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Neighborhoods:

Callowhill, Center City, Centre Park, College Heights, Glenside, Millmont, North Riverside, Oakbrook, Outlet District, Penn's Commons, Prince Historic District, Queen Anne Historic District, Southeast, Southside


Callowhill neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.751 square miles

Population: 7,289

Population density:
Callowhill (Callowhill Historic District):

9,703 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Callowhill (Callowhill Historic District):

$32,590
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Callowhill (Callowhill Historic District):

$561
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

3,837
Females:

3,452

Median age
Males:

32.7 years
Females:

34.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (6.9% of all units):
Callowhill (Callowhill Historic District):

$205,256
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (39.8% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$42,054
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2016 (11.4% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$174,400
Pennsylvania:

$160,838

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (14.4% of all units):
Callowhill (Callowhill Historic District):

$138,137
Pennsylvania:

$261,606

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (21.6%); production occupations (17.5%); sales and office occupations (16.0%); material moving occupations (14.9%); transportation occupations (7.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.1%); business and financial operations occupations (3.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (28.5%); service occupations (27.3%); production occupations (16.3%); material moving occupations (8.1%); business and financial operations occupations (5.2%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.9%); education, training, and library occupations (3.7%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 422 (W Shore Byp, US Hwy 222); Franklin St (US Hwy 422 Bus); US Hwy 222 Bus (Bingaman St); S 5th St (US Hwy 222 Bus); S 2nd St (US Hwy 422 Bus); US Hwy 422 Bus (Penn Ave); State Rte 183 (N Front St); US Hwy 222 Bus (5th St).

Roads and streets: Riverfront Dr; Penn St; Washington St; Chestnut St; Canal St; S 6th St; Cherry St; Court St; S 4th St; Spruce St; S 3rd St; Pearl St; Wood St; Carpenter St; S 7th St; Minor St; Laurel St; Pine St; Bell Aly; S Canal St; Strong Aly; S Front St; Willow St; Water St; Grape St; N 7th St; Plum St; 2nd St; New Canal St; Gem Aly; N 6th St; N 4th St; N 3rd St; N 2nd St; Budd Aly; Mifflin St; Goodharts Ct; Little Grape St; Kerper St; Gem St; Stephan's Ct; Little Willow St; River Oak Rd; Rose St; Thorn St; Madison Ave; Apple St; Church St; Reed St; W Washington St; Seward St; Pear St; Woodbine Ct; Schultz Ct; Seiverd's Ct; Haines Ct; Calls Ct.

Railroad features: Norfolk Southern Corporation; Conrail RR.

Other features: Schuylkill Riv; Wyomissing Crk.

Callowhill neighborhood detailed profile
Center City neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.381 square miles

Population: 5,435

Population density:
Center City (Downtown):

14,255 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Center City (Downtown):

$23,648
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Center City (Downtown):

$537
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

3,016
Females:

2,418

Median age
Males:

33.6 years
Females:

33.3 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (5.4% of all units):
Center City (Downtown):

$55,349
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (24.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$41,303
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (18.5%); production occupations (16.2%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (13.7%); material moving occupations (13.7%); sales and office occupations (13.4%); transportation occupations (6.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (35.6%); production occupations (22.6%); sales and office occupations (18.2%); material moving occupations (5.3%); education, training, and library occupations (4.8%); business and financial operations occupations (4.7%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (3.9%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Franklin St (US Hwy 422 Bus); US Hwy 222 Bus (5th St); State Rte 183 (N Front St); S 2nd St (US Hwy 422 Bus); S 5th St (US Hwy 222 Bus); State Rte 183 (Schuylkill Ave).

Roads and streets: Walnut St; Washington St; Penn St; Court St; Cherry St; Elm St; N 2nd St; N 6th St; N 8th St; River Oak Rd; Madison Ave; Church St; Reed St; Pear St; N 4th St; N 3rd St; Cedar St; Rose St; Thorn St; N 7th St; Poplar St; River Oak Dr; S Front St; S 8th St; S 3rd St; S 6th St; S 4th St; Nail Aly; Vine St; Jefferson St; Park St; Molino St; Dick St; Stone Aly; Peach St; Wood St; Apple St; Carpenter St; Lauer Ct; W Washington St; Pearl St; Fischer Ln.

