Chapel Hill is bounded by 10th Street to the north, Westlake Road to the south, Interstate 465 to the east, and railroad tracks to the west. The neighborhood was built primarily in the 1960s, with some additional development in the 1990s. Most of the housing units are single-family detached homes, but some apartment buildings are located on the neighborhood’s west side. Businesses along 10th Street and near the Interstate provide over 1,000 jobs. The population is diverse. People of color account for 44 percent of the neighborhood, and Latino residents are an increasing share of the population. Latinos made up 8 percent of the population in 2010 but 15 percent in 2019.
Revised July 2021
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