Living, Demographics and Costs
As you fine tune your budget before moving, know that Spring Creek's cost of living is about 13% higher than in nearby Brooklyn. On average a household in Spring Creek spends $44.0K/year in total expenditures. Compare these expenses to those of Brooklyn, which come to around $39.1K/year.
The neighborhood of Brooklyn is somewhat different from Spring Creek in terms of median age and the percentage of households with children, although they are more comparable by household size. In Spring Creek the median age is 20, while in Brooklyn it's 34. In Spring Creek, the average household size is 2.49 inhabitants, and it's 2.92 inhabitants in Brooklyn. Of households in Spring Creek and Brooklyn, 62% and 32% have children, respectively.
The household median net income in Spring Creek is higher than that of households in Brooklyn. Its average household income is $50.5K/year. Compared to Brooklyn where the average income is $42.0K, there is a significantly higher concentration of people living comfortable lifestyles in Spring Creek.
The schools near the apartments in Spring Creek are Academy For Young Writers, Fda Viii Middle School and Starrett Early Learning Center. Due to the fact that school district boundaries do not necessarily line up with county lines, you should contact local school district representatives for more information on what schools serve the listed address for your apartment.
Food, Libations and Recreation
Residents in the Spring Creek area enjoy being close to a variety of restaurants for a night out or celebration. Some of those are Boulder Creek Steakhouses and Burger Your Way. Not to be overlooked when you're hungry, there are several chain restaurant options in the neighborhood, as well. Olive Garden Italian Restaurant and Red Lobster are both located in the neighborhood.