City’s middle-income neighborhoods shrink

June 22, 2006 12:00AM

New York City has a smaller share of middle-income families than any other major metro area in the nation, according a recent analysis of Census figures. And only L.A. has a smaller proportion of middle-income neighborhoods. Only 28.3 percent of the New York metro area’s neighborhoods were identified in the analysis as middle-income. more [NYT]

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