317 Vanderbilt St

This Property At A Glance

Multi-Family Home

This is a Multi-Family Home.

In Brooklyn

317 Vanderbilt St is located in Brooklyn, a neighborhood in Manhattan.

Tree-Lined Streets

There are 597 street trees within a block of 317 Vanderbilt St.

317 Vanderbilt St is a 2-floor Multi-Family Home in Brooklyn's Brooklyn.

The closest subway access includes the F at Prospect Ave & Reeve Pl, there are 0 Citi Bike stations nearby, and the typical wait time for a taxi at 317 Vanderbilt St is 20 minutes.

As for the demographics around 317 Vanderbilt St, the median age is 36, 52% of residents are married, and 37% of residents have at least one child. The median individual full-time income is about $66,471 and about 30% of adults here have a bachelor's degree or higher. Registered voters in this building are 83% Democrat.

Regarding weather, the average summer temperature is 77.1°F, while the average winter temperature is 33.1°F. The average annual rainfall is 46.6 inches and the average annual snowfall is 22.7 inches.

Building

Building Type
Multi-Family
Floor Count
2

Financial

Transportation

Subway Access

Prospect Ave & Reeve Pl
F
2 min

Taxi Stats

The typical wait time for a taxi is
20
minutes at Vanderbilt Street and East 4th Street

Commute Stats

The common time to leave for work in this neighborhood is
8:00 AM to 8:29 AM
The most common way to commute in this neighborhood is
Subway
There are
0
Citi Bike Stations within 3 blocks of
The percent of households with at least one car in this area is
56%

Your Commute Times

Local Quality

Street Trees

597 street trees within a block of

75 street trees is typical around buildings in Brooklyn

Demographics

Census at a Glance

The median age is
37
Years Old
The most common education level in this area is
Bachelor's Degree
Households with children are
37%
of all households in this area
The percent of people in this area who are married is
52%

Political

This Building is
83%
registered Democrat
The Area is
69%
registered Democrat

Weather & Natural Disasters