The Third Ward: "By Campus"
Predominant Rental Units:
Lots of historic homes, some duplexes, and a few apartment buildings
Tons of older folks, students, and professors, but increasingly more families and young professionals
Just Local Food, a community garden, proximity to downtown shops/eateries, and right on campus
Awesome. Between here and the nearby campus and downtown, there’s several parks and trails, plus the river and all the historic beauty.
Active Neighborhood Association?:
Yes. Currently trying to reclassify Thorp Drive as a national landmark district.
"The mix of architecture and the ever-changing demographic are what make this place great. … I feel lucky to be there." – Stan Carpenter, Third Ward Neighborhood Association