will hold
other events such as concerts and boxing matches.
Helen Anders of the
Austin American-Statesman said
that EaDo "looks like an art installation, with the steamshiplike
George R. Brown Convention Center
as a backdrop, skyscrapers lurking in the background and angular new condos set
against low-slung warehouses, some of them still in use for industrial storage."
The Kim Sơn headquarters and restaurant is
located in East Downtown.
The Texas Guandi Temple (Traditional Chinese: 德州關帝廟,
Simplified Chinese: 德州关帝庙,
Dézhōu Guāndì Miào) is located in East Downtown.
The temple was established in 1999 by a Vietnamese couple,
Charles Loi Ngo and Carolyn.
They decided to build a temple to Guan Yu (Guandi) after surviving an aggravated robbery,
which occurred at their store in the
They believed that Guandi saved their lives during the incident.
The temple is open to followers of all religions, and it has perfumed halls.
The district has long been known for a relatively large homeless population
(comparable to Skid Row, Los Angeles but on a far smaller
scale). Many of the homeless in the Houston area congregate in East Downtown
because of the presence of nearby agencies that provide services (which predate
the current redevelopment efforts) and several groups that independently provide
food, clothing, toiletries and other items on nearby vacant lots. Nearly all
Houston non-profit and faith-based agencies which provide services to the
homeless, including food and shelter, are located within Downtown and Midtown. A
major shelter for women and children operated by Star of Hope, a faith-based
agency, is located on Dowling Street, between Texas & Franklin; the agency
operates a men's facility nearby on the west side of US 59, north of Minute Maid
There has been some tension in recent years between developers who want to
revitalize the East Downtown district with commercial and residential projects,
and the homeless (and homeless service providers). Some have called for the city
of Houston to restrict public sleeping on sidewalks and to regulate charitable
serving of food.
It remains to be seen whether or not current services to the homeless can
continue in East Downtown in the face of ongoing revitalization and
Houston City Council District I covers East
Station 10, opened in 1894 in what is now East Downtown;
the station relocated to its current location in what is now the new
Chinatown and Greater Sharpstown in 1985.
Metro is currently building a new MetroRail line called East End/Green Line which is slated
for completion in 2016.
The district is within the
Houston Independent School
District. East Downtown is within Trustee District VIII, represented by
Diana Dávila as of 2009.
Dodson Elementary School, in East Downtown,
and Rusk Elementary School, outside of East Downtown,
serve separate sections of East Downtown for elementary school. In 1995 Rusk had
a student mobility rate of almost 100% because it had a very large homeless
For grades 6 through 8 Jackson Middle School serves East Downtown,
Austin High School and
Wheatley High School serve
separate sections of East Downtown.
Rusk has a science and technology magnet program for middle school students.
Charles W. Luckie Elementary School, located at 1104 Palmer in what is now East
Downtown, was a school for
African-Americans. It closed
Prior to its closure, Anson Jones Elementary School, outside of East Downtown,
served sections of East Downtown. The school,
opened in 1892 with its latest campus constructed in 1966, closed in Summer
E. O. Smith Education Center closed
after the 2010-2011 school year; the portion of East Downtown was rezoned to
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