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Hamburg, New York, 14075
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Hamburg, New York (not Germany, folks, but still pretty cool)
Did you know that esteemed theater director and playwright George Abbott lived in Hamburg, New York? You’ll be doing a song and dance yourself should you rent one of this town’s fine apartments. Hamburg, New York offers great schools, parks, entertainment, and community events. With so many things to do and nice people to meet, you’ll be “On the Town” in no time in Hamburg. Get here before the apartment-seeking curtain closes. Pack your bags – and don’t forget your tap shoes.
A Friendly Town
What industry built the town you currently reside in? The railroad? Steel? Computer chips? Rent one of Hamburg, New York’s fine apartments and you’ll be living in “…the town that friendship built.” And you’ll have no problem making friends either. Hamburg boasts a population of 56,259 as of the 2000 census. Should you have a complaint, Hamburg residents will do everything within their power to remedy it. In its early history, the Hamburg Town board actually placed a bounty on wolf hides when residents complained of wolves bothering them. Not only do Hamburg residents look out for one another, but they look out for the environment as well (believe it or not, given that wolf story). In the 1970s, Hamburg became one of the first towns in the country to require curbside recycling. Rent in Hamburg and start building a friendship you’ll treasure forever. Take note: You can’t ask Hamburg to be your best man or maid of honor.
Show some love for Hamburg and celebrate its most famous creation at the Hamburg Burger Fest. Hamburg claims (perhaps incorrectly, but we’re not here to pick bones) to be “the birthplace of the hamburger,” and the Burger Fest is one fun pat on the back. With cooking demos, car shows, live music, crafts, quizzes, and plenty of burgers, it’s a community event served fresh. The hamburger is not Hamburg’s only claim to fame. Hamburg is also the site of the second-largest county fair in the country: the Erie County Fair. Enjoy food, crafts, horse shows, flower shoes, music, 70 rides, 100, games, and plenty more smiling faces at this annual event. Still hungry? Visit the Hamburg Farmers’ Market from early May to early November and get your fill on local produce, baked goods, meats, flowers, and more. Rent one of Hamburg’s fine apartments and treat yourself to fun 365 days a year. Eating 365 burgers a year, however, might not be the best idea.
Antiques and Pet Treats
Want to buy a friendship bracelet for your new Hamburg friend (or a gold bracelet for yourself)? Hamburg is home to numerous stores for your shopping pleasure. Care to bike around this beautiful town? Stop by Eric's Cycle Works and cycle through its selection of bicycles. Looking for some fine antiques to spruce up your apartment? Stop by Robert J. Perry Antiques and get your vintage fix. Head over to Clydes Feed & Animal Center and pick up some treats for your favorite furry friend. Throwing an apartment warming party? Pick up a bottle of bubbly from Brierwood Wine & Spirits and you’re sure to have a night to remember (and subsequently forget.) No matter what product or service you need, you’re sure to find it in Hamburg. And if you really care about your new friend, you can even get him or her a matching gold friendship bracelet.
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What's a good neighborhood for families in Hamburg?
Good neighborhoods for families hinge on safety and high-quality public education. The top three safest neighborhoods in Hamburg, all located on the north side of the city, are Bay View / Athol Springs, Mount Vernon / Locksley Park, and Big Tree. The top three neighborhoods for education are Forest Glen, Village Center, and Armor / Water Valley. Since the same schools serve the whole town, education doesn't play a huge role in differentiating neighborhoods. Families looking at Aberdeen should choose whether they want to live downtown, in a more suburban area, or in the more rural parts of Aberdeen. The suburban and rural areas generally offer more yard space for children to play.
How much are utilities in Hamburg?
With hot summers and cold winters in Hamburg, monthly utilities will vary drastically by season. The gas bill will be highest in winter, when the heat will be used without fail, and the electric bill will be highest in summer (if you're using air conditioning, that is). Also, it depends on the size of your house or apartment, the number of people living in your unit, and whether or not heat is included. On average a family of three can expect gas and electric combined to cost about $130 per month. Electric should generally cost $90 a month on average, gas should run about $40 a month, and water/sewer should cost about $35 a month.
What kinds of job opportunities are available in Hamburg?
Located just south of Buffalo, much of Hamburg's economy reflects that of the larger city. The top two industries in the region are education, which employs 14 percent of Hamburg's workforce, and health care, which employs another 14 percent of Hamburg's workers. The next major industry is manufacturing, with 12 percent, followed by retail (11 percent), accommodation (7 percent), professional, scientific, and technical services (7 percent), public service (6 percent), finance (5 percent), transportation (4 percent), wholesale (4 percent), administration (2 percent), and information technology (2 percent). Thus, Hamburg is neither predominantly white-collar nor blue-collar.