Boundaries and Zip Code
North: Larpenteur Avenue
The following neighborhoods are part of the Near North planning district (District 6):
The neighborhood developed in the 1870s and 1880s south of Maryland Avenue where Victorian-era homes were built on narrow lots, while the northern half of the neighborhood developed in the 1920s and later. Rice Street became a commercial corridor in the late 1890s with the arrival of the street car.
Housing Styles and Types
Most homes were built between 1900 and 1930 and are 1.5-story homes in a variety of styles from the times. Homes from the 1950s are also in the neighborhood—along Wheelock Parkway.
For more information on Saint Paul schools, visit Live MSP's Schools page.
Home Purchase/Home Improvement Incentives
The Vintage Place
A local non-profit organization focused on re-orienting troubled youth in a family-oriented atmosphere with strong adult role models.
Formerly North End Area Revitalization, a non-profit redevelopment agency in the North End. Provides assistance to homeowners with resources and special financing programs . Also commercial improvement and redevelopment loans for business owners as well.
Keystone Community Services
A human services organization serving Midway & North End areas.
The Monitor is a monthly newspaper delivered free of charge to residents. Back issues are available at: http://www.monitorsaintpaul.com/The District 6 Planning Council website includes an event calendar with neighborhood meetings. http://www.district6stpaul.org
District 6 Planning Council