Zip 22314 (Alexandria, VA) People


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22314 Alexandria, VA is a vibrant community with a population of 32,991 and a population density of 8,950 people per square mile. This area is known for its close proximity to Washington D.C., while still maintaining a small-town atmosphere. Local businesses in 22314 Alexandria include Port City Brewing Company, Theismann's Restaurant & Sports Bar, and Columbia Firehouse. Year-round outdoor activities can be enjoyed at nearby Potomac Yard Park and Fort Ward Park. Other organizations in the area offer events such as the Winter Art Festival hosted by the Torpedo Factory Art Center. If you are looking for some local sporting events in 22314 Alexandria, consider attending an Old Dominion University football game or watching the Washington Nationals play baseball at nearby Nationals Park.

The population in Alexandria (zip 22314) is 32,991. There are 8,675 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Alexandria (zip 22314) is 39, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in Alexandria (zip 22314) is 1.9, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in Alexandria (zip 22314)
- 48.7% are married
- 12.0% are divorced
- 22.7% are married with children
- 11.6% have children, but are single
Race in Alexandria (zip 22314)

- 71.4% are White
- 14.8% are Black
- 4.0% are Asian
- 0.1% are Native American
- 0.4% claim Other
- 6.4% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 2.9% Two or more races
- 0.0% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

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This is a friendly, beautiful yet quaint town. Lots to do if you are a sports enthusiast: sailing kayaking biking tennis and great health clubs. Great arts district  More

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Over 15 years ago

The houses here are small because this section of Alexandria is historically preserved (which means its also kind of expensive) but it's a very nice neighborhood, I feel  More

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We live in the Carlyle area of Old Town Alexandria. It's a neighborhood that caters well to the yuppie population, and the late 20 to 30-somethings, with a growing  More

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