Welcome to “Triangle Neighborhood” in St. Louis Park

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Tagged: Carpenter Park, City Hall, Hennepin County, Saint Louis Park, Skippy Ball Field, St. Louis Park Neighborhoods, St. Louis Park Police Department, Ward 1,

Overview of Triangle


The Triangle neighborhood is located on the west side of the City of St. Louis Park in Ward 1. The neighborhood is bordered by the City of Minneapolis to the east, Minnetonka Boulevard to the north, Highway 100 to the west, and both the CP Railroad and Hennepin County Regional Rail Authority to the south.


The Triangle neighborhood is spread out over 190 acres of land and is home to 1,630 residents. Of the 190 acres, 4 percent is parks and open spaces and 21 percent is commercial/industrial. The triangle neighborhood contains some of the oldest housing, as it was one of the city’s first subdivision neighborhoods dating back to 1887. Housing styles are diverse and many of the single family homes in the neighborhood are being developed into apartments. Of the 992 housing units in Triangle, 110 are single family homes, 12 are townhomes, 20 are duplexes, 38 are condominiums, and 812 are apartment units. The construction year of single family homes averages to 1934.  


The St. Louis Park Police Department and City Hall are located on the north side of the neighborhood along Minnetonka Boulevard. The Police Department has been serving the city since 1934.


On the west side of Triangle neighborhood, a Starbucks can be found serving fresh brewed coffee and other beverages.


Just north of the west corner of Triangle, residents will find Prime Deli & Restaurant. Prime Deli is dedicated to serving real food with fresh ingredients. The kosher restaurant’s most popular dishes include a 12 ounce Ribeye with mushrooms and prime fries; Mad Russian Sandwich with pastrami, house kraut, and marble rye; and cumin roasted beet.


Another kosher dining option in the neighborhood is Vitali’s Bistro Cafe. Vitali’s cooks authentic crepes, colorful salads, fresh pastries, and delicious sandwiches. The staple of the cafe is their freshly brewed organic coffees and teas. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are also available to customers.


The only park in the community is Carpenter Park and Skippy Ball Field. The park’s main features are its soccer and baseball fields. A concession building is located near the fields along with a playground. Carpenter is also home to three tennis courts for residential use.


If you have any questions regarding the city of St. Louis Park, Minnesota, it’s parks, schools, history, or amenities OR if you would like to sell or buy a house in the St. Louis Park area, please feel free to visit www.DavidOlsonRealEstate.com or text/call Realtor David Olson @ 952.314.9446 or email: [email protected].

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