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Manhattan (/mænˈhætən, mən-/), often referred to locally as the City, is the most densely populated of the five boroughs of New York City and its economic and administrative center, cultural identifier, and historical birthplace. The borough is coextensive with New York County, one of the original counties of the U.S. state of New York. The borough consists mostly of Manhattan Island, bounded by the Hudson, East, and Harlem rivers; several small adjacent islands; and Marble Hill, a small neighborhood now on the U.S. mainland, physically connected to the Bronx and separated from the rest of Manhattan by the Harlem River. Manhattan Island is divided into three informally bounded components, each aligned with the borough’s long axis: Lower, Midtown, and Upper Manhattan.
At the 2010 Census, there were 1,585,873 people living in Manhattan, an increase of 3.2% since 2000. Since 2010, Manhattan’s population was estimated by the Census Bureau to have increased 5.0% to 1,664,727 as of 2017, representing 19.3% of New York City’s population of 8,622,698 and 8.4% of New York State’s population of 19,849,399. As of the 2017 Census estimates, the population density of New York County was around 72,918 people per square mile (28,154/km²), the highest population density of any county in the United States. In 1910, at the height of European immigration to New York, Manhattan’s population density reached a peak of 101,548 people per square mile (39,208/km²).
According to 2012 Census estimates, 65.2% of the population was White, 18.4% Black or African American, 1.2% American Indian and Alaska Native, 12.0% Asian, and 3.1% of two or more races. 25.8% of Manhattan’s population was of Hispanic or Latino origin, of any race. Manhattan has the second highest percentage of non-Hispanic Whites (48%) of New York City’s boroughs, after Staten Island (64%).
In 2006, the New York City Department of City Planning projected that Manhattan’s population would increase by 289,000 people between 2000 and 2030, an increase of 18.8% over the period. However, since then, Lower Manhattan has been experiencing a baby boom, well above the overall birth rate in Manhattan, with the area south of Canal Street witnessing 1,086 births in 2010, 12% greater than 2009 and over twice the number born in 2001. The Financial District alone has witnessed growth in its population to approximately 43,000 as of 2014, nearly double the 23,000 recorded at the 2000 Census. The southern tip of Manhattan became the fastest growing part of New York City between 1990 and 2014.
According to the 2009 American Community Survey, the average household size was 2.11, and the average family size was 3.21. Approximately 59.4% of the population over the age of 25 have a bachelor’s degree or higher. Approximately 27.0% of the population is foreign-born, and 61.7% of the population over the age of 5 speak only English at home. People of Irish ancestry make up 7.8% of the population, while Italian Americans make up 6.8% of the population. German Americans and Russian Americans make up 7.2% and 6.2% of the population respectively.
Manhattan is one of the highest-income places in the United States with a population greater than one million. As of 2012, Manhattan’s cost of living was the highest in the United States, but the borough also contained the country’s most profound level of income inequality. Manhattan is also the United States county with the highest per capita income, being the sole county whose per capita income exceeded $100,000 in 2010. However, from 2011–2015 Census data of New York County, the per capita income was recorded in 2015 dollars as $64,993, with the median household income at $72,871, and poverty at 17.6%. In 2012, The New York Times reported that inequality was higher than in most developing countries, stating, “The wealthiest fifth of Manhattanites made more than 40 times what the lowest fifth reported, a widening gap (it was 38 times, the year before) surpassed by only a few developing countries”.
Manhattan is religiously diverse. In 2000, the largest religious affiliation was the Catholic Church, whose adherents constituted 564,505 persons (more than 36% of the population) and maintained 110 congregations. Jews comprised the second largest religious group, with 314,500 persons (20.5%) in 102 congregations. They were followed by Protestants, with 139,732 adherents (9.1%) and Muslims, with 37,078 (2.4%). Other religious affiliations including Hinduism, as well as Atheism and irreligion, composed the majority of the remainder.
As of 2010, 59.98% (902,267) of Manhattan residents, aged five and older, spoke only English at home, while 23.07% (347,033) spoke Spanish, 5.33% (80,240) Chinese, 2.03% (30,567) French, 0.78% (11,776) Japanese, 0.77% (11,517) Russian, 0.72% (10,788) Korean, 0.70% (10,496) German, 0.66% (9,868) Italian, 0.64% (9,555) Hebrew, and 0.48% (7,158) spoke African languages at home. In total, 40.02% (602,058) of Manhattan’s population, aged five and older, spoke a language other than English at home.
