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(updated 2010)



Household Type By Tenure
(New Haven City, Connecticut)

Family households:

Married-couple family:

Owner-occupied housing units : 6,752

Renter-occupied housing units : 6,195

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 773

Renter-occupied housing units : 1,921

Female householder, no husband present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 2,381

Renter-occupied housing units : 9,087

Nonfamily households:

Owner-occupied housing units : 4,923

Renter-occupied housing units : 17,890


(updated 2013)



Mortgage Status By Age of Householder
(New Haven City, Connecticut)

Housing units with a mortgage:

Householder 15 to 34 years : 1,433

Householder 35 to 44 years : 2,247

Householder 45 to 54 years : 2,857

Householder 55 to 59 years : 1,088

Householder 60 to 64 years : 1,024

Householder 65 to 74 years : 1,307

Householder 75 years and over : 515

Housing units without a mortgage:

Householder 15 to 34 years : 376

Householder 35 to 44 years : 426

Householder 45 to 54 years : 705

Householder 55 to 59 years : 358

Householder 60 to 64 years : 514

Householder 65 to 74 years : 1,008

Householder 75 years and over : 971


(updated 2013)



Rent Asked
(New Haven City, Connecticut)

Less than $100 : 68

$100 to $149 : 0

$150 to $199 : 33

$200 to $249 : 178

$250 to $299 : 77

$300 to $349 : 60

$350 to $399 : 0

$400 to $449 : 146

$450 to $499 : 73

$500 to $549 : 72

$550 to $599 : 29

$600 to $649 : 91

$650 to $699 : 156

$700 to $749 : 178

$750 to $799 : 161

$800 to $899 : 540

$900 to $999 : 346

$1,000 to $1,249 : 743

$1,250 to $1,499 : 391

$1,500 to $1,999 : 163

$2,000 or more : 201


(updated 2013)



Gross Rent As A Percentage Of Household Income
(New Haven City, Connecticut)

Less than 10.0 percent : 1,028

10.0 to 14.9 percent : 1,708

15.0 to 19.9 percent : 2,595

20.0 to 24.9 percent : 3,059

25.0 to 29.9 percent : 3,868

30.0 to 34.9 percent : 3,485

35.0 to 39.9 percent : 1,989

40.0 to 49.9 percent : 3,453

50.0 percent or more : 11,750

Not computed : 2,158


(updated 2013)



Median Value By Year Structure Built
(New Haven City, Connecticut)

Built 2010 or later : $234,500

Built 2000 to 2009 : $208,000

Built 1990 to 1999 : $157,600

Built 1980 to 1989 : $172,100

Built 1970 to 1979 : $154,800

Built 1960 to 1969 : $171,800

Built 1950 to 1959 : $184,800

Built 1940 to 1949 : $191,700

Built 1939 or earlier : $211,100


(updated 2013)







Percentage of Family Households in New Haven City, Connecticut: 53.8%

Percentage of Family Households in Connecticut: 66.3%


(updated 2010)



Population in Group Quarters in New Haven City, Connecticut

Institutionalized population


  • Correctional facilities for adults : 7.91%
  • Juvenile facilities : 0.29%
  • Nursing facilities/Skilled-nursing facilities : 6.84%
  • Other institutional facilities : 0.76%

Noninstitutionalized population


  • College/University student housing : 67.2%
  • Other noninstitutional facilities : 16.99%


(updated 2010)







Building Permits in New Haven City, Connecticut

* Units are useful in showing how many separate living spaces
were built. e.g. apartments, townhomes, condos, etc.

    Buildings Units Cost
1999        
  Single Family 200 200 $22,047,896
  Two Family 8 16 $895,000
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 1 45 $2,071,917
  Total

209 261 $25,014,813
2000        
  Single Family 45 45 $5,951,400
  Two Family 1 2 $95,000
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

46 47 $6,046,400
2001        
  Single Family 63 63 $7,229,928
  Two Family 6 12 $1,178,400
  Three and Four Family 5 16 $1,571,200
  Five or More Family 5 29 $2,247,800
  Total

79 120 $12,227,328
2002        
  Single Family 66 66 $10,382,252
  Two Family 6 12 $478,000
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 1 12 $644,000
  Total

73 90 $11,504,252
2003        
  Single Family 68 68 $11,084,350
  Two Family 15 30 $1,639,000
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

83 98 $12,723,350
2004        
  Single Family 170 170 $17,712,161
  Two Family 12 24 $2,719,000
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 2 72 $5,109,154
  Total

184 266 $25,540,315
2005        
  Single Family 83 83 $10,918,072
  Two Family 12 24 $1,866,518
  Three and Four Family 1 4 $200,000
  Five or More Family 2 14 $3,214,800
  Total

98 125 $16,199,390
2006        
  Single Family 98 98 $13,360,640
  Two Family 13 26 $1,371,000
  Three and Four Family 2 7 $370,000
  Five or More Family 4 122 $10,703,635
  Total

117 253 $25,805,275


(updated 2007)



Median Household Income In 2000 (New Haven City, CT): $29,604
Median Household Income In 2000 (Connecticut): $53,935


(updated 2010)



Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (New Haven City): $104,300
Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Connecticut): $160,600


(updated 2010)



Median Gross Rent in 2000 (New Haven City): $651
Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Connecticut): $681


(updated 2010)



Most Commonly Used Heating Fuel in New Haven City, Connecticut

Utility Gas: 50.5%
Bottled, Tank, Or Lp Gas: 3.0%
Electricity: 15.4%
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Etc.: 30.1%
Coal Or Coke: 0.0%
Wood: 0.2%
Solar Energy: 0.1%
Other Fuel: 0.4%
No Fuel Used: 0.3%


(updated 2010)





(updated 2010)





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