Eastern City is a borough in the southeastern part of the city of Seattle. Its boundaries are NE 145th Street on the south, 8th Avenue NE on the west, NE 155th and 150th Streets on the north, and both Market Street and Northeast Boulevard on the east. Several popular attractions are located in Eastern City.
The city has a diverse population. American Indians, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders comprise 2.9% of the total population. The city is home to a variety of restaurants, ethnic groceries, and professional offices. Its proximity to other business districts makes it a convenient place to do business.
The city's diversity is extensive. The majority of residents are African Americans. The rest come from various other ethnic backgrounds, including Dominicans, Puerto Ricans, Irish, and Germans. Those of Asian descent are also common in Eastern City. There is also a substantial Latino population.
The American Community Survey is an ongoing survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau to obtain the latest demographic data about communities. The survey asks a variety of questions, including race and ethnicity, family characteristics, and income. Its data are available down to the census block group level.
The City of East Point is a multicultural urban community, and is home to a large number of active adults and young professionals. It has over twenty distinct neighborhoods, each offering desirable amenities. Near downtown, many of these neighborhoods offer historic character with tree-lined streets and charming homes. In addition, newer homes offer all the amenities of modern construction.