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.



Channel District - Tampa, FL (Census tract 5301)
Population per square mile, 2010: 5,685.1



East Nashville - Nashville, TN (Census tract 192)
Population per square mile, 2010: 5,113.6



Jacksonville - Springfield (Census tract 11)
Population per square mile, 2010: 4,159.5







Jacksonville - Brooklyn/Riverside (north of east of King St) (Census tract 171)
Population per square mile, 2010: 3,967.3






Jacksonville - San Marco (Census tract 7)
Population per square mile, 2010: 3,444,6





Source: US Census Bureau: http://projects.nytimes.com/census/2010/map


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