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Neighborhoods:

Central Business District, Collegetown, Cornell Heights, Cornell University, Eastern South Hill, Fall Creek, Lower Collegetown, Lower East Hill, Lower Northside, North Belle Sherman, North Campus, Northside Triangle Inlet Island, South Belle Sherman, Southside, Titus Flats, University Hill, West End, West Hill, Western South Hill



Central Business District neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.205 square miles

Population: 1,551

Population density:
Central Business District:

7,582 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Central Business District:

$29,794
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Central Business District:

$665
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

741
Females:

808

Median age
Males:

28.5 years
Females:

27.7 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (6.2% of all units):
Central Business District:

$222,779
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (14.4% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$78,193
New York:

$462,167

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (22.9% of all units):
Central Business District:

$85,807
New York:

$662,923

Average estimated value of mobile home in 2010 (12.0% of all units):
Central Business District:

$36,978
New York:

$65,188

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (32.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (14.1%); life, physical, and social science occupations (12.4%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (12.2%); sales and office occupations (9.4%); service occupations (6.9%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (6.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (49.8%); sales and office occupations (12.8%); life, physical, and social science occupations (11.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (10.9%); service occupations (3.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (3.7%); community and social services occupations (3.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 79 (W Green St); E Green St (State Hwy 79); State Hwy 79 (E Seneca St); W Seneca St (State Hwy 79); Seneca Way (State Hwy 79); State Hwy 96B (W Clinton St); State Hwy 96B (E Clinton St).

Roads and streets: W State St; E State St (Ithaca Cmns); E Buffalo St; E Court St; N Cayuga St; N Tioga St; N Aurora St; S Geneva St; S Cayuga St; S Aurora St; Terrace Pl; S Tioga St; S Corn St; S Albany St; S Plain St; N Corn St; N Plain St; N Geneva St; Elston Pl.

Other features: Sixmile Crk.

Central Business District neighborhood detailed profile

Collegetown neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.068 square miles

Population: 2,948

Population density:
Collegetown:

43,281 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Collegetown:

$47,575
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Collegetown:

$991
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

1,704
Females:

1,249

Median age
Males:

21.9 years
Females:

21.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (1.8% of all units):
Collegetown:

$246,224
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (34.1% of all units):
Collegetown:

$85,807
New York:

$662,923

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (27.1%); service occupations (19.1%); sales and office occupations (11.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.1%); architecture and engineering occupations (6.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.5%); computer and mathematical occupations (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (41.7%); education, training, and library occupations (23.8%); computer and mathematical occupations (13.3%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (7.3%); production occupations (6.1%); architecture and engineering occupations (5.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (2.3%)


Roads and streets: Dryden Rd; Cascadilla Pl; College Ave; Highland Pl; Williams St; Eddy St; Dryden Ct.

Collegetown neighborhood detailed profile

Cornell Heights neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.545 square miles

Population: 975

Population density:
Cornell Heights:

1,789 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Cornell Heights:

$35,236
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Cornell Heights:

$1,131
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

485
Females:

489

Median age
Males:

24.0 years
Females:

25.1 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (30.9% of all units):
Cornell Heights:

$293,000
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (2.5% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$486,947
New York:

$484,090

Most popular occupations of males: farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (48.0%); sales and office occupations (23.8%); education, training, and library occupations (15.0%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.6%); business and financial operations occupations (2.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (2.6%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (1.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (45.8%); legal occupations (20.9%); education, training, and library occupations (14.8%); business and financial operations occupations (6.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.9%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (2.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (1.8%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 13 Scn (State Hwy 34 Scn).

Roads and streets: Stewart Park (Stewart Park Rd); Thurston Ave; Kline Rd; Wyckoff Ave; Stewart Ave; Lake St; Highland Ave; Dearborn Pl; Roberts Pl; Heights Ct; Edgecliff Pl; Gibbs Dr (James L Gibbs Dr); The Knoll Rd; Wait Ave; Needham Pl; N Cayuga St; Lodge Way; Gardner Pkwy; Rosemary Ln; Ithaca High School.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Other features: Fall Crk.

