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Old 10-16-2010, 03:06 AM
 
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Hi,
My name is Rhonda and I found a discussion thread here called "richest" areas/suburbs louisville

I'm trying to work on a business plan for school and we need to create a target market

I've figured out that Anchorage, Prospect, Lake Forest, Indian Hills, Glenview, and Mockingbird Valleys would be good

Are these all in one area? Are they close to one another -- is their a larger "sub area" of louisville I could call this entire area in my plan -- like "West East end. . . etc??

ANY and all responses would be appreciated, I'm working away here trying to understand louisville a little better, being from Southern, Indiana myself.

thanks,
Rhonda Cawthorn
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Old 10-16-2010, 05:55 AM
 
Location: Prospect, KY
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Tom should be able to help you - he is a realtor and knows this area very well.
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Old 12-31-2010, 10:30 PM
 
Location: Cherokee Gardens, Louisville
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All of these areas (Anchorage, Prospect, Indian Hills, Lake Forest) can be referred to as the "East End." However, not all east end homes can be thought of equally. For example, Lake Forest as well as the Polo Fields are cheaper, cookie cutter houses for more of a middle class crowd whereas Cherokee Gardens, Glenview, and Indian Hills are historic, beautifully designed, expensive homes for significantly wealthier, more high class families making $500,000 a year at the low end. It is in these neighborhoods that you will find well known doctors, businessmen, surgeons, and such. In terms of narrowing down a region, think of neighborhoods along River Road beginning near Mockingbird Valley as well as a decent number of Highlands and Cherokee Park neighborhoods instead of anything like Lake Forest.
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Old 01-03-2011, 04:36 PM
 
Location: Louisville KY Metro area
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Tom should be able to help you - he is a realtor and knows this area very well.
Thanks Cat! I appreciate your confidence. I shall try.
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Old 01-03-2011, 04:40 PM
 
Location: Louisville KY Metro area
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Rhonda, I am not certain if you are looking to target a geographic area or a socio-economic area. Geographically, all but Anchorage and Lake Forest are within a "stones throw" of the Ohio River with most NE point being about 5 miles from the most SW point. If you are looking socio-economic then all your named communities should be included as the highest per capita zones of the metro-Louisville area.

You are welcome to direct mail me for further info. I will happily provide you with more contact numbers, etc. keeping in the spirit of this forum's TOS.
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Old 01-03-2011, 07:54 PM
 
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Rhonda, I am not certain if you are looking to target a geographic area or a socio-economic area. Geographically, all but Anchorage and Lake Forest are within a "stones throw" of the Ohio River with most NE point being about 5 miles from the most SW point. If you are looking socio-economic then all your named communities should be included as the highest per capita zones of the metro-Louisville area.

You are welcome to direct mail me for further info. I will happily provide you with more contact numbers, etc. keeping in the spirit of this forum's TOS.
Another good source of data for this is Melissa DATA Corp
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