Summit-University is an ethnically and economically diverse neighborhood of St. Paul. Selby Avenue and Dale Street is the major crossroads in the district. The area is pedestrian friendly with a variety of high-end and casual restaurants, making it a destination for shoppers and diners. Summit-University was originally settled as a farming community in the 1850s. At least one of the original farm houses still stands. Some of the original architecture along University Avenue has been demolished with urban development, though attempts are being made to preserve the area’s historical features.
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