Marshall Terrace is a suburban community in Minneapolis neighboring Holland where 1,400 people live. Many residents work in manufacturing, production workers and services professions. Living in Marshall Terrace, a suburb of Minneapolis, gives residents access to restaurants nearby, such as El Taco Riendo in the neighborhood of Holland. If you're looking for a new place, check out the apartments for rent in neighboring Holland and Northeast.
Living, Demographics and Costs
While making budget choices, it's important to note that living in Marshall Terrace, a suburb of Minneapolis, is costlier than living in Holland. The average household spends $48.5K/year in total expenditures, compared to Holland's $34.5K/year.
The neighborhoods of Marshall Terrace and Holland are similar in terms of household size. In Marshall Terrace, the average household size is 2.17 inhabitants, and in Holland it is 2.59 inhabitants.
Is Marshall Terrace the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby Holland make an average of $34.3K, Marshall Terrace residents are raking in an average of $58.2K.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
Check out our Marshall Terrace ratings and reviews to find out if this is the spot for you. With so much to do, eat and drink, it's possible this is the place you've been looking for. With our powerful apartment finder tool, you should have little trouble finding a new apartment in Marshall Terrace.
Enjoy a tasty dinner at Donny Dirk's Zombie Den and have cocktails afterward at River Gardens. Quench your thirst at Tony Jaros River Garden, one of the neighborhood establishments.
Take a look at the Yelp page to find even more places to eat and drink in Marshall Terrace.
Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Marshall Terrace are Learning For Leadership Charter School and Cityview Pam Magnet. Remember, school district boundaries are subject to redrawing. Consult with your local schools and school districts near the apartments for rent to confirm the schools your children can attend.
A middle school in the Minneapolis Public School District, Cityview Pam Magnet has a low student-teacher ratio of 13-to-1.
One elementary school and one high school exist in the Learning For Leadership Charter district. While the Learning For Leadership Charter district student population is less than Minneapolis Public School District, the number of students per instructor is comparable. Minneapolis Public School District has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Learning For Leadership Charter district.