Burdine, Kentucky Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population and steets of Burdine City are listed below. They can be used for comparison purposes to see how close they are to other cities and towns in the area. For example, you can compare how close a city is to Burdine City to Cincinnati, KY and Louisville, KY. There are several major cities and towns that are within 93 miles of Burdine.

The name "Burdine" comes from the landscape in Brittany, which was inhabited by people from the Medieval period. It is believed that the Burdines first lived in this region and held their family seat there. However, as the city grew and developed, the Burdines had to relocate their operations to a larger area. Their original location in Miami was in Bartow, Florida, which at that time had a population of about one hundred and twenty.

The USPS uses a default name for each ZIP code. For example, ZIP Code 41517 refers to BURDINE, KY. It is a five-digit code, with the last four digits designating a "segment," or a side of a street, apartment, or other structure. It also has a corresponding street address, so you can use it to search for a place to live.

The Burdines name was changed to "Burdines, Inc." in November 1925, when it went public. It used the proceeds from the stock offering to expand and gain working capital. The store's success in Miami and the surrounding areas caused other department store chains to move to Florida. The store expanded, eventually becoming a six-story structure with nearly 70,000 square feet of retail space. It also expanded its store and opened new stores in 1925 and 1928.