Longfellow Community Council (LCC) and Seward Redesign (SR) were asked to pull together some demographic information for the LCC Housing Committee. The Housing Committee wanted some background information to be able to assess the need for, and make decisions around, where and how affordable housing should be incorporated into the community. The project outputs included maps of race distribution (by concentration of white population), median income by census block group, single-family and duplex distribution (homestead and non-homestead), multifamily projects containing 11 units or more, and public housing and affordable housing projects in the area. LCC used this data to help determine where and what types of affordable housing projects to absorb into the neighborhood.
Prepared on behalf of the Longfellow Community Council by the Minneapolis Neighborhood Information System (MNIS), administered by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs at the University of Minnesota.
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