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Welcome to the “Holland” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Holland Neighborhood Holland is located in the Northeast community of Minneapolis. The neighborhood’s northern border is 27th Avenue NE and the southern border is along 17th and 19th avenues NE. Both the neighborhood and its local elementary school were named after Josiah G. Holland, an American educator and editor born in Massachusetts […]

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Welcome to the “Logan Park” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Logan Terrace Neighborhood Logan Park, located in the Northeast Minneapolis community, is bordered on the north by 19th Avenue Northeast, on the east by Central Avenue Northeast, on the south by Broadway Avenue Northeast, and on the west by Washington Street Northeast. This 150-acre neighborhood of over 2,000 residents is nearly half […]

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Welcome to the “Marshall Terrace” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Marshall Terrace Neighborhood Marshall Terrace is located in Minneapolis‘ Northeast community. The borders of the neighborhood consist of Saint Anthony Parkway on the north and Lowry Avenue on the south. The Mississippi River is the western border, and 4th Street NE and University Avenue are the eastern borders. The neighborhood is named […]

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Welcome to the “Northeast Park” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Northeast Park Neighbrohood Northeast Park, located in Minneapolis’ Northeast community, can be divided into three sections. The western portion is predominantly residential and is home to several of restored Victorian era homes and rental sections. In the very center of the neighborhood is “The Quarry”, which is a large regional shopping center, […]

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Welcome to the “Sheridan” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Sheridan Neighborhood The Sheridan neighborhood is located in the Northeast community of Minneapolis. It ranges from Washington Street NE on the east to the Mississippi River on the west, and from Broadway Street NE on the south to 18th and 17th avenues NE on the north side. The neighborhood derived its name […]

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Welcome to the “St Anthony East ” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the St Anthony East Neighborhood St. Anthony East is located in the Northeast community in Minneapolis. The neighborhood ranges from Broadway Street NE on the northern border to Central Avenue NE on the east, Second Avenue NE on the south, and Fifth and Washington streets NE on the west side. Its numerous churches, […]

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Welcome to the “St Anthony West” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the St Anthony West Neighborhood As one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, and with a population of 2,500 residents, St. Anthony West is a charming and peaceful community. The amazingly historic St. Anthony West is located right next to the east bank of the Mississippi River. It is known as the […]

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Welcome to the “Waite Park” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Waite Park Neighborhood The Waite Park neighborhood is in the Northeast community and in the very corner of Minneapolis. It is named after Edward Foote Waite. This man was a judge for the District Court of Hennepin County for thirty years in the early 1900’s. In 1887, the city incorporated most of […]

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Welcome to the “Windom Park” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Windom Park Neighborhood Windom Park is in the Northeast community of Minneapolis, and its geographical location is exactly what the community name suggests. Lowry Avenue NE borders the neighborhood on the north on the west by Central Avenue NE, on the south by 18th Avenue NE and on the east by New […]

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Welcome to the “Midtown” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Midtown Neighborhood The Midtown Phillips neighborhood, located within the Phillips community, is found in south Minneapolis. Both the neighborhood and its junior high school get their names from Wendell Phillips, a 19th century abolitionist. Midtown Phillips is a distinct neighborhood with its population of close to 4,500 residents, including many that are […]

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Welcome to the “Phillips West” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Phillips West Neighborhood The Phillips West neighborhood, located within the Phillips community, is positioned south of downtown Minneapolis. The neighborhood and its junior high school derive their names from Wendell Phillips, a 19th century abolitionist. Phillips West is a diverse neighborhood with its population of close to 5,000 residents including people of […]

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Welcome to the “Ventura Village” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Ventura Village Neighborhood The Ventura Village neighborhood, located south of downtown, used to be a part of the Phillips neighborhood. It became a separate neighborhood in 2002, when the Minneapolis City Council accepted its proposed boundaries. However, it is still apart of the larger Phillips community. Interstate 35 occupies the western and […]

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Welcome to the “Bancroft” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Bancroft Neighborhood Bancroft is situated south of Powderhorn Lake, between 38th Street East to the north and 42nd Street East to the south, and amid Chicago Avenue on the west and Cedar Avenue on the southeast. The neighborhood got its name from the Bancroft elementary school, which was named in memory of […]

