Rank no.10-10012, New York, NY
Estimated zip code population in 2011: 24,342
Zip code population in 2010: 24,090
Zip code population in 2000: 26,000
Houses and condos: 14,996
Renter-occupied apartments: 10,513
% of renters here: 81%
Mar. 2012 cost of living index in zip code 10012: 166.1 (very high, U.S. average is 100)
Land area: 0.3 sq. mi.
Water area: 0.0 sq. mi.
Population density: 75,296 people per square mile
Real estate property taxes paid for housing units in 2011:
This zip code: 0.7% ($7,185)
New York: 1.5% ($4,273)
Median real estate property taxes paid for housing units with mortgages in 2011: $8,398 (0.8%)
Median real estate property taxes paid for housing units with no mortgage in 2011: $6,477 (0.6%)
Zip code 10012 compared to state average:
Median house value significantly above state average.
Black race population percentage significantly below state average.
Hispanic race population percentage significantly below state average.
Renting percentage above state average.
Number of rooms per house significantly below state average.
House age above state average.
Percentage of population with a bachelor’s degree or higher significantly above state average.
100% urban population.
Estimated median house/condo value in 2011: $1,000,001
New York: $285,300
Estimated median household income in 2011:
This zip code: $77,072
New York: $55,246
Housing units in zip code 10012 with a mortgage: 1,357 (28 second mortgage, 202 home equity loan, 30 both second mortgage and home equity loan)
Houses without a mortgage: 1,062
Median monthly owner costs for units with a mortgage: $4,001
Median monthly owner costs for units without a mortgage: $1,001
Residents with income below the poverty level in 2011:
This zip code: 12.2%
Whole state: 16.0%
Residents with income below 50% of the poverty level in 2011:
This zip code: 5.9%
Whole state: 8.8%
Median number of rooms in houses and condos:
Median number of rooms in apartments:
Notable locations in this zip code not listed on our city pages:
Notable locations in zip code 10012:
Museum of African Art
New Museum of Contemporary Art
Charles Broadway Rouss Building
De Forest Building
Knoll International Design Center
Paulette Goddard Hall
Warren Weaver Hall
Mercer Street Residence Hall
Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for University Life
Judson Hall and Tower
Filomen D’Agostino Residence Hall
Minetta Lane Theatre
Tiro A Segno
Storefront for Art and Architecture
New York Ambulance Company 4
Fire Department New York Ladder 20 Division 1Rescue Squad 6
Churches in zip code 10012 include:
Saint Michael’s Russian Catholic Church
Old Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Rectory
Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral
Judson Memorial Baptist Church
Generoso Pope Catholic Center at New York University
Washington Square Methodist Church
Saint Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church
Parks in zip code 10012 include: Petrosino Square
MacDougal-Sullivan Gardens Historic District
NoHo Historic District
SoHo Cast Iron Historic District
West Fourth Street Courts
Little Red Square
Tourist attractions (not listed on the city page) :
Art Resource (Cultural Attractions- Events- & Facilities; 536 Broadway Frnt), Blades Board & Skate (Ski & Helicopter Tours; 659 Broadway)
Icar Foundation Inc (Art Museums; 77 Bleeker Street)
A Day In Art (Tours & Charters; 499 Broadway)
95 Greene Street
List Price: $25 Million
Listed With: Nest Seekers International
Median Home Price for Zip Code: $3,392,574
This 10,000-square foot triplex penthouse peddles antique Parisian doors, a custom-made glass staircase and a commercial-grade kitchen designed by Philippe Starck.
With a prime locale in the Heart of Soho between Spring & Prince Streets, this classic cast iron condo has spacious lofts with low monthly charges and there is one elevator. One can enjoy all the wonderful restaurants and trendy shops that hallmark Soho, while living on this charming, quiet, cobblestone street, which remains mellow, even when crowds descend on popular and trendy Soho. The penthouses on the sixth floor have outstanding private outdoor spaces, and every apartment comes with a large storage closet.
Built in the late 1800’s as three separate buildings, it was converted to the Green House Condominium in 1985. The building has six floors and 29 units, some of which have been combined. From this central location, one can easily walk to Tribeca, Nolita, Noho, the Village, Little Italy, the Lower East Side, while several subways are just a few blocks in any direction.
Building description provided by Pamela Leeds