CITY of LOS ANGELES
LOCAL POPULATION and HOUSING PROFILE

14th
22.947 square mile study area (approx.)
General Population Data
  CENSUS 1990 CENSUS 2000 2009(est.)
TOTAL POPULATION 232,647 235,090 254,560
Annual Growth Rate n/a 0.1045% 0.8411%
Population Density (/sqmi) 10,138 10,245 11,093
Resident Population 1 220,565 218,170 234,871
Residents' Share of Population 94.81% 92.80% 92.27%
Population in Group Quarters 2 12,082 16,919 19,689
Groups' Share of Population 5.19% 7.20% 7.73%
Housing Units
  CENSUS 1990 CENSUS 2000 2009 (est.)
TOTAL HOUSING UNITS 66,487 68,535 70,773
Annual Growth Rate n/a 0.304% 0.339%
Housing Density (/sqmi) 2,897 2,987 3,084
Single-family Housing Units 3 32,330 32,883 33,604
Annual Growth Rate n/a 0.170% 0.229%
Multiple-family Housing Units 4 32,656 35,403 36,897
Annual Growth Rate n/a 0.811% 0.436%
Nonsingle-family Housing Units 4 34,157 35,652 37,169
Annual Growth Rate n/a 0.429% 0.439%
Housing Occupants (Resident Population) 6
  CENSUS 1990 CENSUS 2000 2009 (est.)
TOTAL RESIDENTS 220,565 218,170 234,871
Annual Growth Rate n/a -0.109% 0.779%
Residential Population Density 9,612 9,508 10,235
Single-family Unit Occupants 3 110,317 111,667 118,767
Annual Growth Rate n/a 0.122% 0.651%
Multiple-family Unit Occupants 4 105,843 105,871 115,265
Annual Growth Rate n/a 0.003% 0.899%
Nonsingle-family Unit Occupants 4 110,247 106,504 116,089
Annual Growth Rate n/a -0.345% 0.911%
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CITY of LOS ANGELES
LOCAL STATISTICAL PROFILE

14th (cont'd)
Housing Occupancy 6
  CENSUS 1990 CENSUS 2000 2009 (est.)
ALL OCCUPIED UNITS 66,487 68,535 70,773
Vacancy Rate 4.91% 5.30% 3.44%
Occupied Single-family Units 31,142 31,532 32,882
Vacancy Rate 3.81% 4.29% 2.20%
Occupied Multiple-family Units 30,664 33,135 35,199
Vacancy Rate 6.50% 6.84% 4.82%
Occupied Nonsingle-family Units 32,077 33,372 35,458
Vacancy Rate 6.48% 6.83% 4.82%
Notes

  1. Resident Population consists of those who live in housing units in the same area covered by Total Population. It is equal to "Total Population in Households".
  2. Group Quarters Population includes persons in student dormitories, military barracks, prisons and health care institutions. Group Quarters and Resident Populations sum to Total Population.
  3. Single-family Housing Units (SfHUs) only include detached dwellings.
  4. Multiple-family Housing Units (MfHUs)include apartment buildings (both for rent and condominiums), duplexes, artist-in-residence lofts, and attached single-family housing units.
  5. Nonsingle-family Housing Units (NsHUs) add mobile homes, boats, and other living quarters to MfHUs. Its sum with SfHUs yield all living quarters for residents of the census tract. This value is consistent with the definitions used by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) and the California Department of Finance (DoF).
  6. The persons who occupy a housing unit are defined as a HOUSEHOLD. Households may consist of one person, one or more families, or a group of unrelated persons.
*  All aggregate statistical estimates are subject to round-off error.

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