Ward, Arkansas Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Population vs. Steets in Ward City: Who is a better fit for the area? These two questions are closely related. While both statistics provide valuable information, each one has its own unique benefits. Here, we will explore how Ward City's population and its steets compare to Binghamton's. Listed below are some of the main points:

First Ward. The neighborhood has become more attractive to outside investors, who have revitalized some of its rental properties. Approximately 50 percent of its rental units are occupied by tenured tenants, who pay approximately $375 to $425 for a one-bedroom unit with utilities included. However, many short-term tenants are now young professionals and graduate students. Rental prices for one-bedroom units have increased to $525 per month.

Ward City's commercial areas. The First Ward contains two commercial districts: Service Commercial District and Neighborhood Commercial District. The former is smaller and concentrated along Front Street while the latter is located north of the area's existing gateway. This distinction helps the neighborhood's residents identify what types of businesses they want to see in their neighborhoods. In addition, the residential area's overall land area is dominated by two zoning districts: R-2 and R-3.

The First Ward is the gateway to the city. Interstate 86 and State Route 17 enter the city along Front Street, which is part of the BOA. The First Ward is connected to the center city through Route 17, and is bordered on the north by the Chenango River. The area also has access to the Chenango River, which provides for convenient waterfront redevelopment and linkages to Front Street. Further, the First Ward is located near a major regional transportation route, so a healthy mix of retail and business uses is a good fit for the area.