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Bradley, Louisville

Bradley is a neighborhood two miles southeast of downtown Louisville, Kentucky, USA, and immediately east of the University of Louisville. The housing stock is mostly brick exterior craftsman style homes. Its boundaries are Eastern Parkway, Preston Highway, the Norfolk Southern Railway tracks, and I-65.

Demographics

As of 2000, the population of Bradley was 1,796,[1] of which 90% was white, 3.3% was black, 6% was listed as other, and 0.6% was Hispanic. College graduates are 24.8% of the population, people without a high school degree are 13.7%, people with 1+ years of college without a degree are 9.3%. Females are 50.1% of the population while males are 49.9%.

References

  1. ^ "Community Resource Network". Retrieved 2005-11-18. 

External links

  • Street map of Bradley


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