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Welcome to the “Bryant” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Bryant Neighborhood Bryant is in south Minneapolis, within the Powderhorn community and is bordered on the north by 38th Street East, on the west by Interstate 35W, on the south by 42nd Street East and on the east by Chicago Avenue. The neighborhood derived its name from William Cullen Bryant, a famous […]

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Welcome to the”Central” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Central Neighborhood The Central neighborhood was named after Minneapolis Central High School, one of the city’s biggest schools back in the day before it was deconstructed. The neighborhood is bounded by Lake Street on the north and 38th Street on the south. Interstate 35W is the western border and Chicago Avenue is […]

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Welcome to the “Lyndale” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Lyndale Neighborhood Lyndale, located in the Powderhorn community of Minneapolis, is bordered on the north by Lake Street, on the east by Interstate 35W and Stevens Avenue, on the south by 36th Street, and on the west by Lyndale Avenue South. The neighborhood got its name from Lyndale Avenue, which derives its […]

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Welcome to the “Powderhorn Park” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Powderhorn Neighborhood Powderhorn Park, within Minneapolis‘ Powderhorn community, got its name from Powderhorn Park Lake, a small lake formed like a powder horn. People congregate for cultural events and community activities in the park and by the lake. The neighborhood is bordered on the north by Lake Street, on the east by […]

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Welcome to the “Standish” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Tagged: East Minneapolis, Univeristy Community, Pershing Field Park, Minneahaha Creek West Park, Lynhurst Park, Minneapolis Public Schools, Museum of Russian Art, Windom South Park, School District 1, Holmes Park, Minneapolis Convention Center, Woodlands Circle, Lake Harriet Park, Nicollet Island Park, Tower Hill Park, Southwest High School, Fuller Park, biking, southwest Minneapolis, downtown Minneapolis, City of Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minneapolis,

Overview of the Standish Neighborhood Standish is located within the Powderhorn community. This neighborhood was named after an area elementary school, which had been called Miles Standish after a work by the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. It was considered the outskirts of the city until immigrants, mainly Swedish and Norwegian, started developing housing here in […]

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Welcome to the “Whittier” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Tagged: East Minneapolis, Univeristy Community, Pershing Field Park, Minneahaha Creek West Park, Lynhurst Park, Minneapolis Public Schools, Museum of Russian Art, Windom South Park, School District 1, Holmes Park, Minneapolis Convention Center, Woodlands Circle, Lake Harriet Park, Nicollet Island Park, Tower Hill Park, Southwest High School, Fuller Park, biking, southwest Minneapolis, downtown Minneapolis, City of Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minneapolis,

Overview of the Whittier Neighborhood Whittier, in Minneapolis‘ Powderhorn community, is bordered on the north by Franklin Avenue East and Franklin Ave West, on the east by I-35W, on the south by Lake Street West, and on the west by Lyndale Avenue South. It is one of the city’s first-born neighborhoods, having been initially established […]

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Welcome to the “Cedar-Riverside” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Tagged: East Minneapolis, Univeristy Community, Pershing Field Park, Minneahaha Creek West Park, Lynhurst Park, Minneapolis Public Schools, Museum of Russian Art, Windom South Park, School District 1, Holmes Park, Minneapolis Convention Center, Woodlands Circle, Lake Harriet Park, Nicollet Island Park, Tower Hill Park, Southwest High School, Fuller Park, biking, southwest Minneapolis, downtown Minneapolis, City of Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minneapolis,

Overview of the Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood Cedar-Riverside, located in the University community, is named after the intersection of the two main avenues of the neighborhood, which are Cedar and Riverside. The neighborhood is triangular-shaped with three ultimate boundaries. The Mississippi River is on the east side, Interstate 94 on the south side, and Interstate 35W on […]

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Welcome to the “Como” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Como Neighborhood Como, which is also commonly referred to as Southeast Como, is named after Como Avenue, which travels along the neighborhood. Como Avenue took its name from Lake Como in northern Italy, a prevalent tourist objective. Como neighborhood is in the University community, just north of the Dinkytown area and the […]

