Where to Start Your Next School in NYC

When deciding where to start your new school, child care facility, or any business relating to children, step number one should be looking at all the demographic data you can get your hands on. Would you rather place a new facility in an area with increasing demand, or decreasing demand? We have included a map below from the New York Times which outlines the fastest growing neighborhoods in the city for children 9 & younger. if you notice, outside of Manhattan the majority of neighborhoods have seen either no change or a decrease in children 9 & younger over the past decade.

Some of the fastest growing neighborhoods include:

  • Battery Park City has grown 129% in the past decade.
  • Lincoln Square Grew 51%.
  • Cobble Hill Grew 31%.
Use this as a starting spot in your research of where to open your new facility.

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