Where is Greenwood??
Greenwood is the neighborhood between Aurora Ave N and 8th Ave NW, from 75th to 135th St.
Greenwood is a booming market. It constitutes zipcode areas 98103, 98133 and 98117. I have organized some demographic data from the 2010 Census. (You won’t find this on Zillow! My Econ degree is coming to play hah)
Here is the 2010 Census data. Over the past 10 years, Greenwood has attracted 10% more families (2+ household). In the 2000 Census, there were about 42.2% households with only single persons. And only 17.8% of the households has children. By 2010, census shows 31.8% of the households in Greenwood now has children!
|Source: Zilliow.com; demographic information comes from data in the 2000 U.S. Census.
Thanks for reading! Please let me know if you believe there is a misinterpretation of the census data on my charts or you see a way to improve them! I appreciate your suggestions!
Next time I will pick a few houses for sale in Greenwood, and we can talk about them 🙂
See you soon!
Spoiler alert! I have been living in Seattle for the past 7 years. I lived in U District (bought my first piece of furniture, a old old wing back chair from a lady in Bryant), Northgate, Central District (23rd and Jackson), and now Greenwood.
I enjoy living in the North Seattle area. But out of the 4 neighborhoods I lived in, Greenwood is my favorite. Hold your breath! (maybe not for too long, just a little bit) I would love to give you a short review on Greenwood, tomorrow!
First, please let me show my love for.. BEER. 😉
Naked City is AWESOME. Have you heard of the Humor Program yet? Comedy every third Sat. Are you coming? 😉 Hit me up!
Again, Naked City Brewery – Walrus Beer Garden for the Summer
So many cute and fun stores to look at on Greenwood Ave.
More to come. Thx!!
Immigrants Boost U.S. Economic Vitality through the Housing Market | AS/COA
Everyone knows the legendary housing price in Vancouver BC is majorly an result of wealthy immigrants buying homes – booting demand. This is also true in the U.S.. However, just how much demand had correlate to the number of new immigrants in an area? This article finds out for you. Interestingly, you can see the numbers yourself via an interactive map.
Put your own zip code and find out!