Twin Cities Region

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Did you know across the Twin Cities region...

  • The homeownership rates vary from 24% in Spring Park to 97% in Grant
  • Renter households size can vary, e.g., an average size of 2.8 and median rent of $885 in Richfield compared with 1.6 and $2,000 in North Oaks
  • Just over half of Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park residents are people of color
  • 20% or more of residents are people of color in 1 out of 4 cities
  • Centerville has the highest percent of residents living in cost-burdened households at 87%
  • North Oaks has the third highest rate of renters living in cost-burdened households at 78% and also the second highest median income $147,238
  • 39% of Carver city’s population are children under 17, the largest population of children
  • Almost 1/3 of Spring Park, Osseo, North Oaks, and Wayzata populations are adults older than 65

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