Northside, Oklahoma Details
The area is in a humid subtropical climate, which means that the summers are hot and humid, and the winters are mild. The weather varies on a daily and seasonal basis, with the exception of the hot and humid months in the summer. The area experiences long droughts, as well as heavy rains and flash floods. Severe snowstorms and ice storms are known to happen during the winter months. In the months from March to June, there severe weather commonly happens in the area. There are also hailstones and tornadoes. In the history of Oklahoma city, tornadoes have been seen in every month.
The population is 50,481 and the area of the neighborhood is 16.324 square miles. There are 3,092 people per square mile, while in general there are 1,040 people per square mile in the entire Oklahoma City. In 2015, the median rent in Northside was $632. The median age for males is 36.6, while the median age for females is 37.9. There are 25,727 males and 24,745 females. The percentage of people born in the state is 56.1%, while the people who were born in a different sate is 29%.
The percentage of detached houses in Northside is 65.3%. In 2015, the estimated average value of these homes was $121,272. The percentage of attached units is 3.7%. In 2015, the estimated value for attached units was $120,698
Home Ownership and Residence
Thirty-nine percent of people own their homes, 40% rent and 21% of homes are vacant. The annual residential turnover is 22% and percentage of 5+ residency is 30%.
Twenty-three percent have some college education, 7% have no high school education, 9% have some high school education, 27% are high school graduates, 5% have associate degrees, 18% have bachelor’s degree and 11% have graduate degrees.
Types of Work People Do and Incomes
Eighty-one percent of the population consists of white collar workers, while 19% of the population consists of blue collar workers. The median income is $35, 737. Roughly 3,000 households make between $0k and $3000k. The bracket of people who make these incomes is the biggest income bracket. The smallest income bracket is the bracket of people who make $500k +, which number at at about 200. Most of the $5k and $10k income brackets between $10k and 100k consist of roughly 1,000 to 2,000 people. So, the neighborhood’s population is filled with people of all classes, especially those who are in the working and middle classes.
For heating fuel, 56% of people use utility gas, 26% of people use electricity, 9% of people use fuel oil or kerosene, 2% of people use wood, 2% of people use some other kind of fuel, 2% use no fuel and 2% use bottle, tank or LP gas.
Race and Ethnicity
It is a racially mixed neighborhood. Less than 50% of the people, perhaps roughly 40%, are White. The Black Alone population makes up roughly a third of the White population. The Hispanic population also makes up a third of the white population. The “Other” category is another category that makes up roughly a little more than a third of the White population. There is a small Asian population, though on the chart it represents more than just a think sliver on a pie chart. Populations that make up small slivers of the population include people who are three or more races, people who are White And Asian, people who are White and Black and people who are Native American Alone. .
Local Businesses To Try Out
The neighborhood has a lot of local businesses that you can go to. The neighborhood has a large variety of different kinds of restaurants. Some of the restaurants include Queen of Sheba, an Ethiopian restaurant located at 2308 North MacArthur Boulevard; Pie Junkie, a place that sells desserts and coffee that is located at 1711 Northwest 16th Street; The Drum Room, an American Southern themed place that is located on 4309 North Western; Gopuram Taste of India, an Indian restaurant located at 4559 Northwest 23rd Street; Empire Slice House, a place that serves pizza and bar food that is located at 1734 Northwest 16th Street; Musashi’s Japanese Steakhouse, a Japanese place that serves sushi and steak and is located at 4315 North Western Avenue; Nic’s Grill, an American burger place that is located at 1201 North Pennsylvania Avenue; Trapper’s Fish Camp, a Cajun-themed place that serves seafood and is located at 4300 West Reno Avenue; Canton Restaurant, a Chinese restaurant located at 2908 MacArthur Boulevard; Hugo’s Taquizas, a Tex-Mex place located at 3409 Northwest 23rd; Carican Flavors, a Caribbean place located at 2701 North Martin Luther King Avenue; Zamzam Grill and Houkah, a Mediterranean style place located at 3913 North MacAuthur Boulevard; Roxy’s Ice Cream Social, an ice cream place that is located at 1732 Northwest 16th Street; Supphatra’s Thai Kithcen, a Thai themed placed located at 3207 Northwest 23rd Street; Chen’s Buffet, a Chinese buffet located at 4537 Northwest 23rd Street; and Hungry Frog, a diner located at 1101 North Pennsylvania Avenue. Obviously, it is a very vibrant neighborhood.
There are many more restaurants that were have not been mentioned. The bars and restaurants have different hours, which is great for those who like to hang out at all hours of the day and night.
What is interesting is that there are no smoking bans in restaurants, workplaces and bars. This may come as a shock to those come from states where such activities are banned in indoor spaces. Last call is at 2 am.
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