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Demographics

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Demographics, from most recent to least.

How DC Demographics Have Changed Over the Past Decade

How DC Demographics Have Changed Over the Past Decade

Lark Turner | February 24th 2015

In 20001 — including portions of Shaw, LeDroit Park and Bloomingdale — the share of childless singles rose 20 percent while the share of singles with... read »

DC Remains A City of Singles

DC Remains A City of Singles

Lark Turner | February 18th 2015

A study from the Office of Revenue Analysis looked at the connections between marital status and neighborhood in the District. ... read »

Study: New Parents are More Likely to Leave DC

Study: New Parents are More Likely to Leave DC

Lark Turner | January 16th 2015 | 1 Comment

A new study found that parents living nearest downtown were most likely to move after having a child. ... read »

The District’s Dividing Line

The District’s Dividing Line

Lark Turner | June 18th 2014 | 1 Comment

A graphic shows a stark east-west divide in the DC area, while the city center has gotten a lot wealthier over the last two decades. ... read »

Rentals Grab Biggest Share of New Construction in Decades (and Maybe Ever)

Rentals Grab Biggest Share of New Construction in Decades (and Maybe Ever)

Lark Turner | March 10th 2014

About a third of the new homes built in 2013 were multifamily rental buildings, according to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal. ... read »

The Changing Face of Housing in DC

The Changing Face of Housing in DC

Shilpi Paul | June 11th 2012 | 5 Comments

This past Friday, Housing Complex reported on some revealing graphs, charts and maps from the Office of Planning that visualize housing and... read »

Shaw, Karachi and an Uncomfortable Truth

Shaw, Karachi and an Uncomfortable Truth

Shilpi Paul | December 15th 2011 | 2 Comments

How can a city manage diverse incomes, races and ethnicities? UrbanTurf takes a look at a number of different approaches. ... read »

More Single Moms Now Renting, Census Data Reveals

More Single Moms Now Renting, Census Data Reveals

Shilpi Paul | November 3rd 2011

Apartment developers may want to consider switching out swinging rooftop lounges for swing sets. Single moms are now the fastest growing group of... read »

Report Shows that DC’s Suburbs are Getting Poorer

Report Shows that DC’s Suburbs are Getting Poorer

Will Smith | January 20th 2010 | 4 Comments

Suburbs across America are getting poorer, according to a report published today by The Brookings Institution. What does that mean for Prince William... read »

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