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Neighborhoods:

Central Business District, Dayton, Fairmount, Forest Hill, Lower Broadway, Lower Clinton Hill, Lower Roseville, Lower Vailsburg, North Broadway, North Ironbound, Seventh Avenue, South Broad Street, South Ironbound, Springfield Belmont, University Heights, Upper Clinton Hill, Upper Roseville, Upper Vailsburg, Weequahic, West Side



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

Area: 0.755 square miles

Population: 4,315

Population density:
Central Business District:

5,716 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Central Business District:

$41,134
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Central Business District:

$846
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

2,515
Females:

1,804

Median age
Males:

36.1 years
Females:

37.3 years

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (38.1%); transportation occupations (14.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (13.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.2%); sales and office occupations (4.8%); education, training, and library occupations (3.7%); production occupations (2.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (28.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (18.3%); sales and office occupations (16.5%); business and financial operations occupations (9.7%); production occupations (8.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.3%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (4.8%)


Highways in this neighborhood: McCarter Hwy (State Rte 21).

Roads and streets: Broad St; Bishop Parrott Plz (Washington St); University Ave; Mulberry St; Raymond Blvd; Rte 510 (Market St); Halsey St; Edison Pl; Lafayette St; Park Pl; Green St; Commerce St; Walnut St; Orange St; E Kinney St; Rte 508 (Central Ave); Academy St; Bank St; Branford Pl; William St; Rev William O Watley Plz (Court St); Bridge St; River St; Center St (Rte 508); Rector St; Columbia St; Hamilton St; Franklin St; W Kinney St; Division St; Clinton St; Liberty St; Bleeker St; Warren St; New St; Hill St; Elm St; Nevada St; Raymond Plz W; E Park St; Fulton St; Lombardy St; Passaic Pl; Orchard St; Washington Park (Washington Pl); Essex St; Pearl St; James St; Kitchell St (Kitchell Pl); Cross St; Cottage St; Atlantic St; Treat Pl; Cedar St; Nutria St; Campbell St; W Park St; Warren Pl; Beach St; Muhammad Ali Blvd (Waverly Ave); Mulberry Pl; Lombardy Pl; Linden St; Lackawanna Ave; Library Ct; Beaver St; Cherry St; Federal Sq; Alling St; Camfield Ct; Chapel Ct; Lawrence St; New Jersey RR Ave (New Jersey Railroad Ave); Spring St; Campfield Pl; Garrabrant Pl; City Dock St; Keenes Ct; E Kinney Pl; Hockenjos Pl; Commerce Ct; Wilbur Aly; School House Aly.

Railroad features: Amtrak RR; Conrail RR.

Central Business District neighborhood detailed profile

Dayton neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.893 square miles

Population: 15,241

Population density:
Dayton:

17,060 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Dayton:

$30,822
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Dayton:

$278
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

6,518
Females:

8,709

Median age
Males:

37.1 years
Females:

37.4 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (4.0% of all units):
Dayton:

$297,691
Newark:

$298,921

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (39.3%); sales and office occupations (37.7%); service occupations (12.2%); business and financial operations occupations (6.7%); transportation occupations (2.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (38.5%); service occupations (30.2%); production occupations (19.0%); transportation occupations (5.7%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (3.0%); education, training, and library occupations (2.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 78.

Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 22; Frelinghuysen Ave (State Rte 27).

Roads and streets: Weequahic Park Dr; Dayton St; Elizabeth Ave; Empire St; Meeker Ave; Hanford St; Ross St; Ludlow St; Victoria St; Church Ter; Evergreen Ave; Foster St; Seth Boyden Ter; Whittier Pl; Emerson Pl; Dayton Ter; Wharton St; Van Vechten St.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Roads and streets: Sherman Ave.

Dayton neighborhood detailed profile

Fairmount neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.890 square miles

Population: 15,824

Population density:
Fairmount:

17,789 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Fairmount:

$33,213
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Fairmount:

$823
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

7,722
Females:

8,099

Median age
Males:

25.4 years
Females:

34.7 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (10.5% of all units):
Fairmount:

$248,694
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (12.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$218,501
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (26.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$316,239
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (37.6% of all units):
Fairmount:

$451,473
city:

$349,173

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (20.9%); transportation occupations (20.1%); service occupations (16.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (11.6%); production occupations (7.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.4%); community and social services occupations (2.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (32.5%); sales and office occupations (24.6%); education, training, and library occupations (9.4%); community and social services occupations (6.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.8%); transportation occupations (5.4%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 280.