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Welcome to the “Marcy-Holmes” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood The city’s “first neighborhood” is now one of its finest. The Marcy-Holmes neighborhood, situated on the east bank of the Mississippi River, got its name from William L. Marcy, an American statesman and secretary of state born in 1786 along with Oliver Wendell Holmes, an American poet, author, and novelist […]

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Welcome to the “Nicollet Island” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Nicollet Island Neighborhood The Nicollet Island/East Bank neighborhood contains a small residential population of 1,500 and Nicollet Island on the Mississippi River just east of downtown as well as a share of the eastern riverbank located between Central Avenue and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad line. The neighborhood is the geographical […]

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Welcome to the “Prospect Park” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Prospect Park Neighborhood Prospect Park is situated in east central Minneapolis, and within the University community. The neighborhood borders the City of Saint Paul on the eastern side and the University of Minnesota on the west side. It is also bordered on the south by the Mississippi River and on the north […]

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Welcome to the “University” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the University Neighborhood Home to around 6,000 residents, the University neighborhood is located east of downtown Minneapolis. The Mississippi River divides the neighborhood into the west bank and the east bank. The neighborhood is almost entirely occupied by the University of Minnesota, hence its name, University.   The University of Minnesota is one […]

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Welcome to the “Armatage” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Armatage Neighborhood Located in the Southwest community of Minneapolis, the Armatage neighborhood is bordered on the north by 54th Street West, on the east by Logan Avenue South, and on the south and west by Highway 62 and Xerxes Avenue South. The neighborhood’s development flourished around the local school which derived its […]

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Welcome to the “East Harriet” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the East Harriet Neighborhood The East Harriet neighborhood is positioned in Minneapolis‘ Southwest community. It derives its name from Lake Harriet, which Fort Snelling constructor Col. Henry Leavenworth named after his own wife. The neighborhood is bounded by 36th Street on the north and 46 th Street to the south. Lyndale Avenue is […]

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Welcome to the “Fulton” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Fulton Neighborhood Fulton is in the Southwest community of Minneapolis and it borders the suburb of Edina. It’s bordered on the north by 47th Street West, on the east by Penn Avenue South, on the south by 54th Street West, and on the west by France Avenue South. The beautiful Lake Harriet […]

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Welcome to the “Kenny Park” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview fo the Kenny Park Neighborhood  The Kenny Park neighborhood is located in southwest Minneapolis. Highway 62, 54th Street, Lyndale Avenue border the neighborhood on the east, and Logan Avenue South on the west. The neighborhood, its park and its elementary school all derived their shared name for Sister Elizabeth Kenny, an Australian nurse who […]

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Welcome to the “King Field” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the King Field Neighborhood The King Field neighborhood was named after Colonel William S. King, who was an ex-congressman and a noteworthy figure in national matters. He lived in Minneapolis in the 19th century and was effective in the anti-slavery issue. The neighborhood named after him is situated in Minneapolis’ Southwest community and […]

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Welcome to the “Lynhurst” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Lynhurst Neighborhood The Lynnhurst neighborhood is located in the Southwest Minneapolis community and near the southern end of Lake Harriet. Minnehaha Creek runs through the north and south ends, dividing the neighborhood. Lynnhurst ranges from Lyndale Avenue to Penn Avenue and from 46th Street to 54th Street. It derives its name from […]

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Minneapolis: Southwest Community Schools

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Overview of the Southwest Community Schools Minneapolis Public Schools promises an inspirational education experience in a safe, welcoming environment for all diverse learners to acquire the tools and skills necessary to confidently engage in the global community. This is the largest district in Minnesota, as it serves the largest city in the state. The teachers […]

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Welcome to the “Tangletown” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Tangletown Neighborhood The Tangletown neighborhood, located in the Southwest community of Minneapolis, is bordered on the north by 46th Street, on the east by Interstate 35W, on the south by 54th Street and Diamond Lake Road, and on the west by Lyndale Avenue South. Minnehaha Creek travels through the southern portion of […]

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Welcome to the “Windom” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Windom Neighborhood The Windom neighborhood is located in the Southwest community of Minneapolis. Lyndale Avenue S, Highway 121, Diamond Lake Road, 54th St W, Interstate 35W and Highway 62 border the neighborhood. Both the Windom neighborhood and its elementary school were named after William Windom. He served in the 1800’s as a […]

