Sample Radius Report

Sample Radius Report for 1, 3, And 5 Miles Around 900 E 11th St, Austin, TX 78702

Map of 1, 3, and 5 miles around 900 E 11th St, Austin, TX 78702

Demographics

Population

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Population 15,086 158,264 319,157
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B01003

Race & Ethnicity

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population 15,086 158,264 319,157
White 7,700 51% 84,914 54% 157,184 49%
Black 1,619 11% 11,826 7% 27,555 9%
American Indian 10 0% 316 0% 496 0%
Asian 763 5% 9,705 6% 14,161 4%
Pacific Islander 18 0% 73 0% 198 0%
Other race 26 0% 386 0% 684 0%
Two or more races 392 3% 3,417 2% 6,431 2%
Hispanic 4,558 30% 47,627 30% 112,448 35%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B03002

Age Breakdown

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population 15,086 158,264 319,157
9 & under 965 6% 13,995 9% 36,555 11%
10 to 19 2,261 15% 19,581 12% 36,892 12%
20 to 29 4,178 28% 53,503 34% 86,368 27%
30 to 39 2,698 18% 27,257 17% 57,663 18%
40 to 49 1,892 13% 16,667 11% 36,524 11%
50 to 59 1,399 9% 12,737 8% 30,243 9%
60 to 69 1,040 7% 8,996 6% 20,936 7%
70 & over 652 4% 5,528 3% 13,976 4%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B01001

Age by Gender Breakdown

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population 15,086 158,264 319,157
Total Male 7,985 53% 80,087 51% 161,768 51%
Male - 9 & under 520 3% 7,125 5% 18,681 6%
Male - 10 to 19 1,050 7% 8,901 6% 17,531 5%
Male - 20 to 29 2,193 15% 26,724 17% 43,362 14%
Male - 30 to 39 1,598 11% 14,906 9% 31,063 10%
Male - 40 to 49 1,052 7% 8,774 6% 19,050 6%
Male - 50 to 59 812 5% 6,723 4% 15,819 5%
Male - 60 to 69 491 3% 4,699 3% 10,649 3%
Male - 70 & over 270 2% 2,235 1% 5,613 2%
Total Female 7,101 47% 78,177 49% 157,389 49%
Female - 9 & under 445 3% 6,870 4% 17,874 6%
Female - 10 to 19 1,211 8% 10,680 7% 19,361 6%
Female - 20 to 29 1,985 13% 26,779 17% 43,006 13%
Female - 30 to 39 1,100 7% 12,351 8% 26,600 8%
Female - 40 to 49 840 6% 7,893 5% 17,474 5%
Female - 50 to 59 587 4% 6,014 4% 14,425 5%
Female - 60 to 69 549 4% 4,297 3% 10,287 3%
Female - 70 & over 382 3% 3,293 2% 8,363 3%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B01001, B01003

Income

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Median Household Income (in 2015 inflation adjusted dollars) $ 65,548 $ 45,263 $ 47,207
Households 6,286 65,000 129,707
Less than $25,000 1,425 23% 20,156 31% 36,822 28%
$25,000 to $49,999 1,151 18% 14,170 22% 30,557 24%
$50,000 to $74,999 985 16% 9,875 15% 20,232 16%
$75,000 to $99,999 631 10% 5,763 9% 12,690 10%
$100,000 to $199,999 1,232 20% 9,942 15% 19,675 15%
$200,000 or more 862 14% 5,095 8% 9,732 8%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B19001, B19013

Households

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Households 6,286 65,000 129,707
Family households 2,199 35% 22,328 34% 54,083 42%
Married couple family 1,362 22% 14,370 22% 35,349 27%
With own children under 18 348 6% 5,746 9% 15,466 12%
Other family 838 13% 7,957 12% 18,734 14%
Single male householder with own children under 18 110 2% 996 2% 2,097 2%
Single female householder with own children under 18 280 4% 3,190 5% 7,748 6%
Nonfamily households 4,087 65% 42,673 66% 75,624 58%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B11001, B11003

Educational Attainment

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population 25 years & Over 10,059 92,982 200,072
No high school diploma 1,321 13% 11,460 12% 29,025 15%
High school graduate or equal 1,247 12% 11,912 13% 30,855 15%
Some college 1,659 16% 14,173 15% 32,542 16%
Associate's degree 388 4% 4,069 4% 8,537 4%
Bachelor's degree 3,008 30% 30,868 33% 60,505 30%
Masters, doctorate, professional 2,436 24% 20,499 22% 38,607 19%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B15002

Employment Status

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population 16 years & Over 13,731 138,992 266,673
In labor force 9,059 66% 95,327 69% 188,076 71%
Civilian labor force 9,057 66% 95,301 69% 187,913 70%
Employed 8,478 62% 88,479 64% 175,164 66%
Unemployed 579 4% 6,822 5% 12,749 5%
In armed forces 2 0% 26 0% 162 0%
Not in labor force 4,672 34% 43,665 31% 78,597 29%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B23025

Housing Units

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Housing Units 7,667 73,541 143,265
Occupied Housing Units 6,286 65,000 129,707
Owner occupied units 2,364 38% 20,508 32% 46,827 36%
Renter occupied units 3,922 62% 44,493 68% 82,881 64%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B25024, B25003

