Vacancy Rates of 20 Walkable Neighborhoods vs.                        Vacancy Rates of their Surrounding CitiesNeighborhoo...
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Walkable Neighborhoods Vacancy Rates Excel

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Walkable neighborhoods have higher vacancy rates than their surrounding cities.

Read more here: http://www.cubitplanning.com/blog/2011/06/walkable-neighborhoods-housing-vacancy-rates-census-2010

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Walkable Neighborhoods Vacancy Rates Excel

  1. 1. Vacancy Rates of 20 Walkable Neighborhoods vs. Vacancy Rates of their Surrounding CitiesNeighborhood Total Occupied Vacant Vacant %City/County Units Count % Count % DifferenceTribeca, New York 10,125 9,128 90.2% 997 9.8%New York city 3,371,062 3,109,784 92.2% 261,278 7.8% 2.1%Chinatown, SF 6,258 5,677 90.7% 581 9.3%San Francisco city 376,942 345,811 91.7% 31,131 8.3% 1.0%Old Westport, Kansas City 1,107 939 84.8% 168 15.2%Kansas City city 221,860 192,406 86.7% 29,454 13.3% 1.9%Pearl District, Portland 2,313 2,139 92.5% 174 7.5%Portland city 265,439 248,546 93.6% 16,893 6.4% 1.2%Dupont Circle, DC 13,502 12,356 91.5% 1,146 8.5%Washington city 296,719 266,707 89.9% 30,012 10.1% -1.6%Pioneer Square, Seattle 531 471 88.7% 60 11.3%Seattle city 308,516 283,510 91.9% 25,006 8.1% 3.2%City Center East, Philadelphia 17,588 15,824 90.0% 1,764 10.0%Philadelphia city 670,171 599,736 89.5% 70,435 10.5% -0.5%Loop, Chicago 22,754 17,315 76.1% 5,439 23.9%Chicago city 1,194,337 1,045,560 87.5% 148,777 12.5% 11.4%Back Bay-Beacon Hill, Boston 20,070 17,690 88.1% 2,380 11.9%Boston city 272,481 252,699 92.7% 19,782 7.3% 4.6%Lodo, Denver 7,458 5,981 80.2% 1,477 19.8%Denver city 285,797 263,107 92.1% 22,690 7.9% 11.9%Lower East Side, Milwaukee 10,035 8,828 88.0% 1,207 12.0%Milwaukee city 255,569 230,221 90.1% 25,348 9.9% 2.1%Core, San Diego 9,249 6,975 75.4% 2,274 24.6%San Diego city 516,033 483,092 93.6% 32,941 6.4% 18.2%West End Historic District, Dallas 377 328 87.0% 49 13.0%Dallas city 516,639 458,057 88.7% 58,582 11.3% 1.7%Federal Hill, Baltimore 3,928 3,378 86.0% 550 14.0%Baltimore city 296,685 249,903 84.2% 46,782 15.8% -1.8%
  2. 2. Neighborhood Total Occupied Vacant Vacant %City/County Units Count % Count % DifferenceRichmond Grove, Sacramento 1,346 1,172 87.1% 174 12.9%Sacramento city 190,911 174,624 91.5% 16,287 8.5% 4.4%Five Points, Atlanta 2,029 1,415 69.7% 614 30.3%Atlanta city 224,573 185,142 82.4% 39,431 17.6% 12.7%Downtown, Cleveland 5,534 4,194 75.8% 1,340 24.2%Cleveland city 207,536 167,490 80.7% 40,046 19.3% 4.9%Downtown, San Antonio 1,757 1,518 86.4% 239 13.6%San Antonio city 524,246 479,642 91.5% 44,604 8.5% 5.1%Central Business District, Louisville 2,726 2,243 82.3% 483 17.7%Jefferson County 337,616 309,175 91.6% 28,441 8.4% 9.3%Cherry, Charlotte 1,350 1,099 81.4% 251 18.6%Charlotte city 319,918 289,860 90.6% 30,058 9.4% 9.2%

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