Plans and Studies

By admin, July 2, 2008 7:42 am

The Minnehaha-Hiawatha Corridor area has been one of the most extensively planned and studied corridors in the region. Most of this planning has been land use and similar planning done in relationship to the Hiawatha LRT line, but there have also been several neighborhood-based research efforts.

Below are links to five studies conducted as a part of the Minnehaha-Hiawatha Community Works project, setting the stage for future corridor area investments.

Strategic Investment Framework: A corridor framework to define coordinated strategies for future public and private investments in the Minnehaha-Hiawatha corridor.

Cultural and Historical Resources Inventory: A review of the project area’s early history to look at potential historical and cultural “themes” for consideration in the study process.

Environmental Property Assessment: A review of the publicly available environmental information regarding the environmental conditions of  properties within the corridor area.

Market Analysis: A analysis of the market conditions in the corridor including interviews with corridor area businesses.

Railroad Study: An examination of the current and future operational characteristics and the current users of the rail line that extends along the east side of Hiawatha Avenue.


Updated March 27, 2015

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