Roads and streets: S 11th St; Rte 510 (S Orange Ave); S 9th St; Central Ave (Rte 508); S 8th St; S 12th St; 13th Ave; S 10th St; 12th Ave; 11th Ave; W Market St; S 7th St; S 18th St; S 19th St; S 20th St; Littleton Ave; 9th Ave; Sussex Ave; 2nd St; Gould Pl; 4th St; Dickerson St; S 6th St; 5th St; N 6th St; 3rd St; N 7th St; Whitney St; Cabinet St; Fairmount Ave; Speedway Ave; Rte 509 (Grove St); Roseville Ave; S 13th St; S 15th St; S 14th St; William Aly; Camden St; Gladstone Ave; Dassing Ave; Ferdinand St; Grain St; Myrtle Aly; Myrtle Ave; 14th Ave; Ruth St; Gould Ave; Eastern Pkwy; 21st St; Main St.

Fairmount neighborhood detailed profile

Forest Hill neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.808 square miles

Population: 17,803

Population density:
Forest Hill:

22,023 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Forest Hill:

$39,521
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Forest Hill:

$841
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

8,819
Females:

8,982

Median age
Males:

32.1 years
Females:

35.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (16.4% of all units):
Forest Hill:

$495,417
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (3.8% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$160,585
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (16.7% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$169,925
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (24.3% of all units):
Forest Hill:

$689,669
city:

$349,173

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (28.2% of all units):
Forest Hill:

$157,031
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (25.1%); service occupations (18.6%); production occupations (8.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.9%); transportation occupations (7.7%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.3%); material moving occupations (6.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (36.0%); service occupations (20.4%); education, training, and library occupations (11.1%); business and financial operations occupations (6.7%); community and social services occupations (5.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.4%); production occupations (4.0%)


Roads and streets: Highland Ave; Mount Prospect Ave (Mt Prospect Ave); Clifton Ave; Ridge St; Parker St; Summer Ave; Lake St; Woodside Ave; Grafton Ave; Montclair Ave; Verona Ave; Manchester Pl; Heller Pkwy; Elwood Ave E (Elwood Ave); Degraw Ave; Bellair Pl; Delavan Ave; Tiffany Blvd; Abington Ave E; 2nd Ave; Bloomfield Ave; Beaumont Pl; Berkeley Ave; Ballantine Pkwy; Coeyman St; Greenwood Lake St; Ruby Pl; Honiss Pl; Agate Pl; 3rd Ave; Arlington Ave; Treadwell St; Hemlock Pl.

Railroad features: Erie-Lackawanna RR.

Forest Hill neighborhood detailed profile

Lower Broadway neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.499 square miles

Population: 7,861

Population density:
Lower Broadway:

15,768 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Lower Broadway:

$38,497
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Lower Broadway:

$816
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

4,161
Females:

3,703

Median age
Males:

31.9 years
Females:

33.5 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (8.9% of all units):
Lower Broadway:

$154,831
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (20.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$137,693
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (21.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$417,205
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (27.6% of all units):
Lower Broadway:

$90,818
city:

$349,173

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (5.7% of all units):
Lower Broadway:

$355,968
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (18.6%); sales and office occupations (16.2%); service occupations (15.8%); production occupations (14.6%); material moving occupations (9.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.2%); transportation occupations (6.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (33.3%); sales and office occupations (25.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.3%); transportation occupations (7.2%); production occupations (6.7%); education, training, and library occupations (6.5%); community and social services occupations (3.7%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 280.

Highways in this neighborhood: State Rte 21 (McCarter Hwy).

Roads and streets: Broad St; Broadway; Mount Pleasant Ave; Passaic St; 4th Ave; 3rd Ave; Garside St; Summer Ave; Clay St; Kearney St; Oriental St; Clark St; Gouverneur St; Taylor St; 2nd Ave; Harvey St; Ogden St; Van Wagenen St; Spring St; Grant St; Rte 506 Spr; 8th Ave; Bloomfield Pl; Crittenden St; E Mill St; Oriental Pl; Mc Carter Hwy.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Lower Broadway neighborhood detailed profile

Lower Clinton Hill neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.322 square miles

Population: 4,455

Population density:
Lower Clinton Hill:

13,829 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Lower Clinton Hill:

$28,195
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Lower Clinton Hill:

$737
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

1,894
Females:

2,556

Median age
Males:

24.8 years
Females:

32.6 years

Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (9.6% of all units):
Lower Clinton Hill:

$203,032
Newark:

$298,921

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (35.6%); material moving occupations (17.7%); transportation occupations (16.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.6%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (8.3%); production occupations (6.7%); sales and office occupations (2.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (33.6%); sales and office occupations (31.5%); community and social services occupations (9.2%); transportation occupations (6.8%); business and financial operations occupations (6.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.4%); education, training, and library occupations (4.2%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 78.