Cornell Heights neighborhood detailed profile

Cornell University neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.484 square miles

Population: 1,728

Population density:
Cornell University:

3,570 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Cornell University:

$39,051
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Cornell University:

$885
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

1,062
Females:

672

Median age
Males:

21.5 years
Females:

21.5 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (46.2% of all units):
Cornell University:

$297,357
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (7228.2% of all units):
Cornell University:

$85,807
New York:

$662,923

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (24.0%); sales and office occupations (23.1%); service occupations (18.3%); architecture and engineering occupations (9.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.7%); transportation occupations (4.7%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (42.2%); education, training, and library occupations (18.0%); service occupations (9.2%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (7.6%); business and financial operations occupations (4.6%); computer and mathematical occupations (4.2%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.9%)


Roads and streets: Campus Rd; Tower Rd; University Ave; Central Ave; Forest Home Dr; East Ave; Garden Ave; West Ave; Reservoir Ave; Edgemoor Ln; Sage Ave; McGraw Pl; Stewart Ave; Hollister Dr; Garden Ave (Bailey Cir); Hoy Rd; Forest Park Ln; South Ave; Reservoir Ave (Baker Ave); Thurston Ave.

Cornell University neighborhood detailed profile

Eastern South Hill neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.279 square miles

Population: 2,078

Population density:
Eastern South Hill:

7,450 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Eastern South Hill:

$50,470
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Eastern South Hill:

$714
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

860
Females:

1,215

Median age
Males:

28.2 years
Females:

27.7 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (30.9% of all units):
Eastern South Hill:

$215,674
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (14.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$178,198
New York:

$484,090

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (8.1% of all units):
Eastern South Hill:

$147,503
New York:

$578,037

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (42.7%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (13.0%); service occupations (10.9%); architecture and engineering occupations (10.7%); transportation occupations (8.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.5%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (34.0%); sales and office occupations (16.4%); education, training, and library occupations (12.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (10.1%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.2%); community and social services occupations (4.1%)


Highways in this neighborhood: S Aurora St (State Hwy 96B).

Roads and streets: Hudson St; Giles St; Columbia St; Crescent Pl; Hudson Pl; Grandview Ave; Pearsall Pl; Hawthorne Pl; Pleasant St; Hillview Pl; Prospect St; James St; Renzetti Pl; Grandview Ct; Cottage Pl; Charles St; Hawthorn Cir; Co Rd 119 (Coddington Rd); Hudson St Exd; Grandview Pl; Hudson Hts.

Other features: Sixmile Crk.

Eastern South Hill neighborhood detailed profile

Fall Creek neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.485 square miles

Population: 2,558

Population density:
Fall Creek:

5,272 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Fall Creek:

$44,574
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Fall Creek:

$864
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

1,266
Females:

1,291

Median age
Males:

31.0 years
Females:

31.9 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (40.7% of all units):
Fall Creek:

$307,627
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (6.8% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$486,947
New York:

$484,090

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (46.5% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$129,677
New York:

$462,167

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (24.3%); education, training, and library occupations (22.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.3%); sales and office occupations (6.3%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (6.1%); production occupations (5.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.5%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (38.5%); service occupations (15.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (9.4%); sales and office occupations (9.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (6.9%); business and financial operations occupations (5.4%); life, physical, and social science occupations (4.4%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 34 Scn (State Hwy 13 Scn); State Hwy 13 Scn (State Hwy 34 Scn, N Meadow St).

Roads and streets: Willow Ave; N Cayuga St; N Tioga St; N Aurora St; Pier Rd; Linn St; Utica St; E Falls St; Auburn St; E Tompkins St; E Yates St; E Marshall St; Farm St; W Lincoln St; Dey St; E Lincoln St; Franklin St; W Falls St; E Jay St; E Lewis St; E York St; Adams St; W Yates St; W York St; W Tompkins St; W Lewis St; W Jay St; Queen St; King St; Short St; Hancock St; W Marshall St; Woodland Pl.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Other features: Fall Crk.

