Northside’s residents pride themselves on their intense community activism and forward-thinking urban lifestyle development. Northside’s chic independent boutiques and restaurants attract members of the creative class; the neighborhood’s thorough collection of essential businesses attracts families as well. Progressive urban living is Northside’s hallmark, with such highlights as an urban garden co-op, a volunteer bicycle co-op, and the Northside Farmers Market.
The architecture styles of Northside’s historic homes include Italianate, Queen Anne Victorian, and Vernacular, with Arts and Crafts bungalows and Tudor Revivals in later expansions of the neighborhood. Built from 1860 to 1910, these historic homes range in price from $20,000 to $275,000.