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Austin map! Where newcomers tend to settle downAustin map! Where newcomers tend to settle downhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=153742016-12-06T06:00:00Z2016-12-07T00:50:00Z

​​​​​​​​AUSTIN – If you ever bump into a resident who lives near The Domain, there's a pretty good chance that person has not lived there long.​

The Austin Business Journal has produced an interactive​ map showing the proportion of households occupied by residents who have moved in since 2010. ​

According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, in the Census block group centered on the intersection of Burnet Rd. and Braker Lane—home to The Domain shopping center and mixed-used development—nearly 81 percent of the 1,179 households there have residents who moved in since 2010. 

Among Austin-area Census Blocks, that's the highest proportion of new residents in the region.

Across the region, 35 percent of Austinites have moved into their residences since 2010. 

To put it another way: more than one third of Austin's 673,900 households have been occupied by their current residents since 2010. ​

Here are facts on a couple of robust locations:

The Domain:
Percent of households moved into since 2010: 80.75%
Estimate; Total households: 1,179
Estimate; Owner occupied: 0
Estimate; Owner occupied: Moved in 2010 or later: 0
Estimate; Renter occupied: 1,179
Estimate; Renter occupied: Moved in 2010 or later: 952
Total households moved into since 2010: 952

Pleasant Valley:
Percent of households moved into since 2010: 74.90%
Estimate; Total households: 1,311
Estimate; Owner occupied: 117
Estimate; Owner occupied: Moved in 2010 or later: 22
Estimate; Renter occupied: 1,194
Estimate; Renter occupied: Moved in 2010 or later: 960
Total households moved into since 2010: 982
Austin Business Journal
Austin-Round Rock
Housing
http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/news/2016/11/24/map-shows-where-newcomers-tend-to-settle-downin.html

​Want ​more info like this? See Austin Demographic & Population Research.

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