Fall Creek neighborhood detailed profile

Lower Collegetown neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.059 square miles

Population: 1,919

Population density:
Lower Collegetown:

32,656 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Lower Collegetown:

$20,174
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Lower Collegetown:

$726
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

1,067
Females:

854

Median age
Males:

23.5 years
Females:

24.4 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (8.6% of all units):
Lower Collegetown:

$222,779
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (29.5% of all units):
Lower Collegetown:

$85,735
New York:

$662,923

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (20.9%); computer and mathematical occupations (17.9%); sales and office occupations (15.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (9.2%); life, physical, and social science occupations (7.8%); business and financial operations occupations (7.7%); community and social services occupations (5.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (49.1%); computer and mathematical occupations (18.5%); service occupations (13.8%); sales and office occupations (6.9%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.2%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.9%); architecture and engineering occupations (1.7%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 366 (Mitchell St).

Roads and streets: E Seneca St; Cook St; Blair St; Eddy St; College Ave; Orchard Pl; Schuyler Pl; N Quarry St; Frosh Aly; Bool St; Sage Pl.

Lower Collegetown neighborhood detailed profile

Lower East Hill neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.040 square miles

Population: 672

Population density:
Lower East Hill:

16,597 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Lower East Hill:

$22,307
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Lower East Hill:

$744
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

437
Females:

237

Median age
Males:

23.6 years
Females:

24.0 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (5.1% of all units):
Lower East Hill:

$176,729
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (30.2% of all units):
Lower East Hill:

$85,807
New York:

$662,923

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (22.5%); business and financial operations occupations (18.4%); computer and mathematical occupations (13.0%); service occupations (11.3%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (8.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.6%); material moving occupations (5.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (49.9%); service occupations (24.8%); architecture and engineering occupations (20.5%); sales and office occupations (2.4%)


Roads and streets: E Buffalo St; Osmun Pl; Edgewood Pl; Dewitt Pl; Glen Pl; Fountain Pl; Willets Pl; Spring Ln; Stewart Ave.

Lower East Hill neighborhood detailed profile

Lower Northside neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.141 square miles

Population: 1,200

Population density:
Lower Northside:

8,493 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Lower Northside:

$37,001
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Lower Northside:

$693
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

532
Females:

665

Median age
Males:

30.7 years
Females:

31.2 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (27.2% of all units):
Lower Northside:

$183,757
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (27.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$247,061
New York:

$462,167

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (28.5%); service occupations (26.4%); education, training, and library occupations (11.2%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (8.6%); business and financial operations occupations (8.2%); material moving occupations (6.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (5.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (40.3%); business and financial operations occupations (11.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.6%); community and social services occupations (9.6%); sales and office occupations (7.0%); education, training, and library occupations (5.0%); production occupations (4.4%)


Roads and streets: W Court St; W Buffalo St; Esty St; Park Pl; N Plain St; Washington St; N Albany St; N Geneva St; S Cascadilla Ave; Cascadilla St.

Other features: Cascadilla Crk.

Lower Northside neighborhood detailed profile

North Belle Sherman neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.157 square miles

Population: 1,210

Population density:
North Belle Sherman:

7,725 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
North Belle Sherman:

$53,620
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
North Belle Sherman:

$1,012
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

639
Females:

571

Median age
Males:

22.5 years
Females:

23.0 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (35.4% of all units):
North Belle Sherman:

$270,180
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (10.3% of all units):
North Belle Sherman:

$85,807
New York:

$662,923

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (24.9%); sales and office occupations (21.8%); computer and mathematical occupations (9.7%); life, physical, and social science occupations (8.9%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (8.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (7.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (26.2%); education, training, and library occupations (26.0%); service occupations (9.1%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (8.9%); community and social services occupations (7.7%); business and financial operations occupations (6.8%); life, physical, and social science occupations (5.6%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Ithaca Rd (State Hwy 366).