Railroad features: Conrail RR; Norfolk Southern Corporation.

Center City neighborhood detailed profile
Centre Park neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.615 square miles

Population: 10,567

Population density:
Centre Park (Centre Park Historic District):

17,183 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Centre Park (Centre Park Historic District):

$29,769
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Centre Park (Centre Park Historic District):

$613
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

5,420
Females:

5,146

Median age
Males:

28.6 years
Females:

32.1 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (8.7% of all units):
Centre Park (Centre Park Historic District):

$127,334
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (54.3% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$72,567
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2016 (14.2% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$68,000
Pennsylvania:

$160,838

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (27.9%); material moving occupations (15.6%); service occupations (14.5%); sales and office occupations (12.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (6.0%); transportation occupations (5.6%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (5.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (42.1%); sales and office occupations (21.2%); production occupations (13.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.1%); material moving occupations (4.4%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.9%); business and financial operations occupations (3.2%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Rte 61 (Centre Ave); US Hwy 222 Bus (N 5th Street Hwy); US Hwy 222 Bus (5th St).

Roads and streets: Spring St; Greenwich St; Pear St; N 4th St; N 6th St; N 3rd St; N 2nd St; Oley St; Church St; Windsor St; Buttonwood St; Robeson St; Douglass St; N 8th St; Madison Ave; Elm St; Rose St; Nicolls St; Thorn St; Woodward St; Green Ter; Hudson St; Reed St; Poplar Ln; Beech St; Little Maple St; Ritters Ct; Green St; Green Ln; Richards St; Hewson St.

Railroad features: Conrail RR; Norfolk Southern Corporation.

Centre Park neighborhood detailed profile
College Heights neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.295 square miles

Population: 15,478

Population density:
College Heights:

11,956 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
College Heights:

$48,668
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
College Heights:

$732
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

7,754
Females:

7,724

Median age
Males:

30.4 years
Females:

34.3 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (18.6% of all units):
College Heights:

$159,996
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (60.7% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$100,435
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (25.3%); sales and office occupations (21.4%); material moving occupations (13.7%); service occupations (10.2%); transportation occupations (7.0%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (6.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (32.0%); service occupations (27.1%); production occupations (15.2%); education, training, and library occupations (6.7%); material moving occupations (4.2%); business and financial operations occupations (3.5%); management occupations (except farmers) (3.1%)


Roads and streets: Oak Ln; Hampden Blvd; N 11th St; N 13th St; Bern St; Rockland St; Lorraine Rd; Union St; Alsace Rd; Amity St; Pike St; Perry St; N 10th St; Exeter St; N 12th St; Moss St; Reservoir Rd; E Linden St; Richmond St; Locust St; Clover St; Rosemont Ave; Palm St; Marion St; Mulberry St; Hickory St; Warren St Byp; N 15th St; N 14th St; College Ave; Olive St; N 16th St; Kutztown Rd; Berks St; N Birch St; Elder St; N Mill St; Birch St; Mill St; Deer Path Rd; Fernwood St; N 18th St; N 17th St; City Line Ave; McKnights Gap Rd; Eisenhauer Dr; Deharts Ct; Skyline Dr; Wedge Ln.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Other features: Bernharts Crk.

College Heights neighborhood detailed profile
Glenside neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 2.303 square miles

Population: 12,020

Population density:
Glenside:

5,219 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Glenside:

$40,262
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Glenside:

$559
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

5,756
Females:

6,263

Median age
Males:

31.9 years
Females:

35.0 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (17.6% of all units):
Glenside:

$152,042
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (47.8% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$70,671
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (21.7% of all units):
Glenside:

$124,783
Pennsylvania:

$261,606

Average estimated value of mobile home in 2016 (2.0% of all units):
Glenside:

$34,240
Pennsylvania:

$63,841

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (18.2%); service occupations (14.6%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (14.4%); material moving occupations (9.7%); sales and office occupations (8.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.7%); transportation occupations (4.4%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (28.1%); service occupations (27.8%); production occupations (18.3%); material moving occupations (6.1%); education, training, and library occupations (4.0%); community and social services occupations (3.7%); business and financial operations occupations (3.6%)


Limited-access highways (interstate or state) in this neighborhood: Warren St Byp.

