How many millennials live in each D.C. neighborhood?By Ted Mellnik, Katie Park and Laris Karklis The millennials influence changes across the District. They move into homes in neighborhoods that their grandparents’ generation may have left for the suburbs. They’re a prime target of the dozens of new apartments and condos, coffee shops and restaurants and other businesses that are remaking a central swath of the city from Capitol Hill to Columbia Heights.
The fastest-growing millennial populations
Areas with largest gains in population ages 23-34, from 2000 to 2010
SOURCE: U.S. Census, D.C. Office of Planning neighborhood clusters. GRAPHIC: Ted Mellnik, Katie Park and Laris Karklis.