Known as the city of Bellaire, this Houston suburb offers many restaurants, cafes and parks. The city has the charm and comfort of a small town, while preserving its world - renowned shopping and dining venues. Residents also have the luxury of being in a big city like Houston, where they can experience the best of both worlds: the city is southwest of Houston and there are countless restaurants and cultural events that are happening all the time. Houston's Galleria is nearby and offers world-class shopping, but residents also had the opportunity to be close to Houston's largest city, where residents can experience the largest shopping mall in the world, the Houston Museum of Natural History, as well as a host of other attractions.
The Bellaire Civic Center with auditorium and meeting rooms and Bellaire Zindler Park with illuminated tennis court, football and American football court and playground are also included. Lafayette Park includes a baseball field, tennis courts, picnic tables, playgrounds and other amenities. pins, "including an illuminated football, baseball, football and soccer field, illuminated baseball fields and a picnic table and swimming pool.
Bellaire is largely known as a residential town, surrounded by Interstate and Loop 610, but it is still home to a number of office towers along the Loop610. The city offers a variety of restaurants, bars, hotels, restaurants and other amenities and is still one of the largest cities in the state of Texas with a population of about 1,000.
Bellaire Zindler Park was originally called Bellaire Park, but its current name was given in honor of Houston-based journalist Marvin Z Indler. It is home to a number of energy companies, including CenterPoint Energy and Chevron. Leading community organizations include the Houston Chamber of Commerce, the Bellaires Community Foundation and the Texas Association of Realtors.
Bellaire is home to the University of Texas at Austin's Bellaire College of Business, founded in 1908 and the birthplace of William Wright, the founder of Texas A & M University System. In 1909, a tram line began along Houston's main street, which runs 6 km from the center of Bellaire. The Westmoreland Railroad Company built an electric tram line called the Toonerville Trolley, which was to take residents east and west of Houston from the town of Toonserville, Texas. At the same time, to connect the Bell Claire Boulevard line with the Houston Electric Company, Fannin Street was built on the west side of Main Street, near the intersection of Fannie Street and Fanny Street. On the east side, Bellire Boulevard was built in 1910 to connect the city through the old Tooserville neighborhood to Main Avenue and Main Streets in Houston.
Blum added that Bellaire is affordable compared to similar "American neighborhoods" and has a high proportion of low-income residents and high quality of life. It was advertised as one of the most affordable neighborhoods in the city of Houston and as the second most livable in Texas.
Bellaire is presented as an average family size of 3.2, which is above the national average of 2.8 families per 100,000 inhabitants. Texas has the second highest percentage of non-US-born citizens in the United States, at 22.9%. That's slightly lower than Piney Point Village, where the percentage of people born outside the country is 21.5% and the percentage born in a country of origin is 23.4% in Texas, according to the Census Bureau.
If we look at Bellaire's population density, measured in people per square mile, Figure 6 provides an estimate of the number of households per 100,000 square miles of population. The average household size is compared with the average number of persons and families per Bellaires household, and only 2 (Figure 14) compare it with the national average of 2.8 families per 1,500 inhabitants. Only 2 households (1.5 families) are larger, with an average family size of 3.2 families or one family per 100,000 square metres.
The next section of demographic information will publish detailed data on Bellaire residents, including median household income and the percentage of unmarried mothers who have given birth in the last 12 months. Based on this definition of median income - household - Bellaire Texas ranks first in the number of women who give birth per 100,000 square miles of population, and has the second highest rate of birth defects per 1,500 residents in Texas. It has the third lowest rate of women having children and shows that it had the fourth lowest percentage (0.5%) of unplanned pregnancies, while the average age of a woman having a child (18.6 years) is the national average (19.7 years). It has a high tax rate (1.3%) and a low tax rate (1.4%, based on a median income of $25,800 per year) for unmarried and women, which is lower than the national average of 2.2% and 4.1%, respectively.