Downtown Minneapolis is also known as the the Central Community, which is comprised of six separate neighborhoods. The pulse of Minneapolis starts in the downtown area of Minneapolis, with it's huge skyscrapers, including the IDS Center, the historic Foshay Tower and all the other commercial buildings that are part of the downtown skyline, which is ever changing. Because of the extremes of the climate in Minnesota, many of these buildings are connected by skyways (indoor hallways that connect commercial buildings). The residential sector of downtown Minneapolis, unlike other metropolitan areas is expanding rapidly, with many condominiums and townhome complexes that have been erected in the past 15 years. With the expanse of the residential areas of Downtown Minneapolis, have come consumer driven businesses like grocery stores and award winning restaurants.
The Downtown East Neighborhood is situated on the Mississippi River, and is home to the Mill City Museum and the nationally recognized Guthrie Theater. Along the water front is a city park which includes building ruins. Recent commercial construction in this area includes current construction of the Minnesota Vikings stadium which will be completed in 2016. The population of this neighborhood has expanded greatly in the past ten years with the influx of condominium construction.
The Downtown West Neighborhood of Minneapolis is where the vast majority of office building space in Minneapolis is located, including the IDS Center, and is where historic Nicollet Mall is located.
The Elliot Park Neighborhood is home to the Hennepin County Medical Center, and the Hennepin County government offices. This particular neighborhood and it's local park received their names from Dr. Joseph Elliot, a physician and farmer who donated land to make the park.
The Loring Park neighborhood is named for it's park, Loring Park, which initially was called Central Park until the parks' name was changed to honor the first superintendent of the Minneapolis park system, Charles Loring. This very historic area of Minneapolis has numerous 19th Century apartment buildings, and some of the most historic churches in Minnesota including Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church and the Basilica of St. Mary.
The North Loop Neighborhood of Minneapolis has seen substantial changes in the past ten years with many historic warehouses and other commercial buildings being converted to Condominiums and award winning restaurants. This part of Minneapolis is known as the warehouse district by locals, even though the number of warehouses has been reduced dramatically, because of it's recent conversion to more of a residential area.
The Stevens Square-Loring Heights Neighborhood is located just south of downtown Minneapolis, and is home to many turn of the century low rise buildings, including apartment buildings. This area was named after Colonel John Stevens, an early settler of Minneapolis.
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If you are looking for affordable, low maintenance living this is the unit for you! This Loring Heights condo is an absolute ideal location. Very easy access to 94 and wi...
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Welcome to your new home in the heart of the city! This optimally located condo makes for a great downtown home, urban cabin, or investment opportunity. Just two blocks f...
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