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In general you do not hear noise from 75 in this area, but you or your representative should always view a particular unit to decide for yourself. What you think is noise may not be so to someone else. People also do not hear some regular noise after living somewhere for a while. Noise is one of those annoyances that are subjective.
As far as the sound wall question are you asking if you install a sound wall in a property? At the time properties were built they had to conform to whatever the current codes were so that is what each has, multiple unit dwellings have firewalls and ways of reducing noise in each dwelling is always a possibility from using certain flooring materials to insulation. If you are concerned with noise maybe you should purchase a single unit on multiple acres further from any major roadways or neighbors.
Living in an area where there a lot of others will also allow you to hear cars/trucks starting, their doors opening and closing etc. Not to mention that property maintenance workers are always around mowing, blowing or weed trimming things.