46 Laight St

This Property At A Glance

In Tribeca

46 Laight St is located in Tribeca, a neighborhood in Other.

Wealthy Area

The median income in this area is $165,458, which is higher than typical for Manhattan.

46 Laight St is a 5-floor, 8-unit building in Manhattan's Tribeca.

The typical wait time for a taxi at 46 Laight St is 5 minutes.

As for the demographics around 46 Laight St, the median age is 35, 54% of residents are married, and 23% of residents have at least one child. The median individual full-time income is about $165,458 and about 45% of adults here have a bachelor's degree or higher. Registered voters in this building are 50% Democrat.

Regarding weather, the average summer temperature is 76.5°F, while the average winter temperature is 32.6°F. The average annual rainfall is 46.1 inches and the average annual snowfall is 25.8 inches.

Building

Unit Count
8
Floor Count
5

Elevators

Heading up during evening peak
Typical Lobby Wait Time
11
seconds
Travel Time From Lobby
22
seconds
Heading down during morning peak
Typical Floor Wait Time
12
seconds
Travel Time From Floor
22
seconds

Financial

Transportation

Taxi Stats

The typical wait time for a taxi is
5
minutes at Laight Street and Hudson Street
In a typical hour
29
available taxis pass by Laight Street and Hudson Street
In a typical hour
4
taxis pick up passengers at Laight Street and Hudson Street
In a typical hour
1
taxis drop off passengers at Laight Street and Hudson Street

Commute Stats

The common time to leave for work in this neighborhood is
9:00 AM to 9:59 AM
The most common way to commute in this neighborhood is
Subway
The percent of households with at least one car in this area is
36%

Your Commute Times

Demographics

Census at a Glance

The median age is
36
Years Old
The most common education level in this area is
Bachelor's Degree
Households with children are
23%
of all households in this area
The percent of people in this area who are married is
54%

Political

This Building is
50%
registered Democrat

Weather & Natural Disasters