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[Editor’s Note: These polls have closed. Try clicking on over to the finals.]

And now we have four. The semi-finalists in the 2015 Broken Sidewalk Neighborhood Derby are some of Louisville’s most beloved hotspots—the Highlands,Clifton / Crescent Hill, Butchertown / Nulu, and Old Louisville. They are also some of the city’s most walkable. Coincidence? Doubtful.

Our third round of voting saw some very close matches—and a number of upsets. Our last #NabeDerby champ, New Albany, was soundly defeated by Old Louisville; Phoenix Hill and Irish Hill fell dramatically to the Highlands; Germantown and Schnitzelburg lost out to Butchertown and Nulu; and Downtown fell to Clifton and Crescent Hill. Dramatic stuff.

Results from the last round of voting. Click to enlarge.
Results from the last round of voting. Click to enlarge.

Our second-to-last round of voting pairs last round’s winners in what’s sure to be a heated race. Cast your vote below. These polls will be open until midnight on Monday, April 13.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Well, here are the Wikipedia popularity rankings for these neighborhoods from March. Make of it what you will…

    Old Louisville – #457
    The Highlands – #674
    Butchertown – over #1,000 / Nulu (East Market District) – #939
    Clifton – over #1,000 / Crescent Hill – over #1,000

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