Highways in this neighborhood: Schuylkill Ave (State Rte 183); US Hwy 422 (US Hwy 222, W Shore Byp); State Rte 183 (Bernville Rd); US Hwy 222.

Roads and streets: River Rd; Lehigh St; Mercer St; Cartech Rd; Lackawanna St; N Front St; Chester St; Tulpehocken Rd; Columbia Ave; Luzerne St; Green Ln; Blair Ave; Berkley Rd; Carbon St; Butler St; Wayne St; Clarion St; Allegheny Ave; Golf Rd; Warren St; S Tulpehocken Rd; Miltimore St; Gordon St; N Tulpehocken Rd; Clinton St; Parliament Dr; Ave B; Ave A; W Douglass St; Monroe St; Berkshire Dr; Woodward Dr; W Windsor St; W Oley St; Mc Knight St; W Perry St; Eckert St; N 4th St; Tulpehocken St; Douglass St; N Wyomissing Blvd; George St; W Robeson St; W Spring St; Greenview Ave; W Cartech Rd; Lincoln St; Weiser St; Windsor St; Sunshine Rd; Eisenbrown St; Downing St; Greenwich St; Argonne Rd; Kissinger Ln; Darien St; Allison Rd; Colston St (Colston Ave); Denton St; Heather Ln; Snyder St; W Berton St; Oley St; Erie St; Ave D; Ave C; Tully Ln; N Park Rd; Pike St; Kathryn St; Kissinger Ln (Berkshire Blvd); Bridge St; Wendy Rd; Hollenbach St; Resh Ave; Eastman St; Ashton St; W Bern St; Elkton St; McKnight St; W Union St; Potter St; Eastman Rd; Lahoma Rd; Howard Pl; Baer St; W Amity St; W Exeter St; Poplar Rd.

Railroad features: Conrail RR; Norfolk Southern Corporation.

Other features: Schuylkill Riv; Tulpehocken Crk.

Other features: Montgomery St.

Glenside neighborhood detailed profile
Millmont neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.024 square miles

Population: 5,408

Population density:
Millmont:

5,281 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Millmont:

$34,345
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Millmont:

$657
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

2,385
Females:

3,022

Median age
Males:

31.1 years
Females:

32.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (21.0% of all units):
Millmont:

$209,995
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (47.1% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$48,401
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Most popular occupations of males: sales and office occupations (18.5%); service occupations (17.9%); production occupations (12.3%); material moving occupations (10.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (9.3%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.9%); transportation occupations (7.7%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (33.6%); service occupations (26.5%); education, training, and library occupations (7.6%); management occupations (except farmers) (6.2%); production occupations (4.8%); community and social services occupations (4.5%); material moving occupations (4.3%)


Highways in this neighborhood: W Shore Byp (US Hwy 422, US Hwy 222); Morgantown Rd (State Rte 10); E Lancaster Ave (US Hwy 222); US Hwy 222 Bus (Bingaman St).

Roads and streets: S 9th St; Arlington St; Crestmont St; Carroll St; Park Ave; Upland Ave; Summit Ave; Belvedere Ave; Bartlett St; Fern Ave; Grace St; Canal St; Gregg Ave; Noble St; Brookline St; Orrton Ave; Prospect Ave; Angelica St; Hazel St; Poplar Neck Rd; N Carroll St; Riverfront Dr; Pansy St; Woodbine St; Ivy St; S 4th St; S Canal St; Liggett Ave; N Angelica St; N Noble St; Meade St; N Grace St; Ellery St; Hawthorne St; N Arlington St; S 3rd St; Carpenter St; E Wyomissing Blvd; Goodharts Ct; Eberly St.

Railroad features: Conrail RR; Norfolk Southern Corporation; Norfolk Southern RR.

