Minneapolis Hale Neighborhood
Hale is situated on the southeast in the city of Minneapolis and is bordered on the east by Cedar Avenue, on the north by Minnehaha Creek, on the west by Chicago Avenue and on the south by 55th Street. It is one of the three neighborhoods grouped together to form HPDL.
It is named after the Hale Elementary School focusing on art and music. It is a predominantly residential neighborhood and its adjacent park facilities border the south western tip of the Lake Nokomis. Minnehaha Creek in the north opens up to miles of pedestrian and bicycle paths. It is home to Hale School Elementary which is located 1220 E 54th Street.
It is where you can find the Cottontail on the Trail which is a bronze sculpture by Jeff Barber in the East Minnehaha Parkway and Portland Avenue. It represents the whimsy and animal life of the neighborhood of Page.
In 2000, the total number of households was 1,375 which is an increase of only 26 households from the year 1980. The average size of household was greater than that of the entire city but equaled in 2000. The total number of households in the neighborhood of Hale increased slightly from 1980 to 2000 but there was a decrease in the family households. The difference was offset by the increasing number of individuals who lived alone and unrelated persons living together. The population of senior living alone reduced from 1980 to 2000 by 120 people.
The total number of housing units in 2000 in the neighborhood was 1,375 which an increase of merely 33 from 1980. Housing units available for sale or rent is scarce and 23 units were vacant in the year 2000. In the year 1990, the number of housing units occupied by owners reduced and while there was an increase in the number of rental units. The opposite took place in 2000 in which 89% of the housing units in the neighborhood were owner-occupied.
The vacancy rate of homeowners in the neighborhood of Hale is low, less than 1% of owner-occupied houses were vacant from the year 1980 to 2000. The vacancy rate of renter was a bit higher and increased to 3.9 percent from 1.8 percent in the year 1990 and declined to 3.3% in 2000. This vacancy rate is over the percentage of the city in 2000 due to the plummeting vacancy rates on rental properties all over the city.
The labor force participation rate in the neighborhood was equal to the rate of Minneapolis in 1980. The rate of Hale increased to 79% and then increased a bit in 2000. In both decades, the rate of Hale was higher than in Minneapolis. The rate of unemployment in the neighborhood declined to 1.6% in 2000 from 2.9%. The rate in the year 1990 declined by 9% despite an increase in the overall unemployment rate of the city. The rate of unemployment in the neighborhood of Hale is much lower than that of the city.
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