The Data Center: How Your Neighborhood Has Changed

NEW ORLEANS – New Orleans research organization The Data Center is releasing their annual analysis today of data from Valassis Inc. on households receiving mail. This data shows where the most growth has happened in the last few years, as well as how much neighborhoods have recovered since Katrina.

         The organization found:


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•  11 years after Katrina, more than half of New Orleans’ 72 neighborhoods have recovered over 90 percent of the occupied households they had before the levees failed.

• Since June 2010, fully 67 of 72 neighborhoods experienced gains. Topping this list is the Central Business District which added 1,818 residences since 2010. Little Woods and Central City added 1,801 and 1,668 residences, respectively. 

• Since June 2015 the city's population grew 1.6 percent, with growth occurring across the vast majority of New Orleans neighborhoods.

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         Read the entire report, “Neighborhood Recovery Rates: Growth continues through 2016 in New Orleans neighborhoods,” here.


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