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Census Tract 12, Kenosha, Wisconsin
Census Tract 12 is a Low-Income CommunityOpportunity Zone located in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
This 0.7 square milecensus tract has a population of approximately 4,300and is one of 3 Opportunity Zones in Kenosha County.
The adjacent map shows the location of this Opportunity Zone in Wisconsin.
Census Tract 12 Demographics
The charts below illustrate how this Opportunity Zone compares to the broader city, county, and state on various socioeconomic indicators:
Median Household Income
This Opportunity Zone has a median household incomeof approximately $40,000, which is 37% lowerthan the median household income for the state of Wisconsin of $64,000.
The percentage of households below the poverty line in this Opportunity Zone is 30%, which is 20% higherthan the rate for the state of Wisconsin of 10%.
Median Home Value
This Opportunity Zone has a median home valueof approximately $110,000, which is 45% lowerthan the median home value for the state of Wisconsin of $200,000.
This Opportunity Zone has a percentage of population with high school diplomaof approximately 79%, which is 14% lowerthan the rate for the state of Wisconsin of 93%.
This Opportunity Zone has a median ageof approximately 30, which is 25% lowerthan the median age for the state of Wisconsin of 40.
Wisconsin OZ Funds
There are 2QOZ Fundsin the OpportunityDb database with an investment objective that specifically identify Wisconsinas a target market. Additional OZ funds may also invest in Wisconsin; see a complete list of Opportunity Zone Funds here.
There are no Opportunity Zone Funds in the OpportunityDb databasewith a focus specifically on Wisconsin properties.