Share of urban heads of household under 35 in the U.S., by neighborhood type 2015

This statistic illustrates the share of urban heads of household under 35-years-old in the United States in 2015, by neighborhood type. In that year, 35.4 percent urban households in mixed-use districts, which include residential housing, retail areas, and major employment centers, were headed by someone under 35-years-old.

Share of urban heads of household under 35-years-old in the United States in 2015, by neighborhood type*

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Release date

June 2018


United States

Survey time period


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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