Other features: Schuylkill Riv.

Millmont neighborhood detailed profile
North Riverside neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.955 square miles

Population: 12,926

Population density:
North Riverside:

13,541 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
North Riverside:

$29,325
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
North Riverside:

$598
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

6,503
Females:

6,423

Median age
Males:

29.0 years
Females:

33.5 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (7.1% of all units):
North Riverside:

$123,395
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (66.4% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$125,516
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2016 (13.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$20,488
Pennsylvania:

$160,838

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (22.8%); service occupations (16.2%); material moving occupations (14.2%); sales and office occupations (13.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.9%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (6.0%); transportation occupations (4.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (34.0%); sales and office occupations (26.0%); production occupations (20.5%); community and social services occupations (3.1%); education, training, and library occupations (3.1%); material moving occupations (2.9%); business and financial operations occupations (2.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Rte 183 (N Front St); Schuylkill Ave (State Rte 183); W Shore Byp (US Hwy 222, US Hwy 422); US Hwy 422 Bus (Penn Ave); Centre Ave (State Rte 61).

Roads and streets: Pear St; N 3rd St; N 2nd St; River Rd; Mc Knight St; Miltimore St; Gordon St; W Douglass St; River Oak Rd; Thorn St; Weiser St; W Windsor St; W Buttonwood St; W Oley St; Tulpehocken St; W Greenwich St; Ritter St; Lincoln St; W Green St; Clinton St; W Spring St; W Robeson St; Walnut St; Penn St; Windsor St; Eisenbrown St; Washington St; Oley St; Spring St; Greenwich St; Douglass St; Eckert St; Buttonwood St; Robeson St; George St; Johnson St; McKnight St; River Oak Dr; Coventry Way; Jameson Pl; Court St; Elm St; Hudson St; Halifax Way; Speidel St; Schiller St; Beech St; W Elm St; Bridge St; Little Clinton St; Hollenbach St; Rosenthal St; Jefferson St; Lafayette St; Division St; Park St; W Huyett St; Stone Aly; Lauer Ct; W Washington St; Croydon Ter; Nottingham Ct; Wedgewood Ter; Fischer Ln; Sheffield Ct; N Wyomissing Blvd.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Other features: Schuylkill Riv.

North Riverside neighborhood detailed profile
Oakbrook neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.197 square miles

Population: 5,925

Population density:
Oakbrook:

4,948 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Oakbrook:

$36,637
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Oakbrook:

$569
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

2,547
Females:

3,377

Median age
Males:

34.4 years
Females:

36.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (26.2% of all units):
Oakbrook:

$141,255
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (42.0% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$89,693
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Average estimated '16 value of housing units in 5-or-more-unit structures (14.7% of all units):
Oakbrook:

$138,137
Pennsylvania:

$261,606

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (16.6%); sales and office occupations (13.6%); service occupations (12.3%); material moving occupations (11.6%); transportation occupations (9.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (8.2%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (5.0%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (27.4%); service occupations (27.3%); production occupations (9.5%); business and financial operations occupations (8.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (6.8%); education, training, and library occupations (6.7%); material moving occupations (5.6%)


Highways in this neighborhood: E Lancaster Ave (US Hwy 222); US Hwy 422 (W Shore Byp, US Hwy 222); US Hwy 222 Bus (Bingaman St).

Roads and streets: Liggett Ave; Gregg Ave; Pershing Blvd; E Wyomissing Blvd; Meade St; Scott St; N Kenhorst Blvd; Funston Ave; Brookline Plz; Rose Virginia Rd; McClellan St; Logan St; Mc Arthur Ave; Farr Rd; Joan Ter; Brookline St; Hancock Blvd; S Canal St; Sheridan St; Riverfront Dr; Margaret St; Clifton Ave; Gerry St; Newport Ave; Patton St; Summitchase Dr; Ridge Ave; Water St; Farr Pl; N Carroll St; Burnside Ave; Parkside Dr S; Canal St; 2nd St; Old Wyomissing Rd; Meadowlark Rd; Hanley Pl; Oriole Rd; N Angelica St; N Noble St; Sedgwick St; N Grace St; Angelica St; N Arlington St; Beverly Pl; March St; Spruce St; Allen Ave; Putnam Pl; Lilac Pl; Parkview Rd; Eli Ct; Nassau Ct; Cayuga Ct.

