Minneapolis Field Neighborhood
The neighborhood of field is located in community of Nokomis in south Minneapolis and is bounded on the west side by I-35W, on the south by Minnehaha Parkway, on the north by 46th Street East and on the east by Chicago Avenue. It shares an organization of neighborhood with Northrop and Regina.
It was named after a local school that in turn was named for a writer of children poetry, Eugene Field. It is a mostly residential neighborhood characterized by small two-bedroom pre-1940s stucco houses of brick and stone. Its main commercial thoroughfare is Chicago Avenue. Field has one public school and one charter school. Residents who might want to avail of home improvement incentives may take advantage of Field Northrop Regina Home Improvement Program which is intended for the residents in these three, collaborated neighborhoods.
It is home to McRae Park and Recreation Center which is the central point for a variety of activities for the youth. During spring, it serves as the location where the neighborhood holds festival celebrating the diversity of the residents.
The size of household in the neighborhood of field is reduced from 1980 to 200 but remained still higher than the average of Minneapolis. Its trend has been moving in the opposite direction from the city that saw an increase from 1990 to 2000.
Between the decades 1980 and 2000, there was an increase of 10% in the number of households with individuals living alone and under the age 65. On the same period, the number of family households as well as households with people living alone and over 65 reduced by 5% and 9% respectively.
Between the decades 1980 and 2000, the percentage of householders that lived alone has increased from 5% to 32% however the proportion is low still than the average of the city of 40% in 2000. The percentage of seniors who loved alone in field has been consistently below the average citywide between the decades 1980 and 2000.
The number of housing units in the neighborhood slightly rose in 1990 and then declined again to the number it had in the 1980 in 2000. The housing units that were vacant between 1980 and 1990 increased but reduced later on to 10 units in 2000.
Between the decades 1980 and 2000, units occupied by renters in Field reduced by 21 units and the number of units occupied by owner risen by 26 units.
The vacancy rates of renter and homeowner are substantially lower in field than in the city of Minneapolis. In 2000, renter and homeowner vacancy periods for the neighborhood of field were 0.7% and 0.1% respectively. Trends for these categories for the neighborhood and the city mirror each other between 1980 and 2000.
In the year 2000, the population of field had a labor force participation rate of 70% while the rate of Minneapolis was 72%. The rate has changed for Field while the city has increased gradually in labor force participation between the decades 1980 and 2000.
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