Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
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Electric Park residents take advantage of the area's delectable dining options, such as El Paso and Fort Street Chicken & Fish. Wendy's is located on Fort St.-- most convenient for when your craving can't be sated by anywhere else.
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Cost of Living and Select Demographics
In terms of affordability, Electric Park is not distinct from other metropolitan areas of Lincoln Park, such as Ecorse. The average household in Electric Park spends $37.5K/year, compared to Ecorse's $34.4K/year.
The neighborhood of Ecorse is somewhat different from Electric Park in terms of median age, although they are more comparable relative to household sizes and the number of households with children. The median age in Electric Park is 25, while in Ecorse it's 29. In Electric Park, the average household size is 2.28 people, and it's 2.67 people in Ecorse. Of households in Electric Park and Ecorse, 29% and 34% have children, respectively.
The household average income in Electric Park is higher than that of households in Ecorse, and more residents in Electric Park have earned post-secondary or advanced degrees than their neighbors in Ecorse. Its average household income is $39.6K/year while the median is $31,489. Compare this fact with Ecorse, where the average income is $34.1K and the median is $28,919. In addition to that, more people in Electric Park have attained a master's degree or higher.