Knowing how many residents in your area are locals and how many are out-of-towners can be beneficial for your business. ZIPCodeMaps.com takes a look at a New York Map for this week’s Map Monday.
WYNC’s Data News Team recently put together a map to show which areas of the Five Boroughs attract more out-of-towners—individuals who moved to New York City from other cities, states, or countries. They’ve compiled two maps using 5 years worth of demographic data.
Areas with large amounts of out-of-towners include Manhattan’s Financial District, the East Village, and Murray Hill. Not surprisingly, there are also clusters of out-of-towners around world-renowned New York colleges like NYU and Columbia.
On the other side of the coin, out-of-towners make up only four percent of the population in the other boroughs—Brooklyn, Staten Island, the Bronx, and Queens. Something rather striking about this data, as pointed out by theAtlanticCities.com writer Henry Grabar, is how much the “immigrant areas” of New York have changed. “The area once known as Little Italy has scarcely over one percent its population coming from abroad — lower SoHo has seven times that percentage.”
Knowing demographic trends within cities can help you make better decisions for your business. If you need to view information such as demographics, business listings, or consumer data for any state, county, city, or ZIP Code, contact ZIPCodeMaps.com. ZIPCodeMaps.com provides the most accurate, up-to-date maps of anywhere in the US, as well as high-quality mapping databases to help you make better business decisions.
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