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Bradenton is located in Manatee County in the state of Florida. Bradenton is the county seat and the largest city in the county. Zip codes used in this city are 34205, 34208, and 34209.
There are approximately 52,769 people who call Bradenton home. With a total land area of 12.1 square miles, the population density for this area is average. The median household income is an estimated $41,471. The median home value is an estimated $125,391.
We’ve touched on some of the statistics related to Bradenton, but there is much more to this city than the numbers we’re reporting! Bradenton is a diverse city that supports a thriving arts community. Founded in 1999, The Village of the Arts is home to residents and business owners who’ve worked together to restore an area that was once neglected. You’ll find a variety of crafting areas devoted to book making, basket weaving, pottery, painting, glass making, photography, silversmith work, jewelry design, woodcarving, and more. You’ll also find a number of restaurants, cafes, and bakeries.
Residents of Bradenton enjoy beautiful weather year-round. This allows them to make good use of the many parks in the area. Parks in Bradenton include Lewis Park, Love Park, Ballard Park, Martin Luther King Jr. Park, Glazier-Gates Park, Manatee Mineral Springs Park, Park at Olde Westfield, 28th Street Park, and 17th Avenue West Park. Parks are open daily from 7 AM – 9 PM.
We can’t talk about parks without mentioning the Riverwalk. This is a 1.5-mile park in the downtown Bradenton area. Amazing sculptures tell creative stories, and there are plenty of places to sit and relax along the walkway. With the Manatee River as a backdrop, the Riverwalk is a favorite social place for residents and visitors. Other features include a boat dock, botanical walk, fun zone, fishing pier, and discovery zone.
Bradenton is a progressive community and supports those who choose to use electric powered vehicles. There are several charging stations located throughout the city. In fact, when it comes to parking your car, Bradenton leads the pack when it comes to amenities. Parking permits can be purchased on a monthly basis, or you can choose to use one of the free spots downtown. Keep in mind that these spots usually have time limits.
Your real estate agent is the best source for information about the community. Contact TeamWorks at 941-779-5149.