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Downtown, Memphis

The neighborhood of Downtown is part of the city of Memphis, Tennessee.

Downtown offers an extensive selection of green spaces to enjoy. Access to green spaces in the neighborhood, like Kansas Park and Mud Island Park, is easy since there are approximately 10 of them close by for residents to relax in. Finally, due to the presence of few people out and about on the streets, this area remains relatively quiet; however noise levels are higher closer to Interstate 40, US Highway 70 or one of the railway lines.

The median year of construction for houses in Downtown is 1965. In this neighborhood, around 45% of buildings are single detached homes, and large apartment buildings and small apartment buildings are also present in the housing stock. About two thirds of the dwellings in the neighborhood are occupied by renters while owners occupy the remainder. This part of Memphis has quite a good variety of housing sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms.

In this neighborhood, residents will generally be able to get to primary as well as high schools by walking. In addition to public schools, there are private elementary and high schools. When it comes to food, it is straightforward to get to the closest supermarket on foot from any location in this neighborhood. There are over 100 groceries in this area, and the best variety can be found on streets like G E Patterson Avenue. There are also a limited number of opportunities for those who care about close by restaurants and cafes.

The car is usually the favored way to navigate Downtown. It is especially convenient to find a parking spot, and nearby highways, such as Interstate 40, are very easy to drive to from any location in Downtown. In contrast, walking in Downtown is not very common, even though many daily errands can be run without the use of a vehicle.

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