Post your photographs of the Bayou City, and view other people's pictures.
Which are the best? Which were mistakes?
Photos and discussions of architects, styles of architecture, and the people behind them.
Project that seemed like a good idea at the time, but never got anywhere.
Rebirth on the bayou, or just as seedy and run down as ever?
North of I-10 (downtown), south of I-610, east of I-45, west of US-59. The highways are concrete, but the boundaries are a bit squishy. We'll feel our way through this.
Quiet. Green. Dignified. The neighborhood so many others try to emulate.
In between the luxury Uptown District, to the exclusive high-end River Oaks.
Uptown and Galleria: The Hines creation that formed an upscale neighborhood.
The historic and industrial heart of the Bayou City, between downtown and the Port of Houston. Now, young, hip, and trendy. And after a decade, we finally concede to using the name "EaDo" on HAIF.
South of downtown, north of OST, and in the heart of it all.
Everything Fifth Ward.
The independent municipalities inside Houston, including Bellaire, West University Place, Southside Place, Bunker Hill, Hunters Creek, and other villages.
Places generally along the North Freeway (I-45) and the Hardy Toll Road, including Acres Home, North Houston, Aldine, Spring, The Woodlands, and Conroe.
Places generally along the Eastex Freeway (U.S. 59/I-69), including Atascocita, Crosby, East Houston, Eastex, Humble, IAH, Jensen, Kingwood, and Lake Houston.
Places generally along the East Freeway (I-10) and north of the Ship Channel, including Anahuac, Baytown, Channelview, Galena Park, and Jacinto City.
Places generally along the South Freeway (I-45), and south of the Ship Channel, including Clear Lake, Deer Park, Freindswood, the Hobby Area, League City, Pasadena, Santa Fe, South Houston, and Texas City.
Places generally along the South Freeway (TX-288), including Alvin, Manvel, Pearland, South Park, and Sunnyside.
Places generally along the Southwest Freeway (U.S.59/I-69), including Alief, Missouri City, Rosenberg, Stafford, and Sugar Land.
Places along the Katy Freeway (I-10), including Addicks, Katy, Memorial, Spring Valley, Westchase, and the villages.
Galveston Island, Bolivar Peninsula and the other barrier islands of coastal Texas.
Just a quick trip up highway 6 the future of Texas is made.
The second-largest city in Texas, best known for the Alamo and the Riverwalk.
Our neighbors to the north.
State capitol, tech hub, college town, hippie haven. Austin is many things to many people.
The food. The music. The city. The swamps.
Discussions of architecture and urban issues in other cities within the United States and abroad.
Related link: Towrs architecture fan site
Talk about buying, selling, relocating, building, neighborhoods, and other issues related to settling down in the Bayou City.
Do not post real estate listings. They go here: Real Estate and Apartment Listings
From huge museums to independent galleries, painting, sculpture, dance, fashion, and music flourish in Houston.
For discussion of controversial topics. Sex. Politics. Morality. Things like that. Keep it PG-13, or your post will be deleted. There are children among us.
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For discussions of the web site and suggestions for improvements.
Started October 1, 2022