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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.
POPULATION DATA


AGGREGATE INCOME

  1999 Aggregate Income 2009 Aggregate Income 2013 Aggregate Income
Center City Core $1,791 Million $2,193 Million $3,397 Million
Greater Center City $3,883 Million $4,887 Million $7,272 Million

The high concentration of housing in Center City contains over $2 billion in aggregate income in the Center City Core and close to $5 billion in the 8-zip code Greater Center City. Continued growth of the downtown is expected to yield continued high growth in aggregate income.

Source: Claritas

PER CAPITA INCOME

  2009 Median Per Capita Income 2014 Median Per Capita Income
Center City Core $47,253 $50,345
Greater Center City $33,484 $36,617

Source: Claritas

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

  2009 Avg. HH Income 2013 Avg HH Income
Center City Core $74,317 $105,007
Greater Center City $63,547 $82,452

Source: Claritas



Source: Claritas

For residential demographic numbers, Greater Center City is defined as the 8-zip code area including 19102, 19103, 19106, 19107, 19123, 19130, 19146, and 19147. Center City Core is defined as the 4-zip code area including 19102, 19103, 19106, and 19107. Extended Center City is defined as the 4-zip code area including 19147, 19148, 19123, and 19130.