The Elliot Park neighborhood of Minneapolis feels like a demilitarized zone. A flat expanse of empty lots and buildings that are posted "For Lease," it separates the great castle spires of the downtown to the north from the desolate Safwan of the Phillips neighborhood to the south. The warehouses and dilapidated Victorians hold tenants that may not be particularly wanted elsewhere: light industrial shops, learning centers, halfway houses, the... More >>>