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Ludlow Population: 814

Total Males: 396
Total Females: 418
Median Household Income: $39,286
Total Households: 396

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Brief Information About Ludlow


The town of Ludlow is located in the County of Windsor. It has a total area of about 93 sq. km. Ludlow is located at an elevation of 1068 ft. above the sea level. Due to the presence of a pro-business climate, industries related to real estate continues to locate themselves within the city. The economic development of the city revolves around industries involved in  medicine, automotive, beverage, construction and home improvement, finance, freight forwarding, lubrication, petroleum and information technology. The local farming community helps in the growth and development of restaurants, fruit and vegetable shops and florists. Commercial spaces are available for pizza shops, wine shops and bars.



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