The purpose of this Small Area / Corridor Framework Plan is to
support the ongoing improvement and revitalization of the area of
38th Street and Chicago Avenue by proposing specific policies and
strategies to guide its evolution.
This work was initiated by area residents, business owners, and
other community leaders in early 2004. It has since advanced
through several phases of refinement under the direct guidance
of residents and neighborhood organizations. This work has
been supported, financed and adopted by the four neighborhood
organizations around 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, and by
other business and civic organizations in the area.
Rosell, Antonio. (2007). The 38th Street and Chicago Avenue Small Area/Corridor Framework Plan. Minneapolis City Council.
professional paper for Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree
Bancroft Neighborhood Association
Bryant Neighborhood Organization
Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association
The 38th Street and Chicago Avenue Business Association
The 38th Street and Chicago Avenue Small Area/Corridor Framework Plan.
Minneapolis City Council.
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