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15 largest midwestern cities by population within radius

Postby Stargazer » Sun Feb 01, 2015 11:32 pm

Interesting post I came across on skyscraperpage.com...

Here are the midwest's 15 largest cities ranked by population within a certain radius from each city's respective city hall (2010 census numbers).

Within 1 mile of city hall:
1. Chicago: 63,120
2. Minneapolis: 31,036
3. Milwaukee: 21,587
4. Cincinnati: 17,681
5. St. Louis: 17,359
6. Grand Rapids: 16,099
7. Omaha: 15,582
8. Indianapolis: 14,058
9. Kansas City: 13,709
10. Akron: 12,479
11. Cleveland: 9,471
12. Dayton: 9,182
13. Detroit: 8,709
14. Toledo: 8,304
15. Columbus: 7,416


Within 2 miles of city hall:
1. Chicago: 181,714
2. Minneapolis: 123,526
3. Milwaukee: 86,261
4. Grand Rapids: 75,613
5. Cincinnati: 65,264
6. Omaha: 56,244
7. Toledo: 55,739
8. Akron: 53,715
9. Columbus: 49,667
10. Indianapolis: 45,079
11. Dayton: 41,053
12. St. Louis: 40,184
13. Kansas City: 32,900
14. Detroit: 32,810
15. Cleveland: 32,193


Within 3 miles of city hall:
1. Chicago: 318,522
2. Minneapolis: 228,927
3. Milwaukee: 208,776
4. Cincinnati: 138,235
5. Columbus: 134,826
6. Grand Rapids: 127,535
7. Akron: 122,395
8. Omaha: 113,044
9. Indianapolis: 102,412
10. Dayton: 101,817
11. Toledo: 94,058
12. St. Louis: 94,038
13. Kansas City: 77,388
14. Cleveland: 64,721
15. Detroit: 64,046


Within 4 miles of city hall:
1. Chicago: 508,949
2. Minneapolis: 325,198
3. Milwaukee: 319,111
4. Columbus: 221,466
5. Cincinnati: 205,624
6. Grand Rapids: 184,887
7. Akron: 177,674
8. Omaha: 168,724
9. Toledo: 166,569
10. Indianapolis: 166,266
11. St. Louis: 160,117
12. Kansas City: 155,802
13. Dayton: 152,789
14. Cleveland: 139,945
15. Detroit: 109,104


Within 5 miles of city hall:
1. Chicago: 764,400
2. Minneapolis: 448,499
3. Milwaukee: 438,629
4. Cincinnati: 315,665
5. Columbus: 314,557
6. Omaha: 253,723
7. St. Louis: 251,432
8. Grand Rapids: 247,473
9. Indianapolis: 240,970
10. Akron: 227,825
11. Cleveland: 227,309
12. Kansas City: 216,483
13. Dayton: 214,614
14. Toledo: 213,529
15. Detroit: 198,341

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Re: 15 largest midwestern cities by population within radius

Postby TitosBuritoBarn » Thu Feb 12, 2015 4:18 pm

It's interesting how well Milwaukee ranks given that Lake Michigan occupies so much of the area between 2-5 miles of City Hall.
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Re: 15 largest midwestern cities by population within radius

Postby MTO » Mon Feb 16, 2015 3:54 pm

TitosBuritoBarn wrote:It's interesting how well Milwaukee ranks given that Lake Michigan occupies so much of the area between 2-5 miles of City Hall.


The lake also occupies so much of the suburbs as well.
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Re: 15 largest midwestern cities by population within radius

Postby Linkin5 » Mon Feb 16, 2015 10:05 pm

MTO wrote:
TitosBuritoBarn wrote:It's interesting how well Milwaukee ranks given that Lake Michigan occupies so much of the area between 2-5 miles of City Hall.


The lake also occupies so much of the suburbs as well.


What?

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Re: 15 largest midwestern cities by population within radius

Postby skinzfan23 » Tue Feb 17, 2015 8:40 am

Linkin5 wrote:
MTO wrote:
TitosBuritoBarn wrote:It's interesting how well Milwaukee ranks given that Lake Michigan occupies so much of the area between 2-5 miles of City Hall.


The lake also occupies so much of the suburbs as well.


What?

I think what he is trying to say is that the lake takes up a large portion of area where there is no chance for population.

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Re: 15 largest midwestern cities by population within radius

Postby Louie » Tue Feb 17, 2015 11:09 am

The lake also occupies so much of the suburbs as well.[/quote]

What?[/quote]
I think what he is trying to say is that the lake takes up a large portion of area where there is no chance for population.[/quote]

No chance?

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Re: 15 largest midwestern cities by population within radius

Postby Seth » Tue Feb 17, 2015 3:01 pm

Louie wrote:The lake also occupies so much of the suburbs as well.


What?[/quote]
I think what he is trying to say is that the lake takes up a large portion of area where there is no chance for population.[/quote]

No chance?

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