Housing Unit Value

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Owner Occupied Housing Units 2,364 20,508 46,827
Less than $100,000 115 5% 1,277 6% 4,281 9%
$100,000 to $199,999 413 17% 3,361 16% 10,024 21%
$200,000 to $299,999 490 21% 3,597 18% 8,771 19%
$300,000 to $399,999 452 19% 3,577 17% 7,095 15%
$400,000 to $499,999 347 15% 2,591 13% 4,497 10%
$500,000 or more 548 23% 6,103 30% 12,160 26%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B25075

Detailed Age Breakdown

1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population 15,086 158,264 319,157
Male 7,985 53% 80,087 51% 161,768 51%
Under 5 years 296 2% 3,713 2% 9,705 3%
5 to 9 years 224 1% 3,412 2% 8,976 3%
10 to 14 years 193 1% 2,034 1% 6,846 2%
15 to 17 years 123 1% 1,242 1% 3,425 1%
18 and 19 years 734 5% 5,625 4% 7,260 2%
20 years 220 1% 4,334 3% 5,449 2%
21 years 185 1% 3,903 2% 5,190 2%
22 to 24 years 585 4% 7,481 5% 12,094 4%
25 to 29 years 1,203 8% 11,006 7% 20,630 6%
30 to 34 years 967 6% 9,209 6% 17,900 6%
35 to 39 years 631 4% 5,697 4% 13,163 4%
40 to 44 years 615 4% 4,564 3% 10,420 3%
45 to 49 years 437 3% 4,210 3% 8,629 3%
50 to 54 years 388 3% 3,486 2% 8,261 3%
55 to 59 years 424 3% 3,237 2% 7,558 2%
60 and 61 years 107 1% 940 1% 2,485 1%
62 to 64 years 176 1% 1,844 1% 4,071 1%
65 and 66 years 56 0% 947 1% 2,013 1%
67 to 69 years 152 1% 968 1% 2,080 1%
70 to 74 years 119 1% 992 1% 2,210 1%
75 to 79 years 58 0% 439 0% 1,295 0%
80 to 84 years 43 0% 402 0% 1,262 0%
85 years and over 49 0% 402 0% 845 0%
1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Female: 7,101 47% 78,177 49% 157,389 49%
Under 5 years 265 2% 3,662 2% 9,387 3%
5 to 9 years 180 1% 3,208 2% 8,487 3%
10 to 14 years 146 1% 2,325 1% 6,741 2%
15 to 17 years 89 1% 1,252 1% 3,864 1%
18 and 19 years 975 6% 7,103 4% 8,755 3%
20 years 206 1% 4,197 3% 5,228 2%
21 years 183 1% 4,757 3% 6,245 2%
22 to 24 years 422 3% 7,035 4% 11,433 4%
25 to 29 years 1,174 8% 10,790 7% 20,099 6%
30 to 34 years 707 5% 7,332 5% 15,571 5%
35 to 39 years 393 3% 5,019 3% 11,030 3%
40 to 44 years 414 3% 4,361 3% 9,510 3%
45 to 49 years 426 3% 3,532 2% 7,964 2%
50 to 54 years 325 2% 3,107 2% 7,256 2%
55 to 59 years 262 2% 2,907 2% 7,168 2%
60 and 61 years 70 0% 696 0% 2,187 1%
62 to 64 years 214 1% 1,693 1% 4,009 1%
65 and 66 years 167 1% 964 1% 1,869 1%
67 to 69 years 98 1% 943 1% 2,221 1%
70 to 74 years 82 1% 1,116 1% 2,700 1%
75 to 79 years 100 1% 793 1% 1,946 1%
80 to 84 years 73 0% 567 0% 1,730 1%
85 years and over 127 1% 818 1% 1,987 1%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, Tables B01001, B01003. The numbers in the above table do not total up due to rounding.

Population Projections

Texas

Year Travis County
2015 1,111,829
2016 1,129,582
2017 1,147,163
2018 1,164,741
2019 1,181,782
2020 1,198,485
2021 1,214,709
2022 1,230,444
2023 1,245,752
2024 1,260,516
2025 1,274,999
2026 1,289,077
2027 1,302,765
2028 1,316,431
2029 1,329,693
2030 1,342,829
2031 1,355,732
2032 1,368,693
2033 1,381,736
2034 1,394,655
2035 1,407,810
2036 1,420,961
2037 1,434,207
2038 1,447,650
2039 1,461,153
2040 1,474,822
Source: Texas State Data Center, Office of the State Demographer, Projections of the Population of Texas and Counties in Texas by Age, Sex and Race/Ethnicity for 2010-2050, 2014.

Methodology

First, a geographic information system (GIS) analysis calculates the project’s radius(es). The GIS analysis then identifies the 2015 US Census Bureau block groups that intersect the project’s radiuses. Then, the GIS analysis calculates the percent of each block group within each radius distance (overlap). Next, the overlap percent is multiplied by the demographics for each block group. Finally, the radius demographic estimate equals the sum of the overlap multiplied by the demographics for all block groups that intersect a radius.

The benefits of this methodology are that it allows for:

  1. the use of the most current data for small area geographies from the US Census Bureau;
  2. the estimation of demographics for radius distances using dissimilar shaped Census block groups; and
  3. data comparability (because estimates for small radiuses and large radiuses use the same methodology, geographies and datasets).

This methodology assumes that the population is equally distributed throughout a block group. This assumption can result in unlikely estimates for small radiuses (i.e. 1 mile) in rural areas with low population densities and thus, large geographic area block groups.

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