Based off of the U.S. Census, here are some Staten Island statistics that relate to the Staten Island real estate market.
Area with the most multi-family housing:
The 10301 Zip Code has the most multi-family housing, including developments along the St. George and Stapleton waterfront. Only 10 percent of the homes in 10301 are single-family, detached, owner-occupied homes.
The borough's most diverse neighborhoods:
Some of the borough's most diverse neighborhoods are found in the 10304 Zip Code. More than a quarter of the residents in Stapleton, Clifton, Concord and Rosebank speak a language other than English at home, with Spanish, Italian, Chinese and Russian topping the list.
Area with the largest number of single-family homes:
The most one-family, owner-occupied homes can be found in the 10312 Zip Code. At least 80 percent of the housing in neighborhoods such as Eltingville, Annadale, Huguenot, Prince's Bay and Arden Heights are single-family detached or duplex.
Staten Island had the smallest rate of population growth in the five boroughs. The borough added only 1,257 new residents in the last year, amounting to a .25 percent growth rate, for a total population of 475,124.
Population of the borough by Zip Code:
Originally posted in Staten Island Advance on April 24, 2016