Spring Branch East Reviews
Living in the Spring Branch East area is a really good & safe neighborhood. New town houses are being built & few house/lands are being sold. Elderly people are moving out & new generations are coming in. SB East is located between 2 main expressways with lots of shopping centers near & entertainment centers. It's a really convenient area because crime is low, job opportunities are offered & the entertainment is so close by.
not much community events like other neighborhoods
Crime has gone down over the past 3 years but it is still here.
This area used to be for elder people but as they have passed, younger couples and college student have moved here because it is a central location.
The area I live in is going through a transitioning phase. However, it is a positive transition.
It is very nice, there is a comfortable atmosphere in the neighborhood. I would definitely choose to live in the same area if I could choose again.
The parks are great to hang with friends or family, but the maintenance could be improved.
There's many different houses available and they are all beautiful in their own way.
The public services are great. We have a lot of people that actually care about what the people are struggling with.
There's not many good paces to go out to eat, but the ones we do have are great!
Many people aren't happy with the jobs they have, but they're glad they at least have one.
We have things we need around, we just don't have the best quality.
Never seen any crime around here
Town-home community with over 50 houses. Cramped to a certain extent.
This is a high traffic area, but there is a police station within 3 miles.
This area is a melting pot of cultures! There could be 10-15 different restaurants for a single cuisine within driving distance. I love it!
Houston is a booming economic center, and any can complain about getting a job. However, it takes effort to find a job, and there are plenty there. I find it harder recently to find a job closer to home, but usually the drive is not disproportionate to what I would be making.