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Minneapolis-Saint Paul neighborhoods

Find at-a-glance trends and data by neighborhood, including population, housing, and employment.

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  • Click on a neighborhood area within the map for more details and for links to the profiles. In Minneapolis, profiles are also available by community – groupings of several neighborhoods (map).
  • Choose from the map views drop-down (above the map, right) to see additional maps with key data.
  • Scroll down to view the list of neighborhoods by name.
  • Download the neighborhood data file with margins of error.

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Source: 2010-2014 American Community Survey 5-year estimates, adjusted to fit current neighborhood boundaries using the 2010 Census counts. The 5-year estimates represent averages of data collected over that time period.

 

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FAST FACTS

Our predefined neighborhood information was recently updated. Did you know?

  • The Cedar Riverside neighborhood has the largest share of workers in the health care and social assistance industry (29%)
  • The Payne-Phalen neighborhood is home to the highest number of residents of color: nearly 19,500, or 63% of the population
  • Household median income ranges from over $115,000 (Page) to $12,500 (Sumner- Glenwood)
  • Frogtown / Thomas-Dale has the highest share of households with residents under age 18 (33%); the share decreased from 42% in 2000
  • The Bryant neighborhood posts the longest commutes: 42 percent of residents (whose work is not home-based) travel 30 minutes or longer to work

Using our new custom tool:

  • Roughly 1 in 5 residents within a quarter-mile of the East Lake Street Corridor (running along Lake Street between Hiawatha Avenue and the Mississippi River) are 17 years or younger (18%)
  • In the half-mile stretch along Highway I-94 in Minneapolis' Camden and Near North communities, 19 percent of workers are in health care and social assistance. Eleven percent work in manufacturing
  • Around 90,500 people live within three miles of Minnesota's State Capitol in Saint Paul. Thirty-two percent can speak a language other than English
  • Median rent paid is $850 in the combined zip code areas of 55105 and 55116.

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Special thanks

Support for our neighborhood profiles is provided by:

McKnight Foundation

Additional thanks to our Neighborhood Profile Advisory Committee and also to the Community Planning & Economic Development department at the City of Minneapolis for providing data assistance.

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