I-10 East Corridor (Area) is a neighborhood in San Antonio, Texas with a population of 69,243. I-10 East Corridor (Area) is in Bexar County. Living in I-10 East Corridor (Area) offers residents a sparse urban feel and most residents own their homes. In I-10 East Corridor (Area) there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in I-10 East Corridor (Area) and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in I-10 East Corridor (Area) are above average.
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I-10 East Corridor (Area) Reviews
The crime and safety in the area in which I am located in is not as bad as others. My neighborhood is a pretty standard location. In this location you have your public elementary school and high school right down the street, your local Walmart grocery store, and a convenient store also within the same area. The only issue that I do see within the neighborhood is the construction of the roads. The roads in the neighborhood are very cramped, and we have also had numerous incidents to the potholes and stop sign placements.
I cannot complain about living here, because there is so much I do love about this city. I love the diversity and culture. The people are nice and polite. I enjoy the whether, except during the summer, it tends to get too hot, but tolerablebut. I couldn't live anywhere else, because every city has its problems, but I'm used to our city's problems.
I do not see myself living anywhere else besides where I am at now. Yes, maybe in a different neighborhood for the sake of newness but unsatisfactory, no. There are so many opportunities that are opening up in every corner so there are always new things to try and see. With the rapidly growth rate of my area I see it becoming something very successful in the future