Bunker, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

What are the Population & Steets of Bunker City? These are the most common questions I receive from new players in the game. To help you answer them, I've put together a list of the most popular buildings and neighborhoods in the city. You can find these buildings, and many others, by browsing the list below. Just be sure to read the information carefully so that you don't miss anything!

In the 19th century, Bunker Hill was a highly prestigious district, with wide porches, gable-roofed buildings, and spindle turrets. Today, however, the buildings are full of rooming houses. The parquetry floors are scratched, the staircases are darkened, and cheap varnish is smeared over decades of dirt. Haggard landladies bicker with shifty tenants.

Across the country, inner cities deteriorated as residents with resources moved out of the city and into the suburbs. President Lyndon Johnson declared a "War on Poverty," increasing commercial interest in urban revitalization. But the redevelopment of Bunker Hill led to the displacement of many low-income residents. Some business interests expressed concern about the homeless population downtown and Skid Row.

The population of Bunker Hill is diverse, with 71% of residents being white. There are also significant numbers of Hispanic and Asian residents. The city's average income is $101K, while its poverty rate hovers around three percent. In terms of climate, Bunker Hill's climate is temperate, with moderate winters and hot summers. In addition, the average number of people living in the area is relatively low.