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You're idea of best density please

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Which Southern city has the best density? Just an opinion from everyone is what is hoped for. If you have photos to state your argument, let's see them also.
 

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Do you mean which city has the most dense downtown, or just general density city wide?
Most people on here assumes a downtown defines the city. So I think that would be the smart way to go.
 

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Definetly Miami. The city itself is extremely dense, but even suburbs like where I live Hialeah, Sweetwater, North Bay Village, and Miami Beach are even more dense than Miami then other suburbs like Aventura and Sunny Isles are not as dense but still more dense than most american cities.
 

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Sorry, Vulcan, but I must disagree completely. Place B-ham up against places like NOLA, Miami, Charlotte, etc... I just don't think it holds up against those cities. If speaking of street density, there are other old cities that could easily make the list, such as Charleston and Savannah.
 

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PEOPLE. Stop voting for your own cities! I'm glad you think whatever little corner of joy you've got is dense or whatever. You need your head examined if you're one of the people that voted for Birmingham, Louisville, Charlotte, and also..let's stop with the Miami worship.

Let's get real here. New Orleans hands down.
 

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Have to go with the very old city of New Orleans.

Great pics of Birmingham. I believe Birmingham, like Oklahoma City, is a very underated city.
 

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Population Density

Charleston: 996 /sq mi
Nashville: 1,167 /sq mi
Birmingham: 1,510 /sq mi
Savannah: 1,759 /sq mi
Memphis: 2,327 /sq mi
Austin: 2,396 /sq mi
Charlotte: 2,516 /sq mi
New Orleans: 2,518 /sq mi
Tampa: 2,969.6 /sq mi
Richmond: 3,211 /sq mi
Dallas: 3,605 /sq mi
Atlanta: 3,690 /sq mi
Houston: 3,701 /sq mi
St. Petersburg, Fl: 4,162 /sq mi
Sweetwater, Fl: 5,336 /sq mi
Key Biscayne, Fl: 7,718 /sq mi
Hallandale Beach, Fl: 8,143 /sq mi
West Miami, Fl: 8,204/ sq mi
Surfside, Fl: 9,272/ sq mi
Aventura, Fl: 9,344 /sq mi
Bal Harbour, Fl: 11,073 /sq mi
Miami: 11,554 /sq mi
Hialeah, Fl: 11,767 /sq mi
Miami Beach, Fl: 12,502 /sq mi
Bay Harbor Islands, Fl: 12,535 /sq mi
Sunny Isles Beach, Fl: 15,231 /sq mi
North Bay Village, Fl: 24,266 /sq mi


Philly: 10,882.8 /sq mi
Boston: 12,327 /sq mi
Chicago: 12,470 /sq mi
City of New York: 27,083 /sq mi
 
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