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Population (year 2000): 7,801. Estimated population in July 2005: 7,580 (-2.8% change)
Males: 3,944 (50.6%), Females: 3,857 (49.4%)
Median resident age: 38.4 years
Median household income: $62,515 (year 2000)
Median house value: $108,800 (year 2000)
Grand Rapids, WI residents, houses, and apartments details
Races in Grand Rapids:
- White Non-Hispanic (97.2%)
- Hispanic (0.8%)
- American Indian (0.7%)
Ancestries: German (52.3%), Polish (15.4%), Irish (13.2%), Norwegian (10.0%), English (7.3%), French (5.0%).
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For population 25 years and over in Grand Rapids
- High school or higher: 94.7%
- Bachelor's degree or higher: 27.6%
- Graduate or professional degree: 9.1%
- Unemployed: 4.1%
- Mean travel time to work: 16.5 minutes
For population 15 years and over in Grand Rapids town
- Never married: 20.0%
- Now married: 70.7%
- Separated: 0.9%
- Widowed: 2.9%
- Divorced: 5.5%
1.7% Foreign born
Population change in the 1990s: +840 (+12.1%).
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Single-family new house construction building permits:
- 1996: 46 buildings, average cost: $1,154,300
- 1997: 66 buildings, average cost: $117,900
- 1998: 66 buildings, average cost: $132,700
- 2000: 37 buildings, average cost: $146,500
- 2001: 31 buildings, average cost: $152,100
- 2002: 37 buildings, average cost: $141,200
- 2003: 24 buildings, average cost: $162,900
- 2004: 29 buildings, average cost: $153,400
Grand Rapids compared to Wisconsin state average:
- Black race population percentage significantly below state average.
- Hispanic race population percentage significantly below state average.
- Foreign-born population percentage below state average.
- Renting percentage significantly below state average.
- House age below state average.
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