Minneapolis Fulton Neighborhood
Fulton is one of Minneapolis’ most well-liked and well-known neighborhoods as it provides its residents with five unique features. The first one is well kept, charming homes at various price ranges. The second is beautiful outdoor recreation for people of all ages at the Pershing and Lake Harriet Park. Third is great shopping at France and 50th and nearby Southdale area. Fourth is the top performing public schools—Lake Harriet Upper, Lake Harriet Lower and Southwest High. And finally short commute by bus or car to Downtown Minneapolis as well as other business areas.
The neighborhood derived its name from Robert Fulton who was an artist and engineer and inventor of the steamboat in the nineteenth century. Most homes found in the neighborhood were constructed in the 1920. The housing in Fulton is made up of single family homes in which the majority were constructed in the 1920s. The common architectural styles are Bungalow, Foursquare and Craftsman.
The public schools in Fulton are Lake Harriet Upper, Lake Harriet Lower and Southwest High School. In addition, it is also home to Carondelet Catholic School which is a parochial school. The public facilities in the neighborhood include the Lake Harriet, Pershing Park Recreation Center, Pershing Park and the Parkway and Minnehaha Creek cross through the south eastern part of Fulton.
The NRP Committee of the Fulton Neighborhood Association is working currently on the second part of the small home affordability grant program. The neighborhood association of Fulton always has room for those residents who want to get involved in the neighborhood where there are always volunteer opportunities to offer.
Approximately, the households of Fulton have fewer people than the households in the entire city in 2000. The average size of household in the neighborhood reduced between the years 1980 and 2000. The biggest decline in the household size of Fulton took place from 1980 to 1990.
Between the 1980 and 2000, the number of family households in the neighborhood declined by about 20%. Also, there were fewer households of people aged 65 years and older in 2000. The number of individuals who lived alone and under 65 doubled from 1980 to 2000 while the number of household of individuals living together and are not related augmented by 119 persons. The number of households in the neighborhood with lone occupants has increased steadily since 1990 and has done so at faster rate than the entire city.
There is a wide range of businesses operating in the neighborhood of Fulton. That includes apartment rental, architecture design services, shops, automotives, bakeries, banks and loan services, consultancy services, coffee shops, health and other services and retail shops.
If you are looking for an ideal place to stay in the city of Minneapolis, you may want to consider Fulton because it has a lot to offer you, from the vibrant neighborhood to an array of shops, stores and business establishments to suit your needs. Fulton also has other amenities and public facilities to offer that you will surely enjoy.
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