Roads and streets: Dryden Rd; Oak Ave; Worth St; Elmwood Ave; Bryant Ave; Maple Ave; Fairmount Ave; Cornell St; Miller St; Oxford Pl; Delaware Ave; Harvard Pl; Pearl St; Cobb St; Fairview Sq; Maple Grove Pl; Oneida Pl; Irving Pl; Irving Pl Lp; Hoy Rd.

Other features: Cascadilla Crk.

North Belle Sherman neighborhood detailed profile

North Campus neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.144 square miles

Population: 2,941

Population density:
North Campus:

20,379 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
North Campus:

$58,720
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
North Campus:

$1,170
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

1,201
Females:

1,742

Median age
Males:

22.3 years
Females:

23.8 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (50.0% of all units):
North Campus:

$275,533
New York:

$345,011

Most popular occupations of males: farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (54.7%); sales and office occupations (26.6%); education, training, and library occupations (11.7%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.7%); business and financial operations occupations (2.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (50.8%); legal occupations (23.1%); education, training, and library occupations (12.2%); business and financial operations occupations (7.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.9%)


Roads and streets: Sisson Pl; Fall Creek Dr; East Ave; Wait Ave; Thurston Ave; Balch Dr; Risley Dr; Donlon Hall Loop; Dickson Loading Dock.

North Campus neighborhood detailed profile

Northside Triangle Inlet Island neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.384 square miles

Population: 1,138

Population density:
Northside Triangle Inlet Island:

2,962 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Northside Triangle Inlet Island:

$43,814
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Northside Triangle Inlet Island:

$899
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

473
Females:

662

Median age
Males:

33.0 years
Females:

35.4 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (41.3% of all units):
Northside Triangle Inlet Island:

$216,911
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (25.1% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$254,878
New York:

$462,167

Average estimated value of mobile home in 2010 (4.6% of all units):
Northside Triangle Inlet Island:

$36,978
New York:

$65,188

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (22.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (20.9%); education, training, and library occupations (15.2%); sales and office occupations (12.3%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (7.0%); life, physical, and social science occupations (5.5%); transportation occupations (5.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (29.4%); sales and office occupations (17.9%); service occupations (17.4%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (12.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (9.1%); business and financial operations occupations (6.6%); community and social services occupations (5.3%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 34 Scn (N Meadow St, State Hwy 13 Scn); State Hwy 89 (Taughannock Blvd); State Hwy 34 Scn (State Hwy 13 Scn, N Fulton St); W State St (State Hwy 79); S Fulton St (State Hwy 13 Scn, State Hwy 96 Scn, State Hwy 34 Scn); State Hwy 96 Scn (State Hwy 13 Scn, State Hwy 34 Scn, S Meadow St); W Green St (State Hwy 79).

Roads and streets: Cascadilla St; 3rd St; Lake Ave; Hancock St; W Buffalo St; W Seneca St; 1st St; Madison St; Adams St; 2nd St; Carpenter Cir; 3rd St Exn; Monroe St; Franklin St; 4th St; 5th St; W Court St; Esty St; Alice Miller Way; Morris Ave; Allen St; Brindley St.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Other features: Cascadilla Crk.

Northside Triangle Inlet Island neighborhood detailed profile

South Belle Sherman neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.307 square miles

Population: 1,289

Population density:
South Belle Sherman:

4,203 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
South Belle Sherman:

$30,091
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
South Belle Sherman:

$906
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

756
Females:

534

Median age
Males:

26.1 years
Females:

25.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (32.9% of all units):
South Belle Sherman:

$218,251
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (5.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$178,198
New York:

$484,090

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (17.3% of all units):
South Belle Sherman:

$147,503
New York:

$578,037

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (15.3% of all units):
South Belle Sherman:

$85,807
New York:

$662,923

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (25.3%); education, training, and library occupations (22.8%); computer and mathematical occupations (17.1%); business and financial operations occupations (8.3%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.8%); life, physical, and social science occupations (6.5%); production occupations (6.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.9%); education, training, and library occupations (25.3%); computer and mathematical occupations (13.7%); service occupations (8.4%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (6.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.1%); life, physical, and social science occupations (1.9%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 79 (E State St); Mitchell St (State Hwy 366).

