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97
Number of Businesses
490
Number of Employees
0.14:1
Employees/Residential Population Ratio
  • 6th most populous neighborhood in Pittsburgh
  • 6th highest % increase in home values in previous decade
  • Scenic views and Duquesne and Monongahela Inclines help create a regional destination
  • Food Services & Drinking Places
  • Clothing & Clothing Accessories
  • Food Stores

Profile 2018

Marketplace Profile

Marketplace Profile**: 2 Minute Drive Time Retail Potential (Demand) Retail Sales (Supply) Retail Gap  Leakage/ Surplus Factor Number of Business
Motor Vehicle & Parts Dealers $12,208,859   $869,632   $11,339,227   86.7   1
Furniture & Home Furnishing Stores $2,018,004   $0 $2,018,004   100.0 0
Electronics and Appliance Stores $1,953,337   $0 $1,953,337   100.0 0
Building Materials, Garden Equip. & Supply Stores $3,022,078   $0 $3,022,078   100.0 0
Food and Beverage Stores $10,970,118   $3,709,102   $7,261,016   49.5   3
Health and Personal Care Stores $3,422,469   $2,377,555   $1,044,914   18.0   2
Gasoline Stations $5,948,821   $3,245,307   $2,703,514   29.4   1
Clothing & Clothing Accessories Stores $3,342,687   $0 $3,342,687   100.0 0
Sporting Goods / Hobby / Music / Book Stores $1,719,624   $497,734   $1,221,890   55.1   1
General Merchandise Stores $8,801,271   $695,156 $8,106,115   85.4   1
Nonstore Retailers $1,155,936   $0 $1,155,936   100.0 0
Food Services & Drinking Places $6,183,821   $5,930,909   $252,912   2.1   16

**Supply (retail sales) estimates sales to consumers by establishments. Sales to businesses are excluded. Demand (retail potential) estimates the expected amount spent by consumers at retail establishments. The Leakage/Surplus Factor measures the relationship between supply and demand that ranges from +100 (total leakage) to -100 (total surplus). A positive value represents 'leakage' of retail opportunity outside the trade area. A negative value represents a surplus of retail sales, a market where customers are drawn in from outside the trade area. The Retail Gap represents the difference between Retail Potential and Retail Sales. The NAICS is used to classify businesses by their primary type of economic activity.

Demographic Data

Demographic Data: 2 Minute Drive Time 2010 2018 2023 (Projected)
Population 3,401   3,419   3,415  
Households 1,841   1,853   1,854  
Median Age 33.2   34.4 36.3  
Median Age: % 0-9 5.8%   5.4% 5.5%  
Median Age: % 10-14 2.6%   2.6%   2.7%  
Median Age: % 15-24 19.7%   17.1%   15.2%  
Median Age: % 25-34 24.7% 25.8% 25.7%
Median Age: % 35-44  8.7%   8.6%   9.7%  
Median Age: % 45-54 12.1%   10.2%   9.4%  
Median Age: % 55-64 10.2% 11.2% 11.0%  
Median Age: % 65+ 16.1%   19.0%   22.5%  
Median Household Income *** $50,420   $54,364  
Average Household Income *** $73,718   $80,616  
Per Capita Income *** $40,078   $43,856  
Total Housing Units 2,141   2,151   2,151  
Total Housing Units: % Owner Occupied Units  33.5% 30.6%   31.3%  
Total Housing Units: % Renter Occupied Units 52.5% 55.5%   54.9%  
Total Housing Units: % Vacant Housing Units 14.0% 13.9%   13.8%  
Median Home Value *** $124,351   $165,404  

Housing Data

  • 30.6% Owner Occupied
  • 55.5% Rental
  • 13.9% Vacant
$124,351
Median Home Value

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