Drive through Redmond, and you will notice that some neighborhoods are more affluent than others. But just how wide is the disparity between different parts of town?
A new data-based website, Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks provides some answers to that question. The site uses U.S. census information compiled from the 2007-2011 American Community Survey to show median household income and monthly rents by census tract.
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The data show that the median household income in Redmond ranges from $75,577 to $148,000 with the upper incomes in the northern part of the city.
The statewide middle-class range is listed as $52,508 to $64,322.
Median monthly rents range from $929 in part of Education Hill to $1,611 in the north.
To see the data mapped out and check out more Puget Sound-area neighborhoods, visit the Rich Block, Poor Blocks website.