Roads and streets: Ridgewood Ave; Badger Ave; Jelliff Ave; Peshine Ave; Hunterdon St; Irvine Turner Blvd (Belmont Ave); Hawthorne Ave; Clinton Ave; W Runyon St; Madison Ave; W Bigelow St; Elizabeth Ave; W Peddie St; Watson Ave; W Alpine St; Belmont Ter; Grant Ave; Marie Pl; Lawton St; Johnson Ave.

Lower Clinton Hill neighborhood detailed profile

Lower Roseville neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.507 square miles

Population: 13,695

Population density:
Lower Roseville:

26,992 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Lower Roseville:

$34,201
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Lower Roseville:

$825
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

5,906
Females:

7,777

Median age
Males:

26.7 years
Females:

31.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (9.5% of all units):
Lower Roseville:

$860,485
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (10.5% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$218,119
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (21.2% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$270,467
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (24.3% of all units):
Lower Roseville:

$451,473
city:

$349,173

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (27.8%); sales and office occupations (14.6%); transportation occupations (10.7%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (9.2%); production occupations (8.9%); material moving occupations (8.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.1%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (46.4%); service occupations (27.3%); production occupations (8.8%); education, training, and library occupations (4.8%); legal occupations (2.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (1.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (1.7%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 280.

Roads and streets: Orange St; 7th Ave; N 13th St; N 11th St; Roseville Ave; 6th Ave W; N 6th St; N 7th St; N 5th St; N 9th St; Park Ave; 4th Ave; 1st St; 4th St; N 12th St; Springdale Ave; 3rd St; 2nd St (N 2nd St); Gray St; W Market St; Gould Ave; S 14th St; N 14th St; Bathgate Pl; S 13th St; Humboldt St; S 12th St; Main St; S 11th St; Hedden Pl; Myrtle Ave; Ext.

Railroad features: Erie-Lackawanna RR; Conrail RR; Newark City Subway.

Lower Roseville neighborhood detailed profile

Lower Vailsburg neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.742 square miles

Population: 17,533

Population density:
Lower Vailsburg:

23,625 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Lower Vailsburg:

$44,750
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Lower Vailsburg:

$791
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

7,514
Females:

10,002

Median age
Males:

28.9 years
Females:

34.9 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (28.2% of all units):
Lower Vailsburg:

$238,102
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (3.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$275,406
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (20.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$189,085
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (30.9% of all units):
Lower Vailsburg:

$187,680
city:

$349,173

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (30.8%); transportation occupations (17.5%); sales and office occupations (12.1%); production occupations (5.5%); education, training, and library occupations (5.0%); material moving occupations (4.3%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (3.5%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (30.8%); sales and office occupations (29.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.9%); community and social services occupations (6.7%); education, training, and library occupations (5.3%); business and financial operations occupations (5.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.8%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: Garden State Pkwy.

Roads and streets: Sanford Ave; S Orange Ave (Rte 510); Stuyvesant Ave; Westend Ave (W End Ave); 18th Ave; Alexander St; Smith St; Vermont Ave; Isabella Ave; Oraton Pkwy; Underwood St; Columbia Ave; S Munn Ave; Schofield St; Abinger Pl; Sunset Ave; Carolina Ave; Pine Grove Ter; Grove Ter; Lindsley Ave; Brookdale Ave; Mead St; Plymouth St; Cedar Ave; Norwood St; Maybaum Ave; Tremont Ave; Chelsea Ave; Commonwealth Ave; Lenox St; Valley St; N Munn Ave; Ivy St; Telford St; Halsted St; Unity Ave; Mountainview Ave; Grand Ave; Cleveland Ave; S Devine St; Silver St; Salem St; Chapman St; Colleen St; Melrose Ave; Laurel Pl; Arsdale Pl; Valisburg Ter; Bayard Pl; Norwood Pl; Hillside Ter; Rockland Ter; Spencer St; Ricord St; Crescent Ct; Crown St; Mountainview Pl; Howell Pl; Mt Vernon Pl E; Oak St; Caldwell Pl; University Pl; Boylan St; 14th Ave; Whittlesey Ave; W Allen St; Rodwell Ave; Linden Ave; Palm St; 15th Ave; Local Road 1884.

