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U.s. Census

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under U.s. Census, from most recent to least.

DC Added Second-Most Housing Units Per Square Mile in the Past Decade

DC Added Second-Most Housing Units Per Square Mile in the Past Decade

Nena Perry-Brown | August 18th 2021

The counties with more housing construction per square mile were all in the New York metro area. ... read »

The Section of DC That Saw the Largest Population Boom Over the Last Decade

The Section of DC That Saw the Largest Population Boom Over the Last Decade

Nena Perry-Brown | August 12th 2021

Hint: It also happens to be the largest ward and, unsurprisingly, contains some of the neighborhoods that have experienced the most construction in... read »

Not Quite 690,000 Residents: DC’s Latest Population Estimate

Not Quite 690,000 Residents: DC’s Latest Population Estimate

Nena Perry-Brown | April 26th 2021

The number is far lower than last year's estimated population of 712,816. ... read »

DC Added an Estimated 7,000 Residents in 2020

DC Added an Estimated 7,000 Residents in 2020

Nena Perry-Brown | January 4th 2021

Per Census projections, there were nearly 713,000 DC residents last year. ... read »

Are Millennials Leaving DC?

Are Millennials Leaving DC?

Nena Perry-Brown | September 26th 2019

New population data shows that while older millennials are DC's largest demographic group, younger millennials are growing more scarce. ... read »

How Where You Live in DC Affects Your Upward Mobility

How Where You Live in DC Affects Your Upward Mobility

Nena Perry-Brown | October 4th 2018

A recently released study of Census Bureau data maps where upward mobility is most likely to be enjoyed by a child born into various circumstances. ... read »

Whether Moving Out or In, DC Residents Are Staying Close

Whether Moving Out or In, DC Residents Are Staying Close

Shilpi Paul | November 16th 2011

Regardless of if they are moving out or coming in, District residents are staying close to the city, according to reports released by Trulia and The... 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 »

Census Data Verifies DC’s Pull For Twenty and Thirty-Somethings

Census Data Verifies DC’s Pull For Twenty and Thirty-Somethings

Shilpi Paul | October 27th 2011 | 1 Comment

New York City and San Francisco have traditionally been the cities that come to mind when people think of places where young adults flock in their... read »

Trulia: Census Data Reveals Low Residential Vacancy in DC

Trulia: Census Data Reveals Low Residential Vacancy in DC

Shilpi Paul | October 12th 2011 | 1 Comment

DC has the ninth lowest residential vacancy rate among U.S. metropolitan areas, according to a report recently released by Trulia. At 5.5 percent,... read »

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