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Apartment Dwellers

Apartment Building Distribution - 2000

The following map shows the dispersion of apartment buildings (buildings with 10 or more uints) in the area. Aparment dwellers have a unique set of needs compare to the average home owner. For example, apartment dwellers usually don't have a need for lawn care goods, but do have an interest space-saving goods. In the case of the map below, the dark green areas show where the highest percentage of apartment buildings existed in 1990. Sources: US Census Bureau and Synergos Technologies, Inc.


Rent Stats as of 2000 *
Other Metropolitan Areas
Washington Baltimore Hagerstown York
Count% Count%Count %Count%
Renter Occupied Units
Under 200
200 to 300
300 to 400
400 to 500
500 to 600
600 to 700
700 to 800
800 to 900
900 to 1,000
Over 1,000

Median
Average
147,122
13,312
5,521
7,632
18,270
22,972
19,604
14,588
10,510
7,714
22,661

$618
$695

9.05
3.75
5.19
12.42
15.61
13.32
9.92
7.14
5.24
15.40




1128,117
15,056
9,563
15,933
22,143
21,806
16,277
9,701
5,583
2,872
5,456

$498
$515

11.75
7.46
12.44
17.28
17.02
12.70
7.57
4.36
2.24
4.26




19,169
926
1,027
1,555
2,164
1,382
935
512
234
46
119

$441
$452

10.10
11.20
16.96
23.60
15.07
10.20
5.58
2.55
.50
1.30




18,567
852
810
1,618
2,135
1,604
758
330
98
62
127

$439
$446

9.95
9.45
18.89
24.92
18.72
8.85
3.85
1.14
.72
1.48





* All rents included - Single family, Duplex, Apartment, etc.
** Some columns do not total because bartered rents are not included.


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