Lower Vailsburg neighborhood detailed profile

North Broadway neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.683 square miles

Population: 11,100

Population density:
North Broadway:

16,257 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
North Broadway:

$37,412
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
North Broadway:

$835
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

5,726
Females:

5,376

Median age
Males:

33.2 years
Females:

36.2 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (9.5% of all units):
North Broadway:

$336,430
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (10.2% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$379,791
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (24.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$3,190,954
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (22.6% of all units):
North Broadway:

$1,819,099
city:

$349,173

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (3.1% of all units):
North Broadway:

$152,703
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (17.4%); service occupations (16.6%); sales and office occupations (13.7%); material moving occupations (13.7%); production occupations (9.3%); transportation occupations (9.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (37.6%); service occupations (24.4%); production occupations (9.6%); business and financial operations occupations (5.6%); transportation occupations (5.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.7%); education, training, and library occupations (4.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Rte 21 (McCarter Hwy).

Roads and streets: Broadway; Oraton St; Lincoln Ave; Verona Ave; Chester Ave E; Sylvan Ave; Delavan Ave; Riverside Ave; Grafton Ave; Hinsdale Pl; Wakeman Ave; Elwood Ave (Elwood Ave E); Seabury St; Summer Ave; Peabody Pl; Irving St; Summer Pl; Erie Pl; Nursery St; May St; Delavan Pl; Romaine Pl; Arlington Ave; Triton Ter; Carmella Ct; Carteret St; E Sylvan Ave; N End Ter; Riverside Ct; Woodside Aly; Woodside Pl; Triton Pl; Wilburton Pl; Herbert Pl.

Railroad features: Erie-Lackawanna RR; Conrail RR.

North Broadway neighborhood detailed profile

North Ironbound neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.641 square miles

Population: 36,020

Population density:
North Ironbound:

21,955 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
North Ironbound:

$42,405
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
North Ironbound:

$919
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

20,462
Females:

15,597

Median age
Males:

32.4 years
Females:

35.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (7.4% of all units):
North Ironbound:

$362,272
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (4.8% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$437,277
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (24.7% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$564,611
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (37.5% of all units):
North Ironbound:

$375,898
city:

$349,173

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (4.1% of all units):
North Ironbound:

$236,923
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (42.3%); service occupations (11.6%); sales and office occupations (10.6%); production occupations (9.7%); transportation occupations (6.3%); material moving occupations (5.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (42.9%); sales and office occupations (28.4%); production occupations (10.2%); education, training, and library occupations (4.0%); material moving occupations (3.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.0%); business and financial operations occupations (2.1%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 1 (US Hwy 9).

Roads and streets: Ferry St; Raymond Blvd; Market St; New York Ave; Chestnut St; Oliver St; Elm St; Lafayette St; Van Buren St; Walnut St; E Kinney St; Adams St; Jefferson St; Mc Whorter St; Wilson Ave; Niagara St; Warwick St; Magazine St; Fleming Ave; Komorn St; Kossuth St; Rome St; Saint Charles St; Brill St; Paris St; Jackson St; Madison St; Nichols St; Pulaski St; Monroe St; Christie St; Congress St; Gotthardt St; New Jersey RR Ave (New Jersey Railroad Ave); Malvern St; Prospect St; Union St; Polk St; Jabez St; Garrison St; Main St; Houston St; Hawkins St; Bruen St; Napoleon St; St Francis St; Ann St; Darcy St; Marne St; Barbara St; Pacific St; Lang St; Elm Rd; Garden St; Roanoke Ave (Roanoke Ct); Alyea St; Clover St; Somme St; Berlin St; Fillmore St; Wall St; Freeman St; Merchant St; Oxford St; Lexington St; Jersey St; Mott St; Downing St; Ferguson St; Green St; Chambers St; Paterson St; Richards St; George St; Horatio Ct; Hensler St; Horatio St; Mc Gregor Ave; Hamilton St; Providence St; Schalk St; Cortland St; Cortland Pl; Read St; Hanover St; Lister Ave; Dawson St; Hawkins Ct; Vincent St; Hennessey St; Raymond Plz E; Backus St; Edison Pl; Brinsmaid Pl; South St; Commerce St; Ave I; Prospect Right of Way; Vincent Ct; Denbigh St; Dodd Aly; Johnson St; Roanoke Ct; Merchant Pl; N J RR Ave.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

North Ironbound neighborhood detailed profile

Seventh Avenue neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.604 square miles

Population: 9,409

Population density:
Seventh Avenue:

15,573 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Seventh Avenue:

$35,656
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Seventh Avenue:

$795
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

4,628
Females:

4,780

Median age
Males:

28.1 years
Females:

33.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (3.8% of all units):
Seventh Avenue:

$476,652
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (13.4% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$218,119
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (19.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$270,467
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (19.2% of all units):
Seventh Avenue:

$451,473
city:

$349,173

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (24.6%); service occupations (17.3%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (11.6%); material moving occupations (11.5%); transportation occupations (10.8%); production occupations (6.0%); community and social services occupations (3.9%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (37.5%); sales and office occupations (27.7%); production occupations (5.5%); education, training, and library occupations (4.7%); transportation occupations (4.4%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (4.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.5%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 280.

