BRAES HEIGHTS and AYRSHIRE are popular neighborhoods just south of West
U and north of Brays Bayou composed of single-story ranch style houses
built in the 50s. The last few years has brought many two-story brick or
stucco traditional new homes to these areas.
KNOLLWOOD VILLAGE, LINKWOOD, PEMBERTON CIRCLE, WOODSHIRE, and
WOODSIDE are south of Braes Heights and Brays Bayou. A miles-long hike
and bike trail is accessible along the bayou. Many Med Center
professionals live in these neighborhoods which consist primarily of
one-story ranch-style properties.
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singles and couples living in fashionable neighborhoods on the urban fringe.
Affluent, highly-educated and ethnically mixed, Young Digerati communities
are typically filled with trendy apartments and condos, fitness clubs and
clothing boutiques, casual restaurants and all types of bars - from juice to
coffee to microbrew.
|| The residents of money and brains have it all: high
incomes, advanced degrees and sophisticated tastes to match their
credentials. Many of these city dwellers are married couples with children with who
live in fashionable homes on small, manicured lots.
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
Concentrated in the nation's port cities, Urban Achievers is often the first
stop for up-and-coming immigrants from Asia, South America and Europe. These
young singles and couples are typically college-educated and ethnically
diverse: about a third are foreign-born, and even more speak a language
other than English.