How Jax Compares: The Different Faces of Density

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Density comes in all shapes, forms and sizes. Here's how some of Jacksonville's most popular neighborhoods compare in density with select walkable neighborhoods in well known American cities.

Chinatown - Manhattan, NY (Census tract 8)
Population per square mile, 2010: 122,462.3



Brickell Key - Miami, FL (Census tract 6707)
Population per square mile, 2010: 57,566.2



North Beach - San Francisco, CA (Census tract 106)
Population per square mile, 2010: 53,868.7



Columbia Heights - Washington, DC (Census tract 36)
Population per square mile, 2010: 35,668.8



Society Hill - Philadelphia, PA (Census tract 1001)
Population per square mile, 2010: 29,388.7



Lakeview - Chicago, IL (Census tract 604)
Population per square mile, 2010: 26,853.9



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