Railroad features: Conrail RR; Norfolk Southern Corporation.

Other features: Wyomissing Crk.

Oakbrook neighborhood detailed profile
Outlet District neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.554 square miles

Population: 13,570

Population density:
Outlet District (Outlet Area):

24,473 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Outlet District (Outlet Area):

$30,977
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Outlet District (Outlet Area):

$629
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

6,543
Females:

7,026

Median age
Males:

28.2 years
Females:

30.5 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (4.2% of all units):
Outlet District (Outlet Area):

$107,438
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (69.0% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$53,763
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (28.7%); sales and office occupations (16.8%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (12.7%); material moving occupations (12.5%); service occupations (12.2%); transportation occupations (4.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (3.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (32.5%); sales and office occupations (23.7%); production occupations (23.2%); material moving occupations (5.8%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (5.3%); education, training, and library occupations (3.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (1.8%)


Roads and streets: Greenwich St; Mulberry St; Locust St; Moss St; N 11th St; Oley St; N 9th St; N 10th St; N 12th St; Douglass St; Marion St; N 13th St; N 8th St; Windsor St; Robeson St; Spring St; Clover St; Deharts Ct; Birch St; Hampden Blvd; E Linden St; Market Pl; Hickory St; N Mill St; Mill St; Green St; Perry St; Windsor Ct; Little Cedar St; Cedar St; N 14th St; Oak Ln; Ecks Ct; Poplar Ln; Lance Pl; Saul's Ct; Alsace Rd; Heckman Ct; Dehart's Ct; Hampden Ct; Eck's Ct; Hewson St; Heckmans Ct.

Outlet District neighborhood detailed profile
Penn's Commons neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.796 square miles

Population: 16,541

Population density:
Penn's Commons (Penn's Commons Historic District):

20,783 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Penn's Commons (Penn's Commons Historic District):

$27,600
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Penn's Commons (Penn's Commons Historic District):

$539
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

8,591
Females:

7,950

Median age
Males:

29.9 years
Females:

32.4 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (5.5% of all units):
Penn's Commons (Penn's Commons Historic District):

$56,547
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (40.8% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$41,120
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (23.0%); material moving occupations (18.8%); service occupations (16.1%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (11.6%); sales and office occupations (9.5%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (7.8%); transportation occupations (5.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (32.8%); sales and office occupations (25.3%); production occupations (20.3%); material moving occupations (8.5%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (4.7%); education, training, and library occupations (2.0%); management occupations (except farmers) (1.9%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 422 Bus (Franklin St).

Roads and streets: Elm St; Walnut St; Chestnut St; Green St; Buttonwood St; Spruce St; Washington St; N 8th St; N 11th St; N 9th St; N 10th St; Moss St; Greenwich St; Mulberry St; Court St; Cedar St; Cherry St; Penn St; Clymer St; Perkiomen Ave; Locust St; E Linden St; N 14th St; Reed St; N 13th St; N 12th St; Birch St; S 9th St; S 10th St; S 11th St; S 8th St; Constitution Blvd; Poplar St; Bingaman St; N 7th St; Fehrs Ct; Saul's Ct; Weimer St; Orange St; Maple St; Heckmans Ct; Gilbert St; Peach St; Nail Aly; Hill Rd; S 12th St; Plum St; Wunder St; Ecks Ct; Lemon St; Mineral Spring Rd; Eckert Ave; Good St; Lombard St; Justice Ave; Ziebers Ct; Eck's Ct; Sauls Ct; Fishers Ct; Vine St; Chapel Ter; S 13th St; S 7th St; Little Wunder St; Fidelity St; Shearers Garden Dr; Hinnershitz St; Schmecks Ct; Mohns Ct; Master St; Molino St; Rummel's Ct; Dick St; Heckman Ct; Poplar Ln; Little Cherry St; Green Ln; Maitland St; Dumns Ct; Deem St; Hoffmans Ct; Geigers Ct; Palm Ct; Sandt St; Spring Garden St; Rummels Ct; Geiger's Ct.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Penn's Commons neighborhood detailed profile
Prince Historic District neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.123 square miles

