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Old 08-07-2015, 03:28 PM
 
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Census Block Groups that are pluralistically more/predominately Black and have at least $100,000 in median household income: Census Block Group 010902-2 in Westchester County, New York

Census Block Group 011504-2 in Rockland County, New York

Census Block Group 406202-4 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 406202-1 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 412900-1 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 414100-4 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 414201-2 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 003300-3 in Westchester County, New York

Census Block Group 004400-1 in Westchester County, New York

Census Block Group 061200-2 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 061400-1 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 409900-5 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 404901-5 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 404901-2 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 409800-4 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 405100-5 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 030600-4 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 056800-2 in Queens County, New York
More: Census Block Group 407102-3 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 407102-2 in Nassau County, New York
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Old 08-12-2015, 08:38 PM
 
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Census Block Groups that are pluralistically more/predominately Black and have at least $100,000 in median household income: Census Block Group 010902-2 in Westchester County, New York

Census Block Group 011504-2 in Rockland County, New York

Census Block Group 406202-4 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 406202-1 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 412900-1 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 414100-4 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 414201-2 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 003300-3 in Westchester County, New York

Census Block Group 004400-1 in Westchester County, New York

Census Block Group 061200-2 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 061400-1 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 409900-5 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 404901-5 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 404901-2 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 409800-4 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 405100-5 in Nassau County, New York

Census Block Group 030600-4 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 056800-2 in Queens County, New York
More: Census Block Group 061601-3 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 042400-2 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 042400-3 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 063200-1 in Queens County, New York

Census Block Group 059400-2 in Queens County, New York

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Old 08-13-2015, 08:20 AM
 
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More and percentages may not always be predominate or pluralistically more Black, but will be at least 20% or more for the census tract. Census block groups within the census tract may have higher percentages. Median household incomes will be at least/about 50% higher than the national figure($53,046). Census Tract 011405 in Rockland County, New York

Census Tract 011301 in Rockland County, New York

Census Tract 011101 in Orange County, New York

Census Tract 011200 in Orange County, New York
Another census tract that fits the criteria above: Census Tract 044800 in Bronx County, New York
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Old 08-13-2015, 08:32 AM
 
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Here is an example in Deer Park of a census tract that just misses the criteria, but has a census block group that does meet the criteria: Census Tract 122801 in Suffolk County, New York

Census Block Group 122801-4 in Suffolk County, New York

You can find this in other census tracts like this as well, where the tract has a census block group that is more middle class than others within the tract.
Here is another example of this in this Mount Vernon census tract: Census Tract 002600 in Westchester County, New York

Census Block Group 002600-3 in Westchester County, New York

Or this census tract in the Bronx: Census Tract 045600 in Bronx County, New York

Census Block Group 045600-2 in Bronx County, New York

and a couple more in the Bronx: Census Tract 044400 in Bronx County, New York

Census Block Group 044400-3 in Bronx County, New York


Census Tract 041400 in Bronx County, New York

Census Block Group 041400-2 in Bronx County, New York

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Old 12-08-2015, 07:42 AM
 
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I don't know if it was mention in this thread, but Lakeview in Nassau County has the state's highest Black percentage for a CDP/municipality at 81% and a median household income of $103,000(09-13 census info). It has about 5600 people.

Also, the 11411 zip code, which covers the Cambria Heights neighborhood in SE Queens, has the highest Black percentage for a zip code at a 93.3% Black and it has a median household income of $81,390($83,696 for Black households, 08-12 census info).

So, the state's Blackest CDP/municipality and zip code are middle class in terms of median household income.
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Old 01-25-2016, 11:59 AM
 
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Just as an update, some of the median household income figures have been adjusted for 2010-2014 census figures, as the previous figures were from 2008-2012 census information.
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Old 02-05-2016, 08:19 PM
 
Location: Columbus, OH/Long Island, NY
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There appear to be some areas in Rockland and Westchester Counties that fit as well. Many, if not all of the census tracts posted seem to have pluralistically or predominately Black areas at least at the block level. There may be others with less than 20% Black in the census tract, but it seems like a good percentage to start from in order to find such areas in at least the smallest level.

I may do the same or something similar in the Upstate NY thread, but there are already census block groups that are around 10% Black and that have a median household income that may be viewed as at least lower middle class in that thread. There are some census tracts that would fit the same or similar criteria, adjusted for COL, that was used in this thread.

I will say that I found tracts in Hempstead, Roosevelt and Uniondale that were around or above $80,000, which kind of surprised me, given their reputations. I believe that Central Islip also had this.

There were other tracts that just missed the criteria one way or another as well in all of the NY counties outside of NYC.

Greenlawn had a tract that is 22% Black and a median HH income around $97,000, but there was a census block group within it that is 53-54% Black and had a median HH income at around $93,000. That census block group is in the South Huntington SD, according to the source.

So, there are such areas throughout the NY portion of the metro.
The black section of Greenlawn has a specific name, I can't remember it for the life of me. Something-park.

Also, the section of North Amityville near the pools (Copiague SD) is pretty well-off. Census Block Group 123202-1 in Suffolk County, New York

There's another section that cracks $100,000 median k. http://www.usa.com/NY1031233013.html
Wow, I never would've thought there were parts of N. Amity that were that wealthy!
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Old 02-05-2016, 08:27 PM
 
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The black section of Greenlawn has a specific name, I can't remember it for the life of me. Something-park.

Also, the section of North Amityville near the pools (Copiague SD) is pretty well-off. Census Block Group 123202-1 in Suffolk County, New York

There's another section that cracks $100,000 median k. Census Block Group 123301-3 in Suffolk County, New York
Wow, I never would've thought there were parts of N. Amity that were that wealthy!
This is why I post information like this, as it let's people know exactly what is going on and you can do what you want with the information from there.

Is that area of Greenlawn called Coral Park?

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