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65

average
monthly rent

$3,750

Webster and Clear Lake

The Clear Lake/Bay Area’s two traditional industry clusters, aerospace and specialty chemical have been joined in recent years by growing health care, maritime and tourism sectors. Health care has been buoyed by the population growth in the area and the arrival of new facilities to provide for residents. Maritime growth in the area abutting Galveston Bay is largely attributable to the dominance of the region’s port infrastructure. The waterfront along with popular recreation centers like the Kemah Boardwalk and of course Space Center Houston have propelled growth on the tourism/hospitality front.

The area located about 20 miles southeast of Downtown also boasts the nation’s third largest concentration of recreational boating centers as well as an array of amateur sports, outdoor activities, beaches and parks.

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Dallas Median Rent

Dallas Price History

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Dallas Median Rent

Dallas Price History

  • Neighborhood
  • Borough Median

79,700

Workforce withing 5 miles

$234,900

Median Area Home Value

$73,900

Median Household Income

171,100

Class A Vacant Office Space (Sq. Ft.)

1,194,200

Vacant Industrial Space (sq. ft.)

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