The Community of Opportunity report was initiatied by Hope Community in order to identify the challenges and opportunities facing low-to-moderate income communities in South Minneapolis.
In addition to providing information about the 14 neighborhoods that make up the “study area” in this report, historical and comparative data are presented whereever possible. In particular, the “study area” is compared with data for the city of Minneapolis as a whole and the seven-county metropolitan region.
In concert with Hope Community’s mission as a community developer, this report focuses on the quality, availability, and costs of the existing housing stock in the study area, the city, and the region.
The report also focuses on the demographics and opportunities available to residents of the study area. The report includes historical and comparative data regarding race, ethnicity, immigrant status, income, education, employment, and transportation options for residents of the study area.
Conducted on behalf of Hope Community. Supported by the Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program, a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
Community Of Opportunity: A Demographic Analysis Of Low To Moderate Income South Minneapolis.
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