The Northeast Community of Minneapolis is just northeast of downtown Minneapolis (hence the name) and much of it is situated on the Mississippi River. This wonderful community doesn't have the lakes that some of the other communities have, but what it does have is affordable housing and a small town feel that sometimes is lost in large metropolitan areas. Many of the locals call Northeast "Nordeast" which came from the influences of the northern and eastern immigrant population that settled in this area in the late 1800's and early 1900's. This historic area is considered to be the oldest European settlement in Minneapolis, with many buildings still standing that were built in the mid 1850's. There is thirteen distinctive neighborhoods within the borders of the Northeast Community.
The Audubon Park neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis has that small town feel with plenty of community parks including Audubon Park. The neighborhood and the park received their name from John James Audubon, the famous American naturalist. The majority of homes in this somewhat hilly neighborhood were built in the 1940's.
The Beltrami neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis is an affordable area of Minneapolis. The neighborhood and neighborhood park were named after Giacomo Constantino Beltrami a 19th century explorer and scholar. Beltrami Park is one of the largest multi-use parks in Minneapolis with a large playground, tennis courts, soccer and softball fields, volleyball and basketball courts and even bocci courts. Much of the southwest section of the neighborhood is industrial, but the remaining land is single family homes, intermixed with small apartment buildings.
The Bottineau neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis is a quite small neighborhood in Minneapolis that borders the Mississippi River, and has a population of less than 1300 people. Bottineau received it's name after the explorer and pioneer, Pierre Bottineau, who purchased land in this area of Minneapolis in the mid 1800's.
The Columbia Park Neighborhood was named after Columbia Park, an area park that has a golf course, and other attractions. The park was named after the famous explorer, Christopher Columbus. This area of Minneapolis has a commercial real estate presence, but does have some wonderful residential areas, especially around Columbia Boulevard.
The Holland Neighborhood and it's elementary school were named after Josiah G. Holland, an editor and educator born in the early 1800's in Massachusetts. This area of Minneapolis is primarily residential, and most of the homes were built in the early 1900's. The Holland Neighborhood was a destination for eastern European immigrants at the turn of the 20th century.
The Logan Park Neighborhood is situated on 150 acres, and has a nice variety of residential and commercial real estate, intermixed with a number of city parks. The neighborhood was named after one of those parks, Logan Park, and the park was named after United States Senator, John A Logan.
The Marshall Terrace Neighborhood was named after the Minnesota Governor, William R. Marshall, who was governor from 1866 to 1870. The vast majority of this neighborhood is used primarily for industry, with less than 20% of the immediate area being residential.
The Northeast Park Neighborhood is one of the smaller neighborhoods in Minneapolis, and is home to the Jim Lupient Water Park, which is one of the newer water parks in Minneapolis.
The St, Anthony East Neighborhood is one of the oldest areas in Minneapolis, and in very close proximity to downtown Minneapolis and The University of Minnesota.
St. Anthony West Neighborhood is another neighborhood that is within walking distance of the University of Minnesota and downtown Minneapolis. It is home to Boom Island Park, an island park on the Mississippi River that has one of the oldest lighthouses in Minnesota.
The Sheridan Neighborhood was named after the Civil War General, Phillip Sheridan. The local park and two of the schools were named after General Sheridan as well. This historical neighborhood is where the Grain Belt Brewery once brewed their extremely popular beer until the brewery closed in the mid 1970's. The brewery was vacant for over twenty five years until a architectural firm renovated the buildings in the early 2000's.
The Waite Park Neighborhood was named after Hennepin County District Court Judge, Edward Foote Waite, who served in office for thirty years until 1941. This popular neighborhood is mostly residential.
The Windom Park Neighborhood was named after the United States senator from Minnesota, William Windom who also served as the secretary of the United States treasury department in the mid to late 1800's. This neighborhood has a mixture of residential and commercial real estate, and has a wonderful variety of restaurants on Central Avenue the main corridor into this neighborhood.
Terrific studio space above Erte' restaurant and the Peacock Lounge. Prime Northeast Minneapolis location on 13th Avenue steps from Young Joni and the Mississippi River....
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---Top floor alert---Fantastic studio with SPACE! Current set up has a full table area, bedroom, generous living room with bay window and a huge storage room (7x8!!) Heat...
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Great value in highly sought after Northeast Minneapolis neighborhood. Clean and sharp 1 bedroom unit on the third floor, in unit washer and dryer, lots of storage, and n...
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Rare opportunity for a move-in ready home in this area under $200,000 with 3 bedrooms and 1 1/4 bathrooms. Set on a corner lot with convenient nearby transit options near...
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