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Quarterly Growth Profile: 2nd Quarter 2010

2nd Quarter Growth Profile 2010 (pdf/356kb/1p)

 

POPULATION

Total

243,500


COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY

TYPE

PERMITS

$ VALUE

 

Residential

($000’s)

 

New Construction

49

$31,239

 

Single Family

44

$30,223

 

Multi-Family

5

$1,016

 

Additions/Remodels

76

$4,702

 

Other (Garage, etc)

37

$2,057

 

Commercial

 

New Construction

3

$9,923

 

Additions/Remodels

91

$17,093

 

Other

23

$83

 

Institutional

 

New Construction

0

$0

 

Additions/Remodels

2

$5,722

 

Other

0

$0

 

Grand Total

281

$70,819

 

(Grand Total Green)

12

($5,245)

 


HOUSING UNITS COMPLETE CITY-WIDE

 

Single
Family

Multi-
Family

Year End 2009 Total

82,193

38,610

1st Quarter (Mar. 31, 2010)

82,238

38,822

2nd Quarter (June, 30 2010)

82,282

38,827

Change from Prior Quarter

44

5

# Change From Prior Year End

89

217

 

 

 

HOUSING UNITS COMPLETED BY ZONE

Planning
Zone

Single
Family

Multi-
Family

A

3

0

B

0

0

C

10

5

D

15

0

E

16

0

City-Wide Total

44

5


 

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(U.S. Census Bureau)