The first round of the 2015 Broken Sidewalk Neighborhood Derby pitted some of the strongest neighborhoods against each other for an epic first round of voting. The results are in and the top seeds prevailed: New Albany is holding tight to its crown, taking down Suburban Town Centers like Norton Commons with 85 percent of the vote; Downtown prevailed over St. Matthews with 81 percent; Butchertown and Nulu raked in 77 percent of the vote to beat SoBro and Limerick; and finally, the Highlands toppled Portland and Shippingport with 77 percent of the vote.
Next up, we have what’s sure to be a heated round of voting: Old Louisville goes up against the West Louisville neighborhoods of Russell, Park Hill, and California; Crescent Hill, Clifton, and Clifton Heights team up against Jeffersonville and Clarksville; Beechmont and South Louisville head to battle against Phoenix Hill and Irish Hill; and German Paristown and Schnitzelburg challenge next-door-neighbors Shelby Park and Smoketown.
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And take a look at the full 2015 Broken Sidewalk Neighborhood Derby lineup below:
Download your own bracket here.