Minneapolis Page Neighborhood
The neighborhood of Page in the south side of the city of Minneapolis is bound on west by Interstate 35W, on the south by 55th Street and Diamond Lake Road, on the east by Chicago Avenue and on the north by Minnehaha Creek. It is located in the Nokomis community in the city. It shares a neighborhood organization with the Diamond Lake and Hale neighborhoods.
Page, like most of the neighborhoods in the city got its name from its elementary school which was Page Elementary School and was named after an American diplomat and editor, Walter Hines Page. Page is mostly residential with Pearl Park in the heart of the neighborhood. Most of the homes there were constructed in the late 1920s and 1930s. The homes were largely two-storey houses most with design of colonial style.
It is home to Pearl Park which is used commonly for small league soccer, baseball, football and hockey. It is in the geographic center of Page and was renovated in the late 1990s and offers today a variety of amenities like tennis course, baseball, soccer and football fields and a playground.
From 1980 to 2000, Page had consistently more individuals per household than Minneapolis did though the size of its household was decreased. The city had a stable number of individuals per household from 1980 to 1990 and it increased by 1% from 1990 to 2000.
The occupied housing units in Page were 695 in 2000, a gradual increase since the year 1980. Vacant housing units have remained view and tended to reduce in number by 2000. Overwhelmingly, homeowners are the majority in the neighborhood and there had been a steady increase in home ownership in Page from 1980 to 2000. In contrast, the number of units occupied by the renter was declined by 17 units.
Between the years 1980 and 2000, there was a higher percentage of individuals in the labor force of the neighborhood than the city did. In fact, in the year 2000, 73% of the population of Page over 16 was part of the civilian labor force either looking for a job or employed. That same year, the city had 72 %. From 1980 to 2000, the neighborhood has reduced unemployment than the city both Page and Minneapolis experienced an increase in unemployment in the year 1990 though in 2000, it again decreased and Page exhibited a lower rate of unemployment than it had in the year 1980.
The population of Page between 1980 and 2000 was reduced while the population citywide increased. The population of the neighborhood in 2000 was 7% less than in 1980. Minneapolis on the same period had an increase of 3%. By the year 2000, fewer seniors, children and adolescents lived in Page. The number of children reduced by 22%, while the number of seniors declined by 45%. The population of resident adult at the same time increased by almost 10% but it could not compensate the loss in the first two groups.
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