Houston Heights

Cityscape, Vol. 4, No. 2

15 Pages Posted: 21 Apr 1999

See all articles by Carolee Gearheart

Carolee Gearheart

Aspen Systems Corporation - Housing Research Group

Karl Eschback

University of Houston - Department of Economics

Jacqueline Hagan

University of Houston - Department of Economics

Nestor Rodriguez

University of Houston

Abstract

Houston Heights is recognized as one of Houston's most stable yet diverse communities. Established Latinos, new immigrants, African-Americans, Anglos, gay/lesbian subpopulations, and young and old people comprise the population of the Heights. Diversity is a changing component that the Heights' residents, institutions, and associations have addressed and continue to address to create and maintain a stable community.

JEL Classification: I3, J7, R2

Suggested Citation

Gearheart, Carolee and Eschback, Karl and Hagan, Jacqueline and Rodriguez, Nestor, Houston Heights. Cityscape, Vol. 4, No. 2. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=149458 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.149458

Carolee Gearheart (Contact Author)

Aspen Systems Corporation - Housing Research Group ( email )

2277 Research Boulevard
Rockville, MD 20850
United States
301-519-5253 (Phone)
301-519-5767 (Fax)

Karl Eschback

University of Houston - Department of Economics ( email )

Houston, TX 77204-5882
United States
713-743-3950 (Phone)

Jacqueline Hagan

University of Houston - Department of Economics ( email )

Houston, TX 77204-5882
United States
713-743-3945 (Phone)

Nestor Rodriguez

University of Houston ( email )

Houston, TX 77204
United States
713-743-3946 (Phone)

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