Minneapolis Communities and Neighborhoods – Minneapolis Homes & Minneapolis Real Estate
There are eleven communities in the city of Minneapolis each of which is divided in several neighborhoods. Officially, there are 81 neighborhoods of the city. Below are the communities and neighborhoods of Minneapolis.
Calhoun-Isles is an affluent, upscale area of Minneapolis that is situated southwest of Downtown. It is where the Uptown district is found. Most of the nightlife, restaurants and upscale shops of the city are found there. Its neighborhoods include CARAG, Cedar-Isles-Dean, Bryn Mawr, Lowry Hill, Lowry Hill East, East Calhoun/ECCO, Kenwood, West Calhoun and East Isles.
The Camden Community is situated in the north corner of Minneapolis and it is mostly residential though it has two industrial areas. It is one of the most diverse neighborhoods of the city. The neighborhoods in Camden are, Cleveland, McKinley, Folwell, Victory, Lind-Bohanon, Webber-Camden and Shingle Creek.
The Central Community is right in the heart of Minneapolis and it is where the warehouse district, downtown area and other notable parks, historic buildings and museums are found. Its neighborhood includes the Elliot Park, Loring Partk, Downtown East and West, Stevens Square and North Loop.
The Longfellow community is situated in the southeast of the city and is predominantly a working and middle class community. It borders the city of St. Paul and Mississippi. Its neighborhoods are Hiawatha, Cooper, Seward, Longfellow and Howe.
Near North is another community in the city of Minneapolis and it is made up of six neighborhoods namely Harrison, Jordan, Near North, Hawthorne, Willard-Hay and Summer-Glenwood.
Nokomis is a community occupying the southeast corner of the city which borders Minneapolis. It is mostly residential and its neighborhoods include Morris Park, Minnehaha, Hale, Field, Ericsson, Diamond Lake, Keewaydin, Northrop, Page, Regina and Wenonah.
Northeast is a community in the northeast corner of the city. It is the traditional home of immigrants and sometimes referred to as Nordeast. It becomes popular with young individuals and is still attractive to new immigrants. Its neighborhoods include Beltrami, Audubon Park, Bottineau, Holland, Sheridan, Northeast Park, Logan Park, Marshall Terrace, Waite Park, St. Anthony East and West and Windom Park.
Phillips is south of downtown of the city and has a mix of industrial, commercial and residential areas. It is also one of the most diverse communities. Its neighborhoods include Midtown Phillips, East Phillips, Ventura Village and Phillips West.
Powerhorn is south of downtown and contains neighborhoods namely Bryant, Bancoft, Standish, Powerdon Park, Corcolan, Central, Whittier and Lyndale.
Southwest is another community found in the southwest corner of the city which is mainly a residential community. Its neighborhoods are Lynnhurst, East Harriet, Armatage, Kenny, Fulton, Windon, Linden Hills, King Field, Windom and Tangletown.
University community is where the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minneapolis is found. It was significantly gentrified in the recent years and this is mostly because of its closeness to the downtown area.
There are many students residing here and various cheap coffee shops and restaurants are usually found. Its neighborhoods include Como, Cedar-Riverside, Marcy-Holmes, University, Prospect Park and Nicollet Island/East Bank.
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