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Bellaire is located on I-Loop 610 approximately 10 miles southwest from downtown Houston. It is south of The Galleria area and north of Meyerland. The city of Bellaire has a population of approximately 19,000. In 1908, William Wright Baldwin, president of the South End Land Company, founded Bellaire by purchasing the 9,440-acre Rice Ranch. Baldwin built Bellaire Boulevard from Bellaire to Main Street in Houston, with an electric streetcar line built down the center that operated from 1910 until 1927 when replaced by bus service. In 1918 Bellaire obtained a city charter. Growth blossomed after World War II, but was halted when Houston annexed the land surrounding Bellaire in 1948. Bellaire is a residential community known for its family recreation. The Bellaire Town Square Family Aquatic Center has a 14-foot dive well, lap lanes, splash pad, and a waterslide. Eveyn’s Park is a 5-acre park built on the site of the historic Tea’s Nursery. Bellaire has an additional 14 parks and a dog park. Bellaire is also known for its baseball. Its little league team won the U.S. National Championship at the 2000 Little League World Series.