City Data Demographic information for Minneapolis Neighborhoods:
Live MSP neighborhood description:
For a small neighborhood Saint Anthony East has access to a large amount of public space, including Community Commons Park, Logan Park, and St. Anthony Park. Transportation is convenient as two Metro transit lines serve the immediate neighborhood – with the 10 running along the eastern boundary of Central Avenue, while route 17 runs through the middle of the neighborhood on Monroe Street. In addition to easy public and auto transportation, the 3rd Avenue Bikeway runs near our southern border, connecting to the Boom Island Park Trails, Father Hennepin Bluffs Trail, Heritage Trail, and the soon to be built 5th Street bikeway. The neighborhood has historically been home to Webster Elementary school, which is scheduled to reopen in 2015 as a community school within the Minneapolis Public Schools system serving the St Anthony East and West neighborhoods as well as parts of downtown Minneapolis. Many amenities are only a short walk away.
- City of Minneapolis Neighborhood Profile—Includes trend information on neighborhood demographics, economics, and housing, taken from the most recent census data
- Home Sales Information by Neighborhood—The City of Minneapolis Assessor’s Office allows you to search home sale prices by neighborhood. You choose the time frame that you want to compare (e.g. 1/1/2006 – 12/31/2008.)
- Minneapolis Crime Statistics—Crime maps, statistics, and reports compiled by the Minneapolis Police Department. Check out Interpreting Crime Statistics to help you make sense of these resources.