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City of Minnetonka Demographics and Housing Analysis to Evaluate Potential Market Leakage.

Author: 
Huynh, Phu, Ethan Lang, Mark Kelley, James Pankratz.

Prepared by students in HSG 5464: Understanding Housing Assessment and Analysis (Instructor Jessica Deegan, Design, Housing and Apparel) as part of the 2012-2013 Resilient Communities Project partnership with the City of Minnetonka.

According to a recent Opportunity Cities study of Minnetonka conducted by the Urban Land Institute/Regional Council of Mayors (ULI/RCM), Minnetonka does well meeting its regional affordable housing targets and has an adequate supply of higher-end housing. However, the city also has an aging housing stock and a lack of mid-priced housing that might appeal to empty-nesters looking to downsize or young families and professionals interested in move-up housing. City staff wanted to better understand the market for mid-priced housing in Minnetonka and neighboring communities to inform future efforts to increase the amount of mid-priced housing in the city. Using American Community Survey data, foreclosure data, market price decline data, and other available data, student teams conducted a GIS housing market analysis of Minnetonka and surrounding communities where residential “market leakage” from Minnetonka is occurring.

This report is one of three produced by students for this project. Reports have CURA publication call numbers RCP-029, RCP-030 and RCP-031.

Publication date: 
2013
Publisher: 
Minneapolis: Resilient Communities Project.
Sponsor: 
This project was supported by the Resilient Communities Project (RCP), a program at the University of Minnesota that convenes the wide-ranging expertise of U of M faculty and students to address strategic local projects that advance community resilience and sustainability. RCP is supported by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) and the Institute on the Environment.
Pages: 
14 pp.
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CURA call number: 
RCP-029

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