Juniata (also known as Juniata Park) is a working class, predominantly Hispanic and Caucasian neighborhood in Northeast Philadelphia. It is located south of the Juniata Golf Club in Tacony Creek Park. It is bordered to the east by Frankford, to the west by Feltonville, and to the south by Harrowgate and Port Richmond. The neighborhood is bordered by G Street to the west, Juniata Park to the north, Tacony Creek to the east, and by SEPTA rail tracks to the south. Juniata shares the ZIP code of 19124 with the nearby neighborhood of Frankford.
The Market–Frankford Line elevated train stops in the neighborhood at the Erie-Torresdale Station, located at the intersection of Kensington, Erie, and Torresdale Avenues.
Over the past twenty years, Juniata transitioned from a predominantly working class Irish American community to a largely middle class Puerto Rican and Dominican community. As of 2010, the neighborhood was 59.6% Hispanic, 18.1% White, 14.5% Black, and 7.7% Asian and other. Source: (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juniata,_Philadelphia)
With an ever growing population of over 13,617 residents, the neighborhood boasts four different educational facilities and four highly regarded churches. (http://planphilly.com/neighborhoods/juniata-park)
Read more neighborhood data here: https://www.niche.com/places-to-live/n/juniata-park-philadelphia-pa/