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Old 05-28-2014, 07:42 PM
 
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Here are the top ten zip codes in terms of growth since 2000: 13029 Zip Code

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13346 Zip Code

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13027 Zip Code

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There are some tiny zips with higher growth rates and some other highly populated zips with positive growth rates, but I decided to focus on bigger zips. Here are some of the other zips: 13164 Zip Code

13163 Zip Code

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Old 05-29-2014, 09:21 AM
 
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My zipcode isn't there ... guess no one wants to move to the south side

I'll be leaving myself next year.
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Old 05-29-2014, 11:50 AM
 
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My zipcode isn't there ... guess no one wants to move to the south side

I'll be leaving myself next year.
Actually, I think the zip code you are in is more of an East Side zip and saw slight growth.
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Old 05-29-2014, 01:57 PM
 
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You know my zip code :O

Just looked it up - completely east of 81.
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Old 05-29-2014, 02:34 PM
 
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You know my zip code :O

Just looked it up - completely east of 81.
I only knew because you've mentioned where you live before.
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Old 05-29-2014, 02:58 PM
 
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I only knew because you've mentioned where you live before.
Gotcha! That would be a good indication. I was trying to figure out if I knew you haha.

Crime is going up in my neighborhood

Super convenient, a lot to do near by ... but too many apartment break ins, cars getting broken into, tires getting slashed, homicides. No fun.
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Old 05-29-2014, 03:02 PM
 
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Most of that zip code is fine, but has a strong student influence too. Given the apartment's location, you may get some incidents up there, especially if people are into some shady stuff. I've known people that have been fine there as well, but I get it. There is a matter of degree with certain incidents too.

To get back to the list, it does seem like the growth is going north and east of the city. It seems to straddle the Onondaga/Oswego county line or follow the Route 173 corridor eastbound of the city.

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Old 05-30-2014, 08:56 AM
 
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Most of that zip code is fine, but has a strong student influence too. Given the apartment's location, you may get some incidents up there, especially if people are into some shady stuff. I've known people that have been fine there as well, but I get it. There is a matter of degree with certain incidents too.

To get back to the list, it does seem like the growth is going north and east of the city. It seems to straddle the Onondaga/Oswego county line or follow the Route 173 corridor eastbound of the city.
Seems that the places growing are the ones that are going to have a tough commute. Liverpool, Onondaga, Cicero ... to me, are commuter hell. Too much traffic for the roads. I have coworkers that live in Manlius, Liverpool and their commute is just crazy. I couldn't imagine dealing with that.

One of my coworkers lives 5 miles away and the commute is 25-30 minutes. From Liverpool to N. Syracuse!

My other question has always been - where is all of this money coming from? There must still be a lot going on for people to keep moving out of the city into nicer and nicer houses.
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Old 05-30-2014, 09:08 AM
 
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Seems that the places growing are the ones that are going to have a tough commute. Liverpool, Onondaga, Cicero ... to me, are commuter hell. Too much traffic for the roads. I have coworkers that live in Manlius, Liverpool and their commute is just crazy. I couldn't imagine dealing with that.

One of my coworkers lives 5 miles away and the commute is 25-30 minutes. From Liverpool to N. Syracuse!

My other question has always been - where is all of this money coming from? There must still be a lot going on for people to keep moving out of the city into nicer and nicer houses.
Where in Liverpool are they coming from where it takes 25-30 minutes to get to North Syracuse? Both areas cover a large portion of the Northern suburbs.

I think it depends on where people work, but you can get anywhere within 20 or so around here.

There are people with money to move into these areas, it appears. Think about the demand for Downtown housing, which is increasing. So, there has to be enough people with money in order to move or to demand such housing.
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Old 06-01-2014, 04:30 AM
 
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My zipcode isn't there ... guess no one wants to move to the south side

I'll be leaving myself next year.
What is your zip code?
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