Cities Shouldn’t be Afraid to Look to the Suburbs for Inspiration

By Kyle Shelton, Kinder Institute for Urban Research

East Aldine and The Woodlands are two Houston communities that most people would rarely compare to one another.

East Aldine is an unincorporated, mostly Hispanic and working-class community south of George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The community houses hundreds of local businesses and is home to a vibrant, long-tenured population that cares deeply about its future.

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