Irvington, Kentucky Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

There are several factors to consider when looking at the Population & Steets in Irvingto n City. The city has a relatively low per capita and household income and its poverty rate is almost double the national average. The area's diversity is also significant, with a mixture of whites and non-whites living side-by-side. Luckily, however, there are several good reasons to move to Irvington.

In addition to restaurants, the city is home to several high-profile companies. For example, in 2008, a television commercial for the New York State Lottery featured the city. In 2011, an ad featuring the town's train station featured the town's own company. And in 2011, BrightFarms, a salad-growing company, announced that it would open a new store in Irvington. Verve Medical Cosmetics, meanwhile, announced that it would open a branch of its Westchester office in Irvington in January 2021. This location is slated to open its doors on February 4, 2021.

Although the town is primarily comprised of single family homes, Irvington also has two co-operative apartment complexes and eight condominiums. These co-op complexes offer almost 1,100 units. The Co-ops are located along Broadway and include the Fieldpoint development, Woodbrook Gardens, and Irvington Gardens. The Co-ops are also located on Main Street. Listed below are the names of the co-ops.