Population: 2,156

Population density:
Prince Historic District (Prince):

17,596 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Prince Historic District (Prince):

$21,712
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Prince Historic District (Prince):

$594
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

1,071
Females:

1,084

Median age
Males:

32.3 years
Females:

27.2 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (7.1% of all units):
Prince Historic District (Prince):

$204,583
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (49.5% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$41,735
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (33.8%); sales and office occupations (13.3%); service occupations (11.6%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (10.5%); material moving occupations (10.5%); transportation occupations (7.4%); business and financial operations occupations (6.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (39.6%); service occupations (24.7%); production occupations (12.6%); material moving occupations (7.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (7.1%); community and social services occupations (3.1%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (2.5%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Franklin St (US Hwy 422 Bus).

Roads and streets: S 6th St; S 7th St; Minor St; Bell Aly; Strong Aly; Plum St; Bingaman St; Laurel St; Willow St; Spruce St; Canal St; Chestnut St; New Canal St; Pine St; Gem Aly; Cherry St; Gem St; Stephan's Ct; Little Willow St; Schultz Ct; Haines Ct.

Railroad features: Norfolk Southern Corporation.

Prince Historic District neighborhood detailed profile
Queen Anne Historic District neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 0.330 square miles

Population: 6,470

Population density:
Queen Anne Historic District (Queen Anne):

19,596 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Queen Anne Historic District (Queen Anne):

$32,115
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Queen Anne Historic District (Queen Anne):

$626
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

3,243
Females:

3,227

Median age
Males:

30.5 years
Females:

31.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (6.8% of all units):
Queen Anne Historic District (Queen Anne):

$128,095
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (56.0% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$85,423
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Average estimated value of housing units in 2-unit structures in 2016 (11.9% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$20,855
Pennsylvania:

$160,838

Most popular occupations of males: production occupations (30.4%); service occupations (16.8%); material moving occupations (14.7%); sales and office occupations (9.4%); transportation occupations (6.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (4.6%); farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (4.3%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (44.7%); sales and office occupations (22.4%); production occupations (10.8%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (5.3%); material moving occupations (4.4%); business and financial operations occupations (3.7%); education, training, and library occupations (3.0%)


Highways in this neighborhood: State Rte 61 (Centre Ave); US Hwy 222 Bus (N 5th Street Hwy); 5th St (US Hwy 222 Bus).

Roads and streets: N 4th St; N 3rd St; N 2nd St; N 6th St; Greenwich St; Spring St; Douglass St; Windsor St; Oley St; Church St; Madison Ave; Buttonwood St; Rose St; Thorn St; Woodward St; Green Ter; Robeson St; Little Maple St; Beech St; Hudson St; Ritters Ct.

Railroad features: Conrail RR.

Queen Anne Historic District neighborhood detailed profile
Southeast neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.122 square miles

Population: 8,537

Population density:
Southeast:

7,610 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Southeast:

$44,238
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Southeast:

$616
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

3,967
Females:

4,569

Median age
Males:

33.0 years
Females:

36.8 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (13.0% of all units):
Southeast:

$131,475
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (60.0% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$65,221
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (21.8%); production occupations (20.8%); sales and office occupations (13.8%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (9.6%); material moving occupations (9.3%); transportation occupations (5.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (5.6%)

Most popular occupations of females: service occupations (33.6%); sales and office occupations (31.9%); production occupations (11.8%); business and financial operations occupations (5.0%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (3.8%); management occupations (except farmers) (2.6%); education, training, and library occupations (2.4%)


Highways in this neighborhood: Perkiomen Ave (US Hwy 422 Bus).

