Braddock is a suburb of Pittsburgh; its population decreased by half between 1950 and 1970 from a high of 16,000. It has dropped since then to the current population of 4,500.
Eighteen percent of the housing units in Braddock are vacant.
The average value of a single-family home is $21,000.
Today, no public schools are within Braddock.
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