Roads and streets: Park Ave; Orange St; Clifton Ave; 7th Ave; Garside St; Lackawanna Ave; Victoria Ave (6th Ave); Stone St; 8th Ave; Mount Prospect Ave (Mt Prospect Ave); Summer Ave; Cutler St; Crane St; Bloomfield Ave; Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd; Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd); Webster St; Ridge St; Parker St; State St; Sheffield Dr; Bright Ct; Nesbitt St; Ruggerio Plz; Colonnade Pl; Mahogany Ct; Wood St; Holiday Ct; Wicker Ct; Dillard Ct; Lake St; Cathedral Ct; Boyden St; Amity Pl.

Railroad features: Conrail RR; Newark City Subway.

Seventh Avenue neighborhood detailed profile

South Broad Street neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.783 square miles

Population: 12,667

Population density:
South Broad Street:

16,185 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
South Broad Street:

$28,676
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
South Broad Street:

$626
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

6,528
Females:

6,207

Median age
Males:

28.1 years
Females:

33.4 years

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (29.0% of all units):
South Broad Street:

$75,388
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (22.1%); service occupations (21.2%); sales and office occupations (13.8%); transportation occupations (11.2%); material moving occupations (8.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.5%); production occupations (3.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (41.3%); sales and office occupations (31.3%); education, training, and library occupations (6.8%); material moving occupations (5.0%); transportation occupations (4.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (3.0%); production occupations (2.8%)


Highways in this neighborhood: McCarter Hwy (State Rte 21); State Rte 27 (Frelinghuysen Ave).

Roads and streets: Sherman Ave; Broad St; Lincoln Park; Clinton Ave; Hillside Ave; Elizabeth Ave; Johnson Ave; Brunswick St; Pennsylvania Ave; Miller St; Milford Ave; Vanderpool St; Wright St; Poinier St; Astor St; Murray St; Emmett St; Parkhurst St; Thomas St; Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd; Orchard St; South St; W Alpine St; Branford St; Stanton St; Crawford St; Chestnut St; E Peddie St; Concord St; E Runyon St; Austin St; Earl St; E Alpine St; Hunter St; Clifton St; Pennington St; E Bigelow St; Tichenor St; Camp St; W Bigelow St; Mulberry St; Longworth St; W Peddie St; Spruce St; W Runyon St; Gillette Pl; Washington St (Bishop Parrott Plz); Governor St; Scott St; Tichener Ln; Oliver St; King St; Halsey St; Camp Pl; Marion Pl.

Railroad features: Amtrak RR; Conrail RR.

South Broad Street neighborhood detailed profile

South Ironbound neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.736 square miles

Population: 6,670

Population density:
South Ironbound:

9,058 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
South Ironbound:

$38,720
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
South Ironbound:

$920
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

3,208
Females:

4,403

Median age
Males:

30.9 years
Females:

32.2 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (8.1% of all units):
South Ironbound:

$362,272
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (6.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$450,572
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (26.1% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$568,722
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (30.7% of all units):
South Ironbound:

$375,898
city:

$349,173

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (5.3% of all units):
South Ironbound:

$453,108
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (47.2%); sales and office occupations (11.0%); transportation occupations (10.5%); service occupations (7.0%); production occupations (6.8%); material moving occupations (4.6%); legal occupations (3.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (35.4%); sales and office occupations (29.0%); production occupations (8.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.0%); education, training, and library occupations (6.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (4.8%); material moving occupations (2.1%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Rte 21 (McCarter Hwy).

Roads and streets: New Jersey Railroad Ave (New Jersey RR Ave); South St; Delancey St; Thomas St; Clifford St; Emmett St; Astor St; Miller St; Vanderpool St; Jefferson St; Pacific St; Wright St; Murray St; Ave C; Mulberry St; Adams St; Parkhurst St; Poinier St; Sumo Village Ct; Goble St; Hermon St; Tichenor St; Pennington St; Ave A; Johnson St; Rte 22; Tompkins Point Rd; Wheeler Point Rd; Vesey St; Malvern St; Calumet St; Ave B; Harper St; Pulaski St; Van Buren St; Avenue A Ave; Varnum St; Ferdon St; Lum Ln; Bay Ave; Tichenors Ln; Dawson St; Avenue B Ave.