Roads and streets: Giles St; Valley Rd; Woodcrest Ave; Cornell St; Eastwood Ave; Treva Ave; Ridgedale Rd; Homestead Rd; Water St; Cornell Walk; Woodcrest Ter; Elmwood Ave; Bridge St; Quarry St S; Valentine Pl; Genessee St; Dunmore Pl; Columbia St; Brandon Pl; Homestead Ter; Mulberry St; Woodcock St.

South Belle Sherman neighborhood detailed profile

Southside neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.115 square miles

Population: 1,606

Population density:
Southside:

13,979 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Southside:

$38,591
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Southside:

$644
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

672
Females:

933

Median age
Males:

32.5 years
Females:

33.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (47.9% of all units):
Southside:

$1,750,423
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (3.0% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$1,396,574
New York:

$462,167

Average estimated value of mobile home in 2010 (10.2% of all units):
Southside:

$36,978
New York:

$65,188

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (27.9%); education, training, and library occupations (24.5%); sales and office occupations (13.9%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.4%); production occupations (5.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.8%); community and social services occupations (3.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (44.3%); service occupations (18.4%); education, training, and library occupations (14.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.1%); production occupations (4.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (3.6%); legal occupations (2.9%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 96B (W Clinton St).

Roads and streets: N Titus Ave; Center St; S Plain St; S Albany St; Cleveland Ave; Fayette St; S Corn St.

Other features: Sixmile Crk.

Southside neighborhood detailed profile

Titus Flats neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.833 square miles

Population: 1,078

Population density:
Titus Flats:

1,295 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Titus Flats:

$41,637
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Titus Flats:

$645
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

482
Females:

595

Median age
Males:

38.8 years
Females:

40.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (39.5% of all units):
Titus Flats:

$204,624
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (23.8% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$131,567
New York:

$462,167

Average estimated value of mobile home in 2010 (20.5% of all units):
Titus Flats:

$20,432
New York:

$65,188

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (30.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (29.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (12.1%); life, physical, and social science occupations (7.5%); architecture and engineering occupations (6.9%); production occupations (5.9%); material moving occupations (4.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (29.2%); sales and office occupations (23.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (14.3%); service occupations (13.4%); community and social services occupations (7.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.9%); life, physical, and social science occupations (3.0%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Hwy 96 Scn (State Hwy 34 Scn, State Hwy 13, State Hwy 13 Scn, Elmira Rd); State Hwy 34 Scn (S Meadow St, State Hwy 13 Scn, State Hwy 96 Scn).

Roads and streets: S Titus Ave; W Clinton St; Mary St; Wood St; Jake St; Cherry St; Gussie St; Reuben St; SW Park Rd; Commercial Ave; S Plain St; S Albany St; South St; Hyers St; Park St; Taber St; S Geneva St; Fair St; W Seneca St.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Other features: Cayuga Inlt.

Titus Flats neighborhood detailed profile

University Hill neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.166 square miles

Population: 1,491

Population density:
University Hill:

8,984 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
University Hill:

$68,420
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
University Hill:

$985
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

962
Females:

533

Median age
Males:

27.4 years
Females:

29.1 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (22.2% of all units):
University Hill:

$307,627
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (5.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$486,947
New York:

$484,090

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (70.4% of all units):
University Hill:

$85,807
New York:

$662,923

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (35.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.0%); service occupations (10.6%); sales and office occupations (8.2%); life, physical, and social science occupations (8.1%); architecture and engineering occupations (6.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (5.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (42.1%); service occupations (22.2%); life, physical, and social science occupations (16.9%); business and financial operations occupations (5.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.2%); sales and office occupations (4.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (2.8%)


Roads and streets: City of Ithaca Cemetery; University Ave; Cascadilla Park Rd; Lake St; Cornell Ave; Dewitt Pl; N Willard Way; Willard Way; Llenroc Ct; Willard Way Lp; Stewart Ave; Williard Way; Linn St; E Lincoln St.

