Break down the demographic profiles of Madison's many neighborhoods.
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- With rich diversity and welcoming spirit, Burr Oaks has come a long way from troubled past
- University Hill Farms neighborhood features long-time residents, newcomers and development
- Allied Dunn's Marsh in the midst of a rebirth after years of decline
- Popular Marquette neighborhood offers festivals, eclectic Willy Street vibe
- Madison's Spring Harbor neighborhood offers a lush lakeshore oasis
- Eastmorland: Neighbors help neighbors on the East Side
- Regent neighborhood: Busy football Saturdays just part of life in scenic, historic area
- Bay Creek Neighborhood: 'A diverse and tolerant bunch of people'
- Greenbush neighborhood is still recollecting the days of old
- Elvehjem neighborhood: Residents value camaraderie, worry about closed grocery store
- Sherman neighborhood: Modest homes, a new grocery and a sense of camaraderie
- In Worthington Park, a diverse neighborhood see signs of hope despite scarce resources
- Tenney-Lapham surviving, even thriving, with new development
- Midvale Heights: 'I can't think of another place I'd like to live'
- Diversity the one constant in Madison's neighborhoods
- What area of Madison is the most liberal?
- Where you'll 'stay forever and wish it were longer': Madison's neighborhoods in 30 words
- Splendid isolation a draw for Madison's Lerdahl Park Neighborhood
- Nakoma's prestige is framed around the family home
- Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara neighborhood: 'Like Willy Street, grown up'
- Shady spots and quiet streets give Lake Edge neighborhood a rural feel in a busy city
- Food is the thread that runs through the Meadowood neighborhood