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Hawthorne Neighborhood Assessment of Homestead Program.

Minneapolis Neighborhood Information System.

At the onset of this project, Hawthorne neighborhood was home to the highest number of vacant lots per neighborhood in Minneapolis. Additionally, there was a problem with boarded-up units in the neighborhood. The neighborhood decided to address the problem by building new homes in the neighborhood. This project involved a spatial assessment of the location of new homes and their impact on the neighborhood. The results will be used as an evaluation tool for future policy and funding decisions.

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Prepared on behalf of the Hawthorne neighborhood by the Minneapolis Neighborhood Information System (MNIS), administered by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs at the University of Minnesota.
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