São Paulo’s population grew 1.7%, but that of Barra Funda increased 132% in 12 years

São Paulo’s population grew 1.7%, but that of Barra Funda increased 132% in 12 years

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For the first time, the IBGE 2022 Census shows how the occupation of the city of São Paulo changed between 2010 and 2022. In more than half of the 96 districts in São Paulo there was a drop or stagnation in the population. Jardim das Perdizes Park was opened in 2016 in the Barra Funda district. Several residential towers were launched around it Rodrigo Rodriges/G1 The city of São Paulo recorded a slight increase of 1.7% in its population between 2010 and 2022, but this variation occurred very differently between the different neighborhoods. Data from the 2022 Demographic Census released this Thursday morning (21) show that, while most districts had a drop or stagnation in population, the district of Barra Funda, in the West Zone, recorded an increase of 132.5% in residents, which highest growth of all 96 districts. Click here to subscribe to the g1 SP channel on WhatsApp 📈 In 2010, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) showed that 14,383 people lived in Barra Funda, a district that borders Marginal Tietê, Avenida Pacaembu to Rua Turiassú, Rua Palestra Itália, Rua Carlos Vicari and Avenida Santa Marina. In 2022, there were already 33,436 inhabitants in the region, which is crossed by Avenida Marquês de São Vicente and includes the Memorial da América Latina and the new Jardim das Perdizes neighborhood. 📉 Bela Vista, in the Center, on the other hand, recorded the biggest drop, of 13.6%, followed by Alto de Pinheiros, in the West Zone, which lost 13.4% of its population. In 2010, there were 69,460 inhabitants in Bela Vista, but the most recent data record a drop of almost 10 thousand residents: 60,024. The most populous district continues to be Grajaú, with 384,873 inhabitants, an increase of 6.7% compared to 2010 data. In this district alone there are more people than 98% of Brazilian cities. Compare the variation in residents of each district of the city below: Population by district of the capital According to Jefferson Mariano, an analyst at IGem São Paulo, the reasons for this evolution vary according to each district of the capital. 2022 Census: more than half of the Brazilian population lives up to 150 km from the coast Verticalization and emptying According to Jefferson Mariano, an IBGE analyst in São Paulo, the reasons for this evolution vary according to each district of the capital. The Barra Funda case “is an outlier”, according to him. “Barra Funda really went through this process of verticalization, expansion of new housing units and the replacement of some warehouses with large sets of housing units, in the apartment format,” said Mariano. He highlights that many districts have undergone vertical integration, such as Bela Vista and Consolação, but with small apartments that accommodate few inhabitants. “There is also a process of verticalization and many buildings going up, many of them studios.” Violence, according to him, also explains the process of emptying some districts like Bela Vista. “In general, in the city of São Paulo, there is a perception of the issue of the emptying of the center, of the issue of violence. This probably also had an impact on some peripheral districts”, says the IBGE analyst. “There are two important examples here on the outskirts of São Paulo. There is Cidade Tiradentes, which underwent a significant reduction, and Brasilândia as well. So, it is possible that it has a relationship with this aspect. And in the case of the central region, it is something that has been observed for some years, and the Census confirmed this information.” The five districts of the capital with the greatest population variation were Barra Funda, Marsilac, Vila Andrade, Brás and Belém Ana Carolina Moreno and Wil Nogueira/TV Globo From Freguesia do Ó to Barra Funda When IBGE collected data from the 2010 Demographic Census, the Administrator Valdir Cardoso de Barros still lived in a house in Freguesia do Ó and didn’t even think about living in the apartment he ended up buying in Barra Funda, on the other side of the Tietê River, in the expanded center of the capital. It would just be an investment, but a traumatic experience changed everything. “I moved here when this complex was being created. It was in 2016 that this was launched here. I ended up buying it in 2017. It was when I suffered a robbery at home and ended up choosing to have a little more security. I ended up moving to an apartment. And here today, we feel completely safe.” I’ve lived in the neighborhood for eight years now. Since then, Valdir has become the manager of the building where he lives and another tower, also in Barra Funda. During that time, he saw the region’s population growth up close. “The Barra Funda region is a region that is growing tremendously,” he explains. “We notice this around the neighborhood of Pompeia, Perdizes, Água Branca… New developments are really coming.” One of the reasons, in the opinion of the property manager, has to do with the privileged location. “It is a central location, exit from several access points. From the Castelo Branco, Anhanguera, Bandeirantes highways. So, an easy access point for anyone here.” The districts with the biggest population drop between the 2010 Census and the 2022 Census are Bela Vista, Alto de Pinheiros, São Miguel, Artur Alvim and Vila Medeiros Ana Carolina Moreno and Wil Nogueira/TV Globo Average number of residents per household The IBGE also released this Thursday the average number of residents per occupied private household. Browse the map below showing the average per census sector, which are the parts of the territory covered by teams of census takers in 2022: *Kayan Albertin, Guilherme Luiz Pinheiro and Wil Nogueira collaborated

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