What’s your neighborhood’s demographic?
Posted on 23 Sep 2009 by Justin Ruckman
photo: James Willamor; view this photo on Flickr
With it I can find that Plaza-Midwood (28205) is composed of demographics with funny names like: “Boomtown Singles”, “Brite Lites, Li’l City”, “City Startups”, “Family Thrifts”, and “Park Bench Seniors”.
Fourth Ward Uptown (28202) includes some of the above, as well as “Middleburg Managers” and “Up-and-Comers”.
The descriptions for each of these categories are thorough and pretty revealing. They’re viewable if you do a zip code search on their site. Unfortunately, I can’t find a way to link to individual demographics, but it’s definitely worth playing around with. Have at!
I’m kind of an odd ball out in my own neighborhood of Wesley Heights (28208). You won’t see me carrying a 40 back from the gas station down the street every evening, but you also won’t find me flipping through my DVR from my 3rd story condo across from Johnson and Wales. I guess I’m somewhere between “New Beginnings” and “Young Influentials” (gag).