This project involved a housing inventory and analysis in the Bottineau neighborhood of Minneapolis that took into account six variables: architectural style, massing (building area compared with parcel area), primary exterior, R2B parcel area, setback, and building use (focusing on single-family conversions). The results show that the Bottineau neighborhood is historically a neighborhood of single-family homes that have been converted to multi-family units; that the neighborhood lacks any definable architectural style, but is rather a mix of blue-collar housing built around the turn of the 20th century and that its housing stock has more stucco than it has brick exteriors. With development pressure rising in Northeast Minneapolis, the Bottineau Neighborhood Association (BNA) can use this report as a groundwork to build a neighborhood ideology and character.
Conducted on behalf of Bottineau Neighborhood Association. Supported by Neighborhood Planning for Community Revitalization (NPCR), a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA), University of Minnesota.
Bottineau Neighborhood Housing Inventory and Analysis.
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