20001 Zip Code

Preferred / Primary City

Washington, District of Columbia

Current Time

America/New York Time Zone

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Cities within the 20001 Zip Code

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Preferred / Primary City

Washington, DC

20001 Zip Code Overview & Information

The 20001 zip code population is larger (49,040) than the country average (11,077). The median rental unit is priced at $2,269, while current homes retain a median home value of $753,100. The 20001 zip code has a median income of $126,290, with 13.3% of the population living at or below the poverty line.

You can use the information below to better understand the population, household, and financial statistics for the 20001 Zip Code if you are considering a move to the area, or just want to get a better overview of the Washington, DC area.

Type
Zip Code Type

Standard

County
County

District of Columbia

Population
Population

49,040

Population Density
Population Density

23,922 people per sq. mi.

Households
Households

28,128

Median Home Value
Median Home Value

$753,100

Nedian Rent
Median Rent

$2,269

Median Income
Median Income

$126,290

Poverty
% in Poverty

13.3%

Land Area
Land Area

2.05 sq. mi.

Water Area
Water Area

0.06 sq. mi.

Latitude and Longitude
Latitude & Longitude

38.91, -77.02

20001 Zip Code Demographics

The people living in the 20001 zip code are predominantly White, with a large percentage of Black / African American individuals. The largest age group are people in their 20s, while the number of middle aged adults (those in their 40s - 60s) make up 24% of the population. The highest education level in the 20001 zip code is primarily a High School Degree, with a large percentage of the population earning a Bachelor's Degree and Graduate Degree.

* The data displayed below is provided by the US Census Bureau

Estimated Population Over the Years

The chart below represents the population changes over the years between 2005 to 2020 in the 20001 Zip Code.

Age Groups

Gender

Male 24,028 49%
Female 25,012 51%

Education

HS Graduate 93.22%
Bachelor's Degree 73.83%
Graduate Degree 42.23%

Race

White 23,645 43.45%
Black / African American 14,499 26.64%
Native / Alaskan American 217 0.4%
Asian 4,128 7.59%
Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 48 0.09%
Latino / Hispanic 5,381 9.89%
Other 2,279 4.19%
Two or More Races 4,224 7.76%