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Manhattan New York neighborhoods include: 310 House, 71 Barrow, Alphabet City (E13-Ave C), Alphabet City (E14-B-E9-1st), Alphabet City (E5-A-E3-1st), Alphabet City (E5-Loisaida), Alphabet City (E7-A-E5-1st), Alphabet City (E7-Loisaida), Alphabet City (East River North), Battery Park City (Albany-1Pl), Battery Park City (Ph Pk), Battery Park City (River Terr), Bowery North, Carnegie Hill (3rd-Park-E86-E90), Carnegie Hill (3rd-Park-E90-E96), Carnegie Hill (Madison-E87-E96), Cent Harlem S (110-ACP-117-Lx), Cent Harlem S (110-Lnx-117-5), Cent Harlem S (120-FDouglass), Cent Harlem S (FDouglass-StNic), Cent Harlem S (W116-Mhtn), Cent Harlem S (W120-Lenox), Cent Harlem S (W125-8th), Central Harlem (126-Lnx-132-5), Central Harlem N (MalcolmX-W145), Central Harlem N (W138th-8th), Central Harlem N (W140-Lenox), Central Harlem N (W143-8th), Central Harlem (W130-8th), Central Harlem (W135-StNc-126-8th), Central Harlem (W136-Lenox), Chelsea (23rd-10th-34th), Chelsea (8Ave-25th), Chelsea (8th-10th 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(W56-8th-53-9th), Hell’s Kitchen (W58-10th-52nd-12th), Hell’s Kitchen (W58-9th-52-10th), Hell’s Kitchen (W58-Columbus), Hudson Hts (180-Bwy-188-Amst), Hudson Hts (186-StNic-193), Hudson Hts (Arden -Sherman), Hudson Hts (Broadway-Fairview), Hudson Hts (W180-CabriniBlvd), Hudson Hts (W184-Overlook), Hudson Hts (W187th-CabriniBlvd), Hudson Hts (W190St-Broadway), Hudson Hts (W191St-Wadsworth), Hudson Square, Inwood (Academy-Post), Inwood (Academy-Seaman), Inwood (Academy-W207), Inwood (Dyckman-Nagle), Inwood (Isham Park), Inwood (W218-Broadway), Kips Bay (32nd-1st-34th-3rd), Kips Bay (3rd-E23-FDR-E26), Kips Bay (Bellevue), Kips Bay (E26-3rd-E32-2nd), Kips Bay (E30-3rd-E34-Park), Kips Bay (E30-Park-E26-3rd), Kips Bay (Rose Hill S), Kips Bay (Waterside Plaza), Koreatown, Lenox Hill N (73rd-1st-79th-York), Lenox Hill N (E71-3rd-E69-1st), Lenox Hill N (E72-3rd), Lenox Hill N (E72-York), Lenox Hill N (E75-2nd-E72-3rd), Lenox Hill N (E76th-1st-E73-2nd), Lenox Hill N (E79-1st-E76-2nd), Lenox Hill N (E79-2nd-E75-3rd), Lenox Hill N (E79-FDR-E73-York), Lenox Hill S (E59-3rd-E63-1st), Lenox Hill S (E62-York), Lenox Hill S (E65-2nd), Lenox Hill S (E66-1st-E69-3rd), Lenox Hill S (E68-York), LES (Allen-Stanton-Suffolk), LES (Broome-Columbia), LES (Broome-Ludlow), LES (FDR-Grand-Montgomery), LES (Hamilton Fish Park), LES (Houston-Columbia), LES (Seward Park), LES (Stanton-Clinton), Lincoln Sq (58-Amst-66-WEnd), Lincoln Sq (58-WEnd-66-JDM), Lincoln Sq (72-Rside-70-Amst), Lincoln Sq (Bdwy-67th-Amst), Lincoln Sq (W58-Amst-W65-Bdwy), Lincoln Sq (W65-Bdwy-W69-CPW), Lincoln Sq (W65-CPrk-63-Colum), Lincoln Sq (W70-Amst-66-WEnd), Lincoln Sq (W70-Frdm-66-WEnd), Lincoln Sq (W72-Colum-69-Bdwy), Lincoln Sq (W72-C Prk-69-Colum), Little Italy, Manhattan Plaza, Manhattanville (W130-Convent), Manhattanville (W131-Bway), Manhattanville (W134-Broadway), Marble Hill (East), Marble Hill West, Midtown (52nd-6th-44th-Park), Midtown (59th-6th-52nd-Park), Midtown East (E59-2nd-E53-3rd), Midtown East (E59-Prk-E53-3rd), Midtown SC (Bryant Park), Midtown SC (E32-Madison), Morningside Hts (110-Amst-123), Morningside Hts (114-123-Bway), Morningside Hts (123rd-126th), Morningside Hts (Amst-113), Morningside Hts (Bdwy-Tiemann), Morningside Hts (Broadway-W109), Morningside Hts (Columbus-108), Morningside Hts (W108-Manhattan), Murray Hill (E34-3rd-E38-1st), Murray Hill (E38-Park-E34-3rd), Murray Hill (E40-1st-E34), Murray Hill (E42-5th-E36-Park), Murray Hill (E42-Park-E38-2nd), Nolita, NoMad, Peter Cooper Village, Polo Grounds (145-ACP-149), Polo Grounds (155-Harlem River), Polo Grounds (Rucker Park), Roosevelt Island (Central), Roosevelt Island (North), Roosevelt Island (South), SoHo (Broadway-Prince-Spring), SoHo (Greene-Broome-Canal), SoHo (Houston-WBdwy-Spring), Stuyvesant Town East, Sutton Place (55th-FDR-53rd-2nd), Sutton Place (59-FDR-57-2nd), Sutton Place (E57-FDR-E55-2nd), Times Square (W44-7th-W52), Times Square (W54-7th), Tribeca (Canal-Greenwich), Tribeca (Chambers-WBdwy), 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