East Marion, New York Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of East Marion City is just over 11,000 people. According to the 2010 Census, there are 17.4 percent of renter-occupied housing units. This is slightly lower than the 17.5% share in 2000, but still higher than neighboring cities. Rent burden is an important indicator of housing affordability. East Marion is below the state's average rent burden of 32.2%, and neighboring cities Water Mill and Amagansett have lower rent burdens than East Marion. Additionally, 10.2% of housing units in East Marion are occupied by renters, a lower proportion than in other nearby cities.

The East Marion ZIP code is a unique code, located in Suffolk County. The city's default postal code is 00234. The ZIP code is the city's address, and is used to copy mail in this format. The median rental cost in East Marion is $2,047 per month. The median home value is $681,800. The median age is 60.8. If you live in East Marion, you'll find that the median income is $72,500.

The historic district in East Marion is one of Shelby's earliest suburban neighborhoods, developed from 1921 to 1950. This neighborhood was Shelby's most successful City Beautiful Movement neighborhood. The movement promoted the development of "parklike" settings in cities. East Marion St., for example, followed natural topography, while the Central Shelby Historic District followed a traditional grid pattern. The city's zoning ordinance required that all street-level lots have frontage on East Marion Street, which was a major reason for the development of the Belvedere Park neighborhood.