Railroad features: Conrail RR; Amtrak RR.

South Ironbound neighborhood detailed profile

Springfield Belmont neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.772 square miles

Population: 13,570

Population density:
Springfield Belmont:

17,583 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Springfield Belmont:

$28,572
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Springfield Belmont:

$458
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

5,655
Females:

7,900

Median age
Males:

28.2 years
Females:

34.3 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (19.2% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$212,114
city:

$273,423

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (40.5% of all units):
Springfield Belmont:

$76,219
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (27.1%); service occupations (18.3%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (9.5%); transportation occupations (7.4%); business and financial operations occupations (5.7%); education, training, and library occupations (5.7%); material moving occupations (5.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (42.7%); sales and office occupations (28.5%); community and social services occupations (5.5%); education, training, and library occupations (5.4%); business and financial operations occupations (3.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.5%); transportation occupations (2.6%)


Roads and streets: Springfield Ave; W Kinney St; Muhamned Ali Blvd (Muhammad Ali Ave); Bergen St; Irvine Turner Blvd (Belmont Ave); Avon Ave; Prince St; Livingston St; Court St (Rev William O Watley Plz); Hunterdon St; Boyd St; Somerset St; Broome St; Quitman St; Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd); Spruce St; Montgomery St; 15th Ave; 17th Ave; 18th Ave; 14th Ave; Howard St (Arthur S Coles Sr Plz); Mercer St; Morris Ave; William St; Charlton St; Barclay St; Arlington St; Morton St; Lincoln St; Jelliff Ave; Rose St; Hayes St; Bruce St; Bedford St; Jones St; Shipman St; Dark Ln; Clarion Ln; Branford Pl; Rutgers Dr; 16th Ave; College Pl; Monmouth St; Sayre St; West St; Mercer Ct; Colgate Dr; New Fairview Ave; Seton Hall Dr; Baldwin St; Martha Ct.

Springfield Belmont neighborhood detailed profile

University Heights neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.712 square miles

Population: 11,585

Population density:
University Heights:

16,260 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
University Heights:

$31,707
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
University Heights:

$688
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

6,111
Females:

5,478

Median age
Males:

27.2 years
Females:

32.2 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (8.7% of all units):
University Heights:

$336,800
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (21.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$280,099
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (9.4% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$270,467
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (17.8% of all units):
University Heights:

$336,442
city:

$349,173

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (24.7%); service occupations (18.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (10.2%); education, training, and library occupations (8.8%); transportation occupations (8.2%); business and financial operations occupations (7.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (6.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (30.1%); service occupations (23.8%); education, training, and library occupations (12.5%); business and financial operations occupations (9.1%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.0%); community and social services occupations (6.3%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (4.7%)


Roads and streets: W Market St; Rte 508 (Central Ave); Sussex Ave; Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd); Norfolk St; Warren St; New St; Rte 510 (S Orange Ave); 13th Ave; Matthews Dr (Newark St); Summit St; Hartford St; James St; 1st St; Dickerson St; Hudson St; 12th Ave; Bergen St; Lock St; Raymond Blvd; Morris Ave; Cabinet St; Wickliffe St; Vaughan Dr; Richmond St; Churchman St (Academy St); Howard St; Wilsey St; Boston Ct; Duryea St; Jay St; Bond St; Colden St; Village Pl; Dey St; Boston St; Nuttman St; Krueger Ct; Nesbitt St; Hecker St; School St; Marrow St; Bleeker St; Hampden St; Searing St; Bruce St; Hoyt St; Callahan Ct; Perez Dr; Cossio Dr; Cornerstone Ln; Yancy Dr; Howard Ct; Ashby Ln; Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

Railroad features: Newark City Subway.

University Heights neighborhood detailed profile

Upper Clinton Hill neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.767 square miles

Population: 17,717

Population density:
Upper Clinton Hill:

23,100 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Upper Clinton Hill:

$36,675
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Upper Clinton Hill:

$854
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

8,440
Females:

9,271

Median age
Males:

29.0 years
Females:

34.3 years

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (21.2% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$288,368
Newark:

$358,400

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (21.0%); sales and office occupations (18.5%); transportation occupations (14.1%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.9%); production occupations (7.6%); material moving occupations (5.8%); education, training, and library occupations (5.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (42.3%); service occupations (28.9%); education, training, and library occupations (9.6%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (4.6%); production occupations (4.1%); business and financial operations occupations (2.7%); transportation occupations (2.4%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 78.

