Just 2 more categories remain to be announced for this year’s Swamplot Awards for Houston Real Estate. The final category will be revealed this afternoon. And here’s the next-to-last one: Houston Neighborhood of the Year, 2008.
What makes a neighborhood “Neighborhood of the Year”? Whatever you say does, really. Of course, a neighborhood might win Swamplot’s Neighborhood of the Year award for vastly different reasons than another one might win an award of the same name from, say, the GHBA.
Nominating rules are still here. You can make your nominations for this award in a comment below or in an email sent privately to Swamplot. So tell us: What neighborhood deserves to win this award from Swamplot — and why?
- Previous award categories: In Search of the Houston Heavyweights: Most Fattening Real Estate Development, Neighborhood Guessing Game Guessing Game: Who’s the Best Home Sleuth?, Now Accepting Nominations: It Could Only Have Happened in Houston, Your Nominations Wanted: Most Grandiose Development, Playing Dressup: Your Nominations for Best Rebranding Effort?, Your Nominations for Best Teardown of the Year, Nominations Now Open: Best Project Cancellation or Delay, Your Nominations Please: Favorite Houston Design Cliché
- The Swamplot Awards for Houston Real Estate: How To Make a Nomination [Swamplot]
- Swamplot Award Nominations 2008 [Swamplot]