See how your neighborhood's income compares to the rest of the region.
Have you ever wondered how much your neighbors make and how that compares to other local communities? Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks uses census data to track the median income of neighborhoods, including the Greater Philadelphia area. The site breaks down both median household income and rent by census tract and allows users to submit specific addresses, so one can see what the median is for their neighborhood, at least according to government records. Using the site, we pulled the highest-median-income neighborhoods for comparison. Take a look at our list below, and explore the site for yourself here. Highest Median Income $138,603
Do you think different parts of Marple Newtown have different income levels? And how do the closest neighbors of Marple Newtown residents compare? Read on to find the answer.
Ever wonder how how different Marple Newtown neighborhoods are from each other? And is there an income disparity in different parts of town? Thanks to the efforts of the website, Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks, we have the answers to those questions. The site uses data compiled from the 2006-2010 American Community Survey to show median household income by census tract. The data shows that of Marple's four census tracts, the neighborhoods in the western portion of the township is wealthier. The ACS estimates for the western portion of Broomall are of a median household incomes of $86,719 to $89,457 whereas the corresponding figures in the east are from $70,505 to $72,200. The data shows that of Newtown Township's three census tracts, the …