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Share of urban residents who are minorities in the U.S., by neighborhood type 2015

This statistic illustrates the share of urban residents who are minorities in the United States in 2015, by neighborhood type. In that year, 46.5 percent urban residents who lived in mixed-use districts, which include residential housing, retail areas, and major employment centers, were minorities.

Share of urban residents who are minorities in the United States in 2015, by neighborhood type*

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Release date

June 2018

Region

United States

Survey time period

2015

Special properties

50 largest metropolitan statistical areas

Supplementary notes

* The source defines neighborhood type in the following way:
Economic center: offers significant concentrations of employment and are often the urban cores of the cities in which they are located. Office buildings typically outnumber residential housing.
Emerging economic center: well-located but underutilized, they offer opportunities for ground-up development in what used to be single-family residential or low-density commercial land locations.
Mixed-use district: typically includes high-density housing and upscale retail areas situated near major employment cores.
High-end neighborhood: comprise in-town residential locations with high home values and apartment rents; conveniently located close to shops and restaurants. Characterized by single-family housing.
Stable neighborhood: historically working class neighborhoods with diverse housing types.
Challenged neighborhood: significantly lower home values and apartment rents, with aging infrastructure and minimal new development.

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