Liberty, Maine Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

When buying a home in Liberty City, you may be wondering about the population & steets of the community. To answer this question, we looked at the population and steets of Liberty City and the surrounding areas. In addition to housing stock, NeighborhoodScout also considered transportation and types of households. Compared to 96.9% of all neighborhoods in America, the Liberty City Southwest neighborhood has a higher percentage of sales and service workers than the national average.

In terms of the African American population, it was historically concentrated in two distinct sections, Francis Street on the north, N. Main Street on the east and Mississippi Street on the south. The African American population was also concentrated in the area west of N. Grover. The area west of the street is known as Happy Hollow, and is now known as Ruth Moore Park. The second major section is bounded by Pine, Shrader, and Ford Streets to the north.

In terms of population, Liberty City is part of the Miami-Dade County metropolitan area. There are two school districts that contain Liberty City: North Kansas City 74 School District and Liberty 53 School District. Liberty City has a diverse population. Liberty City has many affordable housing options. One of the most popular is Liberty Square, which is the first public housing project in the southeastern U.S. The area is home to over 7,000 people.