Roads and streets: Clinton Ave; Hawthorne Ave; Madison Ave; Fabyan Pl; Chadwick Ave; Seymour Ave; Bergen St; W Runyon St; Avon Ave; Leslie St; Clinton Pl; Nye Ave; Osborne Ter; Hedden Ter; S 19th St; S 18th St; Wainwright St; Tillinghast St; S 20th St; Girard Pl; Treacy Ave; Schley St; Homestead Park; Cypress St; Rose Ter; Baldwin Ave; Shanley Ave; Farley Ave; S 10th St; Ingraham Pl; Millington Ave; Dewey St (Sarah Vaughn Pl); Bragaw Ave; Beverly St; S 17th St; Voorhees St; Hobson St; S 16th St; Van Ness Pl; S 15th St; Nairn Pl; S 14th St; White Ter; S 13th St; Yates Ave; S 12th St; Demarest St; Vernon Ave; Montgomery Ave; S 11th St; Randolph Pl; W Bigelow St; Hopkins Pl; Wolcott Ter; Goodwin Ave; Leo Pl; Reeves Pl; Patten Pl; Huntington Ter; Schuyler Ave; Fessenden Pl; Fabyan Brg; Seymour Pl; Schuyler Pl; Hazel Pl; Lyons Ave; Motley Pl; Westervelt Pl; Stetcher St.

Upper Clinton Hill neighborhood detailed profile

Upper Roseville neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.549 square miles

Population: 12,925

Population density:
Upper Roseville:

23,548 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Upper Roseville:

$43,943
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Upper Roseville:

$897
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

6,607
Females:

6,318

Median age
Males:

33.9 years
Females:

33.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (14.3% of all units):
Upper Roseville:

$311,907
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (9.1% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$153,050
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (29.4% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$240,249
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (31.2% of all units):
Upper Roseville:

$394,396
city:

$349,173

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (17.5% of all units):
Upper Roseville:

$232,714
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (20.9%); transportation occupations (16.1%); sales and office occupations (13.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (13.2%); production occupations (9.8%); material moving occupations (7.6%); business and financial operations occupations (3.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (33.0%); sales and office occupations (28.0%); production occupations (13.2%); education, training, and library occupations (8.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.4%); material moving occupations (2.4%); business and financial operations occupations (2.3%)


Roads and streets: N 6th St; N 7th St; N 10th St; N 11th St; N 5th St; N 12th St; 1st Ave; 4th St; Bloomfield Ave; 2nd Ave; N 13th St; 3rd Ave W; 3rd St; Franklin Ave; N 9th St; Davenport Ave; Roseville Ave; Berkeley Ave; N 8th St; Peck Ave; Delavan Ave W; Abington Ave W; Abington Ave; N Linden Ave; Stephen Crane Plz; N Hawthorne Ln; 5th St; N Cedar Ln; Beardsley Ave; S Cedar Ln; S Linden Ave; Monteith Ave; S Hawthorne Ln; Ropes Pl; Heller Pkwy; Evergreen Ln; Belmont Ave; Rose Ave; Anthony St; N Pine Ln.

Railroad features: Newark City Subway; Erie-Lackawanna RR.

Upper Roseville neighborhood detailed profile

Upper Vailsburg neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.579 square miles

Population: 12,623

Population density:
Upper Vailsburg:

21,802 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Upper Vailsburg:

$64,564
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Upper Vailsburg:

$825
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

5,640
Females:

6,973

Median age
Males:

32.5 years
Females:

33.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (24.7% of all units):
Upper Vailsburg:

$252,946
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (3.7% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$636,910
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (14.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$251,579
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (34.5% of all units):
Upper Vailsburg:

$361,423
city:

$349,173

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (56.4% of all units):
Upper Vailsburg:

$88,964
Newark:

$310,400

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (17.9%); transportation occupations (13.2%); sales and office occupations (13.1%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (12.7%); production occupations (7.5%); education, training, and library occupations (5.4%); material moving occupations (5.2%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (37.9%); service occupations (26.3%); education, training, and library occupations (10.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (7.3%); community and social services occupations (5.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.9%); business and financial operations occupations (3.6%)


Roads and streets: Eastern Pkwy; Richelieu Ter; Mount Vernon Pl; Kerrigan Blvd; Ellery Ave; Norman Rd; Oakland Ter; Ivy St; Montrose St; Varsity Rd; Cliff St; Woodbine Ave; Cameron Rd; Putnam St; S Orange Ave (Rte 510); Sanford Pl; Tuxedo Pkwy; Midland Pl; Longfellow Ave; St Paul Ave; Monticello Ave; Richelieu Pl; Poe Ave; Hazelwood Ave; Vail St; Marion Ave; Milton Pl; Dover St; Reynolds Pl; Synott Pl; Abbotsford Ave; Marsac Pl; Sheldon Ter; Manor Dr; Lanark Ave; Netherwood Pl; Fortuna St; Varsity Ct; Cumberland St; Sinclair Ter; Helen Pl; Irvington Ave; Coolidge Rd.