Roads and streets: Woodvale Ave; Fairview Ave; Highland Ave; Highland St; Cotton St; Mineral Spring Rd; Grandview Ave; Fairview St; Muhlenberg St; Cumberland Ave; S 19th St; S 18th St; S 17th St; Howard Blvd; Grant St; Eckert Ave; S 16th St; Neversink Rd; Haak St; Laurel Ln; S 13th St; S 15th St; Filbert Ave; S 17 1/2 St; S 14th St; S 20th St; Spruce St; S 15 1/2 St; S 22nd St; S 16 1/2 St; Butter Ln; Hollywood Ct; S 14 1/2 St; Chapel Ter; Clymer St; Glen Rd; Forest St; S 18 1/2 St; S 23rd St; S 21st St; Endlich Ave; Diamond St; N 25th St; Fern St; Good St; N 27th St; Klein Ave; Dengler St; Cemetery Ln; Miller St; N 24th St; N 23rd St; Kenney St; South St; S 24th St; Pennwyn Ter; S 26th St; Beaver St; Hollywood Ave; Weimer St; Glenn Rd; Chestnut St; Roselawn Ct; N 22nd St; Over Glen Rd; Glen Ter; Hoskins Pl; 25th St; Center St; S 27th St; Printz St; Heine Ave; S 25th St; Hessian Rd; Brighton Ave; Laurel St; Rehr St; Heine St; Beech St; Fehrs Ct; Gregory St; Earl Gables Ct; Chestnut Ave.

Other features: Neversink Mountain Rd; Mountain Top Rd.

Other features: Rose Valley Crk.

Southeast neighborhood detailed profile
Southside neighborhood in Reading statistics: (Find on map)

Area: 1.486 square miles

Population: 10,564

Population density:
Southside:

7,111 people per square mile
Reading:

8,919 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:
Southside:

$31,401
Reading:

$25,865

Median rent in in 2016:
Southside:

$572
Reading:

$619

Male vs Females
Males:

5,111
Females:

5,452

Median age
Males:

31.5 years
Females:

33.6 years

Housing prices:
Average estimated value of detached houses in 2016 (9.5% of all units):
Southside:

$189,064
Pennsylvania:

$238,147

Average estimated value of townhouses or other attached units in 2016 (59.6% of all units):
This neighborhood:

$40,246
Pennsylvania:

$174,860

Most popular occupations of males: service occupations (21.3%); production occupations (19.3%); sales and office occupations (13.3%); material moving occupations (12.4%); construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations (10.4%); transportation occupations (8.9%); management occupations (except farmers) (2.8%)

Most popular occupations of females: sales and office occupations (35.4%); service occupations (27.7%); production occupations (15.2%); healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (4.7%); management occupations (except farmers) (4.0%); education, training, and library occupations (2.9%); material moving occupations (2.0%)


Highways in this neighborhood: US Hwy 422 (W Shore Byp); Perkiomen Ave (US Hwy 422 Bus).

Roads and streets: S 9th St; Muhlenberg St; Chestnut St; Spruce St; Cotton St; Loeper Ln; South St; S 7th St; Bingaman St; Minor St; Culvert St; S 13th St; Wunder St; S 11th St; Maple St; S 10th St; Bell Aly; S 12th St; Clymer St; Laurel St; Strong Aly; S 14th St; S 15th St; Whitehouse Rd; Fehrs Ct; Orange St; Woodvale Ave; Neversink St; Weimer St; Fairview St; Spring Garden St; Poplar Neck Rd; S 14 1/2 St; Chapel Ter; S 8th St; Mineral Spring Rd; Lemon St; Eckert Ave; Good St; E Laurel St; Neversink Aly; Gilson Aly; Miller St; Kenney St; Plum St; Beaver St; Pine St; Willow St; Highland St; Shearers Garden Dr; Columbus Cir; Mohns Ct; Master St; Peach St; Canal St; Stephan's Ct; Little Willow St; New Canal St; Wool Aly; Benners Ct; Maitland St; Mc Ilvain St; Deem St; Schultz Ct; Haines Ct.

Railroad features: Conrail RR; Norfolk Southern RR; Norfolk Southern Corporation.

Southside neighborhood detailed profile
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