Paragon Realty released a report on San Francisco’s changing demographics that details the trends along zip codes.
The numbers made me remember how when Mission Local first started in 2008 the Mission had a higher percentage of tenant occupied units than the rest of the city. That is changing.
I went back to the 2000 census to compare some numbers with Paragon’s report. Owner occupied units have risen in the Mission/Bernal zip code of 94110 to 35 percent, compared to 30 percent in 2000.
The number of households in the 94110 zip code has increased by 954 to 27,042 since the 2000 Census, but the Mission and Bernal have 1,808 more owners or quite a few renter-occupied units have turned into owner-occupied units.
The percentage of foreign-born residents has dropped from 41 percent in 2000 to 35 percent in the last Census estimates and household income has risen by 47 percent to $79,500 since 2000. In terms of the make up of the foreign born residents, in 2000 71 percent came from Latin America, 21.4 percent from Asia and 5.9 percent from Europe.
The latest estimates show 60 percent of the foreign-born in 94110 coming from Latin America, 24.9 percent from Asia and 11 percent from Europe.
You can get Paragon’s report here.