Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.If you have anything going for yourself you should have no problem having a good social life here.If you do it will be because of a bad personality or something, not your race. It is better than some places where I have been but worse than others.
Big River Oaks' type homes, mostly 40-50 yrs old but usually well-kept and now starting to be some new construction and gentrification.
Personally, we live in a newer area that's about 30-40% black, but also significant white, latin, asian, whatever, that's becoming a real option to Mac G/Riv that's still not too far outside the loop (20-25 minutes to downtown, 10-15 to Galleria on the 59 FWY) that in Missouri City (I live in an adjacent part about a mile north in far SW Houston). Both areas unfortunately have a real diversity of apartment quality as well as people - apts ranging from very nice to very crackhousie.
Do your homework before signing a lease, check it out at midnight on a Sat night,etc.
You got clubs like Venue, Toc Bar, Butterfly Lounge and more downtown.
Than you got Roxy which is usually always packed in Uptown Houston.