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Minneapolis

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  The city of Minneapolis, Minnesota is the largest city within the entire state. As one of the “Twin Cities”, Minneapolis and its neighbor St. Paul constitute the 16th largest metro area in the nation. With over 400,000 residents, Minneapolis is a dynamic and bustling city filled with a waide variety of housing options.   […]

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Welcome to the “North Loop Neighborhood” in Minneapolis

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Overview of North Loop Neighborhood Known as a busy business center and well-developed region called the ‘Warehouse District,’ the North Loop neighborhood offers something to everyone. During the 1800’s the “north loop” of rail lines and the railroad ran through the neighborhood and provided integral passage to companies and customers alike. With the deterioration of […]

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Welcome to the “Loring Park Neighborhood” in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Loring Park Neighborhood With almost 8,000 residents, the Loring Park neighborhood is a hot spot for living within the Central community of Minneapolis. The neighborhood is positioned in the southwest portion of Central Minneapolis and is bordered on the south by Interstate 94. Both the neighborhood and the local Loring Park are named […]

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Welcome to the “Linden Hills” Neighborhood in Minneapolis

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Linden Hills is located in the Southwest community of Minneapolis. It’s bordered on the north by 36th Street West and Lake Calhoun, on the east by William Berry Drive and Lake Harriet, on the south by 47th Street West, and on the west by France Avenue. Linden Hills is one of the most unique neighborhoods […]

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Minnesota Investment Opportunity: Rental Portfolio of 39 Single Family Homes in Minneapolis and Saint Paul for Sale

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Awesome Investment Opportunity here in Minnesota and the Twin Cities! I’m selling an entire portfolio of single family rental properties of 39 single family homes in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Close to a million in equity if sold individually & close to a 7% cap rate with cash flow close to $280k after paying management. […]

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Welcome to the “Nokomis Community” in Minneapolis

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Overview of Nokomis Community The Nokomis community is found in the southernmost area of the city of Minneapolis. A collection of 11 unique neighborhoods, the Nokomis community offers a more peaceful, residential way of life when compared to the communities located closer to the downtown area. Residents enjoy the quieter way of life and numerous […]

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Welcome to the “Camden Community” in Minneapolis

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Overview of Camden Community The Camden community is a collection of 7 neighborhoods and 2 industrial sectors located in the northwestern section of the city of Minneapolis. The area is home to 30,000 residents of varying racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. While not the most active nor most crowded community within Minneapolis, Camden offers its residents […]

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Welcome to the “Calhoun Isles Neighborhood” in Minneapolis

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Overview of the Calhoun Isles Neighborhood Calhoun-Isles is one of eleven communities found within the city of Minneapolis. Home to nine distinct neighborhoods, Calhoun-Isles offers some of the most desirable living within the entire state. This is largely due to the scenic beauty provided by its unparalleled access to some of the state’s most magnificent […]

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Minneapolis Community Life

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Overview of Community Life in Minneapolis The city of Minneapolis is the largest city within the state of Minnesota. Home to over 400,000 residents, the lifestyle found within Minneapolis is largely dependent on the community in which you find yourself. With 11 distinct communities, each showcasing their own neighborhoods, lifestyle options and amenities are widely […]

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Parks & Trails of Minneapolis

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Overview of Parks & Trails The city of Minneapolis, Minnesota contains 11 unique communities, each with their own distinct neighborhoods. Among all of these separate areas are countless parks and recreation opportunities. Ranging in size from massive, regional parks to small, neighborhood treasures, residents of Minneapolis have plenty of options when it comes to life […]

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City of Minneapolis: A Brief History

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Overview of History of Minneapolis  Minneapolis is the largest city by population in the state of Minnesota, and the county seat for Hennepin County. The beginning and development of the city was due to the nearby vicinity of Fort Snelling, the first major United States military presence in the area, and by its position near […]

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City of Minneapolis: Schools & District 1

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Overview of Minneapolis Public Schools   Minneapolis Public Schools promises an inspirational education experience in a safe, welcoming environment for all diverse learners to acquire the tools and skills necessary to confidently engage in the global community. This is the largest school district in Minnesota, as it serves the largest city in the state. The […]

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