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DEMOGRAPHICS

"There's tremendous opportunity. Any business would be profitable here. The demographics are perfect. Everyone has a different customer but the people that are here the ages range everywhere."

Vera Taylor
Director of Stores, South Moon Under





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The proof is in the numbers. Philadelphia boasts an impressive array of statistics that paint the picture of a very savvy, sophisticated and affluent customer base.
RETAIL DATA

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  Radius from City Hall
 
5-minute walk
(1/4 mile)
15-minute walk
(1/2 mile)
30-minute walk
(1 mile)
Job Market
Office, Education & Healthcare Workers
55,781
120,976
178,344
Other Workers
45,643
53,672
73,154
Total Workers
101,424
174,648
251,498
 
Residential Market
Owners
3,711
11,267
38,329
Renters
11,998
26,298
64,267
Population
15,709
37,565
102,596
 
Visitor Market
Hotel Rooms
5,034
8,921
10,257
Overnight Visitors
1,346,822
2,386,769
2,744,209
 
Dollars of Demand for Shoppers' Goods
Office Workers
$59,350,984
$128,718,464
$189,758,016
Other Workers
$24,145,147
$28,392,488
$38,698,466
Residents
$30,161,280
$72,124,900
$196,984,320
Overnight Visitors
$180,474,085
$319,827,039
$367,724,015
Total
$296,131,496
$549,062,791
$793,164,817

Source: CCD

Job Market Source: OnTheMap, Local Employment Dynamics Partnership, U.S. Census Bureau; Residential Market Source: American Community Survey 2006-2010 5-year Estimates, U.S. Census Bureau; Visitor Market Source: Greater Philadelphia Tourism & Marketing Corporation.

Dollars of demand for each market segment are CCD calculations based on retail industry standards.