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Midwest Cascade

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Midwest Cascade

Midwest Cascade is a neighborhood of Atlanta at the city's far west edge. Together with the tiny neighborhood of Regency Trace it forms NPU Q, the city's fastest growing NPU from 2000 to 2010.[1]

Contents

  • Location 1
  • Annexation 2
  • Demographics 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

Location

The neighborhood is 602.1 acres (2.437 km2) large and bounded by unincorporated Sandtown community.

Midwest Cascade is located south of Cascade Road, along Regency Center Drive.[3]

Annexation

The Atlanta City Council voted to annex Midwest Cascade to the City of Atlanta on September 29, 2006.[4]

Demographics

The NPU went from 1,024 residents in 2000 to 1,770 in 2010, an increase of 72.9%.[1]

The NPU is 96.5% black (2010 census), the highest proportion of any NPU in the city. Small minorities include whites (1.4%) and Hispanics (1.4%).[1]

External links

  • City of Atlanta Annexation Service Plan, Midwest Cascade Area

References

  1. ^ a b c City of Atlanta 2010 Census Summary Reports (by NPU)
  2. ^ NPU maps, City of Atlanta Dept. of Planning website
  3. ^ City of Atlanta Annexation Service Plan, Midwest Cascade Area
  4. ^ Annexation ordinance, Atlanta City Council Sep. 29, 2006

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