Other features: Cascadilla Crk.

University Hill neighborhood detailed profile

West End neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.875 square miles

Population: 35

Population density:
West End:

40 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
West End:

$11,055
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
West End:

$212
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

17
Females:

18

Median age
Males:

8.7 years
Females:

9.9 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (55.6% of all units):
West End:

$216,911
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (11.1% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$254,878
New York:

$462,167

Average estimated value of mobile home in 2010 (11.1% of all units):
West End:

$36,978
New York:

$65,188

Most popular occupations of males: education, training, and library occupations (31.6%); community and social services occupations (20.8%); sales and office occupations (12.3%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (10.0%); business and financial operations occupations (6.3%); computer and mathematical occupations (5.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: education, training, and library occupations (26.7%); sales and office occupations (26.7%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (20.8%); service occupations (8.3%); community and social services occupations (7.0%); business and financial operations occupations (4.9%); legal occupations (2.9%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Park Rd (State Hwy 89); Cliff St (State Hwy 96); Floral Ave (State Hwy 13A); State Hwy 79 (Hector St); Taughannock Blvd (State Hwy 89).

Roads and streets: Cass Park Access Rd; Chestnut St; Abbott Ln; Vinegar Hill; Elm St.

Other features: Linderman Crk.

West End neighborhood detailed profile

West Hill neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.516 square miles

Population: 263

Population density:
West Hill:

509 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
West Hill:

$52,693
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
West Hill:

$729
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

111
Females:

152

Median age
Males:

41.1 years
Females:

43.7 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (65.6% of all units):
West Hill:

$216,911
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (6.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$254,878
New York:

$462,167

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (20.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (16.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (12.5%); education, training, and library occupations (11.7%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (9.0%); architecture and engineering occupations (7.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (22.0%); education, training, and library occupations (11.0%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (7.4%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.0%); community and social services occupations (6.5%); service occupations (5.7%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Hector St (State Hwy 79).

Roads and streets: Warren Pl; Sunrise Rd; Cliff Park Rd; Campbell Ave; Richard Pl; Chestnut St; Hook Pl; Taylor Pl; Oakwood Ln; Westwood Knoll; Brookfield Rd; N Taylor Pl; Lambeth Way; Westfield Dr; Cliff Park Cir; Cliff St.

Other features: Cliff Park Brk; Linderman Crk.

West Hill neighborhood detailed profile

Western South Hill neighborhood in Ithaca statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.250 square miles

Population: 92

Population density:
Western South Hill:

368 people per square mile
Ithaca:

625 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Western South Hill:

$38,877
New York:

$55,217

Median rent in in 2010:
Western South Hill:

$884
New York:

$879

Male vs Females
Males:

37
Females:

54

Median age
Males:

35.1 years
Females:

35.1 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (59.6% of all units):
Western South Hill:

$38,299
New York:

$345,011

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (6.4% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$24,729
New York:

$462,167

Average estimated value of mobile home in 2010 (178.7% of all units):
Western South Hill:

$3,859
New York:

$65,188

Most popular occupations of males: management occupations (except farmers) (19.8%); education, training, and library occupations (15.0%); service occupations (13.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (12.9%); business and financial operations occupations (10.8%); sales and office occupations (6.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (6.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (37.7%); education, training, and library occupations (21.8%); service occupations (12.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.2%); life, physical, and social science occupations (6.8%); business and financial operations occupations (3.5%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (2.6%)


Roads and streets: Spencer Rd; S Hill Ter; Stone Quarry Rd; S Cayuga St; Turner Pl; Morris Heights Rd; S Meadow St; W Spencer St; Hillview Pl; Fountain St; Pleasant St.

Western South Hill neighborhood detailed profile

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