Upper Vailsburg neighborhood detailed profile

Weequahic neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.027 square miles

Population: 22,136

Population density:
Weequahic:

21,564 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
Weequahic:

$43,799
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
Weequahic:

$791
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

9,739
Females:

12,379

Median age
Males:

34.5 years
Females:

37.1 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (20.4% of all units):
Weequahic:

$287,832
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (17.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$218,868
Newark:

$358,400

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (24.3%); sales and office occupations (20.5%); transportation occupations (12.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.0%); production occupations (6.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.3%); material moving occupations (6.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (35.5%); service occupations (24.0%); education, training, and library occupations (11.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.9%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.7%); community and social services occupations (4.4%); business and financial operations occupations (3.0%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: I- 78.

Roads and streets: Lyons Ave; Bergen St; Chancellor Ave; Keer Ave; Renner Ave; Clinton Pl; Lehigh Ave; Shephard Ave; Aldine St; Goldsmith Ave; Leslie St; Wainwright St; Weequahic Ave; Pomona Ave; Custer Ave (Don King Plz); Vassar Ave; Hobson St; Elizabeth Ave; Mapes Ave; Nye Ave; Parkview Ter; Scheerer Ave; Hansbury Ave; Schley St; Fabyan Pl; Osborne Ter; Schuyler Ave; Grumman Ave; Maple Ave; Huntington Ter; Hunterdon St; Eckert Ave; Meeker Ave; Goodwin Ave; Willoughby St; Dewey St; Watson Ave; Shaw Ave; Stengel Ave; St James Pl; Seymour Ave; Bock Ave; Summit Ave; Harding Ter; Chadwick Ave; Bragaw Ave; Field Pl; Bayview Ave; Porter Ave (Grover C Wilcox Plz); Irving Ave; Crescent Ave; Forest Pl; Peshine Ave; Van Velsor Pl; Edwin Pl; Wyndmoor Ave; Custer Pl; Badger Ave; Porter Pl; Mulford Pl; Ridgewood Ave; Maple Pl; Mapes Ter; Irvine Turner Blvd; Hawthorne Pl; Hillside Ave; Edmonds Pl; Mapes Pl; Johnson Ave.

Weequahic neighborhood detailed profile

West Side neighborhood in Newark statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.882 square miles

Population: 15,695

Population density:
West Side:

17,801 people per square mile
Newark:

11,582 people per square mile

Median household income in 2010:
West Side:

$35,024
Newark:

$34,816

Median rent in in 2010:
West Side:

$772
Newark:

$803

Male vs Females
Males:

6,389
Females:

9,285

Median age
Males:

28.3 years
Females:

33.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 (13.7% of all units):
West Side:

$292,654
Newark:

$298,921

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2010 (17.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$244,676
city:

$273,423

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2010 (28.2% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$255,259
Newark:

$358,400

Average estimated '10 value of housing units in 3-to-4-unit structures (25.8% of all units):
West Side:

$271,125
city:

$349,173

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (24.1%); service occupations (18.9%); transportation occupations (18.9%); material moving occupations (9.9%); production occupations (6.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (5.7%); arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (4.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (39.6%); service occupations (22.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (11.5%); education, training, and library occupations (7.3%); community and social services occupations (5.8%); production occupations (5.2%); business and financial operations occupations (2.5%)


Roads and streets: Springfield Ave; 18th Ave; 14th Ave; 16th Ave; 15th Ave; S 10th St; S 17th St; S 12th St; S 11th St; S 19th St; S 18th St; S 13th St; S 16th St; S 15th St; S 14th St; S 7th St; S 6th St; Fairmount Ave; Littleton Ave; Camden St; 19th Ave; Avon Ave; Rose St; S 20th St; S Orange Ave (Rte 510); Holland St; Woodland Ave; S 9th St; Pierce St; S 8th St; 20th St (S 20th St); Brenner St; Muhamned Ali Blvd (Muhammad Ali Ave); Kent St; Jacob St; Blum St; Magnolia St; Winans Ave; Peat St; 17th Ave; Rowley St; Kipp St; Gold St; Gareis St; Highland St; Rose Ter; Belgium St; Old New St; Rte 510.

West Side neighborhood detailed profile

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