What is Your Pine-Richland Neighborhood's Median Income?

'Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks' Map is color-coded to show you the median income for your neighborhood. The Pine-Richland area is coming up green and that's a good thing.

An interactive map at the Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks website offers a glimpse at median household incomes, by neighborhoods, in the Pine-Richland area—or anywhere in the country.

Take, for instance, the areas around Pine-Richland High School and Wexford Elementary. The median income is $145,668.

The numbers are compiled by census tract. The tract that includes Richland Elementary and Eden Hall Upper Elementary has a median income of $77,216. The Hance Elementary area's median is $91,663.

In comparison, the statewide middle-class income range is $44,750 and $54,425. The information for the map is obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2007-2011 American Community Survey.

To see what your neighborhood's median income is, click here for the "Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks" map. The author of the map is Christopher Persaud, an editorial research specialist with Bankrate.com


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Brian February 13, 2013 at 05:51 PM
You need to change the permissions of the doc to be read for everyone.
Cindy Cusic Micco February 13, 2013 at 06:04 PM
Not sure what you mean, but if you're having trouble getting to the Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks map just click on http://www.richblockspoorblocks.com/ Don't click on the map used as an image with the story. That's just a screenshot. Hope that helps! - Cindy
Cindy Cusic Micco February 14, 2013 at 02:27 PM
I just added this info this morning: The author of the map is Christopher Persaud, an editorial research specialist with Bankrate.com. Kudos to Christopher. It's a really cool map!
Cindy Cusic Micco February 14, 2013 at 03:43 PM
Well, Bill, I suppose that is one way to look at it. However, I don't think it's any secret that this is a high-income area. Besides, of all the burglary cases I've covered, none of them use maps.


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