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About Northeast Minneapolis, Minnesota:
Northeast Minneapolis includes the fine neighborhoods of Audubon Park, Beltrami, Bottineau, Holland, Columbia Park, Logan Park, Sheridan, North East Park, St. Anthony East, St. Anthony West, Waite Park, Windom Park, Marshall Terrace and Marcy-Holmes.
The Audubon Park neighborhood is located in northeast Minneapolis. The neighborhood is bounded by Saint Anthony Parkway, Stinson Boulevard, Lowry Avenue and Central Avenue. Stinson Boulevard is also the city’s border with St. Anthony.The park and neighborhood are named in honor of John James Audubon, a great American naturalist and ornithologist. A majority of the houses in this relatively hilly neighborhood were built in the 1940s.
Beltrami neighborhood is in the Northeast community of Minneapolis. It is bound on the north by Broadway Street NE, on the east by Interstate 35W, on the south by Hennepin Avenue East and on the west by Central Avenue NE and Harrison Street NE. Located within the neighborhood is Beltrami Park, which has a playground, bocci courts, soccer and softball fields, tennis courts, a sand volleyball court and a basketball court. Beltrami neighborhood and park are named after Giacomo Constantino Beltrami, an early 19th century Italian jurist, scholar and explorer. As with other neighborhoods in northeast Minneapolis, many artists have set up studios in Beltrami. Large tracts of industrial land cover the southwestern part of the neighborhood, while the remaining land is dedicated to single-family dwellings interspersed with low-rise multifamily buildings.
Bottineau neighborhood is located in northeast Minneapolis. It is bordered by the Mississippi River on the west and University Avenue to the east. Lowry Avenue NE is the northern extent of the neighborhood, which runs to 16th/17th avenues NE in the south. This small neighborhood is named after the legendary pioneer, explorer and leader Pierre Bottineau who bought land here in 1845. Bottineau neighborhood has a rich history with the large number of ethnic groups that have settled in this area over the years. Today the community has a population of 1,254 people and is a destination for many artists to live and work. Bottineau has a nice mix of amenities including a large park, a library, and its close proximity to downtown.
The Holland neighborhood is located in the Northeast community of Minneapolis. The neighborhood’s northern extent is 27th Avenue NE and the southern boundary is along 17th and 19th avenues NE. Central Avenue NE is the eastern extent and University Avenue NE is the western boundary. The neighborhood and its elementary school are named after Josiah G. Holland, an American educator and editor born in 1819 in Massachusetts. He was well known for Timothy Titcomb’s Letters, a column he wrote for a newspaper in Springfield, Massachusetts.
The Holland neighborhood is predominately residential, and more than 75 percent of the homes were built before 1920. Holland does have some commercial and retail areas, mainly along Central Avenue. The neighborhood has other amenities including Jackson Square Park, Edison Senior High School and a Minneapolis public library branch. The neighborhood was a popular destination for Eastern Europeans emigrating at the beginning of the 20th century.
The Columbia Park neighborhood in northeast Minneapolis is bound on the north by 37th Avenue, on the east by Central Avenue, on the south by 27th Avenue and St. Anthony Boulevard and on the west by University Avenue NE, 4th Street NE and the Mississippi River. This neighborhood was named for three reasons: Columbia Park, one of the area’s parks; the park’s acquisition in 1892, the “Columbian” year, the 400th year since Christopher Columbus’ first voyage to the Americas; and the adjacent suburb Columbia Heights. The neighborhood has residential areas tucked away with industrial surroundings, between the city of Columbia Heights and the neighborhood’s Columbia Park and golf course. Its north end consists of a narrow strip of streets from Main Street to Central Avenue while Columbia Boulevard, which runs north of the golf course, looks much like Minnehaha Parkway with the same type of housing – stucco and brick Tudors and two-story colonials.
Logan Park neighborhood in northeast Minneapolis is bound 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 is 40 percent residential with industry comprising nearly 30 percent and 11.5 percent dedicated to parks and recreational uses. The neighborhood has many large Victorian houses and is built around Logan Park, a square dating back to the 1800s and named for Civil War general and U.S. Sen. John A. Logan. Railroad tracks along Central Avenue divide the neighborhood into an industrial area and the residential district.
The Sheridan neighborhood is located in northeast Minneapolis. It extends 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. It is named for Civil War General Philip Sheridan. The neighborhood elementary and junior high schools and the local park are all named after General Sheridan too. A large portion of the neighborhood was built for industrial use of the Mississippi River, but there is potential for new housing in these industrial areas. The Sheridan neighborhood also has a sizable amount of small apartment buildings.
Northeast Park is bound on the south by Broadway Street NE and on the southeast by Interstate 35, on the north by 18th Avenue NE and New Brighton Boulevard, and on the west by Central Avenue NE. The city limits make its NE boundary. This neighborhood takes its name from its geographical location in the City of Minneapolis.
Northeast Park is roughly divided into three sections, and the western section is mainly residential. The Quarry, a large regional shopping center, is a buffer between the small residential portion of the neighborhood and the eastern section. The eastern section is home to the Hillside Cemetery and Honeywell International manufacturing.
St. Anthony East
St. Anthony East is located in northeast Minneapolis. The neighborhood extends from Broadway Street NE on the northern border to Central Avenue NE on the east and southeast, Second Avenue NE on the south, and then Fifth and Washington streets NE on the west. The neighborhood is part of the former village of St. Anthony, established in 1849 on the east bank of the Mississippi River. St. Anthony Falls -the neighborhood’s namesake- was seen in 1680 by Father Louis Hennepin, a Jesuit who is credited with being the first European to explore the area that is now Minneapolis. He named the falls after his patron saint, St. Anthony of Padua.
St. Anthony East is characterized by its number of churches, reminders of a not-so- distant past when people from different European countries moved into the area. These immigrants settled in neighborhoods around their churches, which held them together as social and religious groups.
St. Anthony West
St. Anthony West is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Minneapolis as part of the village of St. Anthony, established in 1849 on the east bank of the Mississippi River. St. Anthony Falls, which gives the name to the neighborhood, was seen in 1680 by Father Louis Hennepin, a Jesuit who is credited with being the first European to explore the area that is now Minneapolis. He named the falls after his patron saint, St. Anthony of Padua.
The neighborhood is within walking distance of downtown and the University of Minnesota. St. Anthony West is also host to Boom Island Park, a 14-acre riverside park. Broadway Street NE is the northern boundary, and the neighborhood extends to Second Avenue on the south. The Mississippi River makes up the western extent and Washington and Fifth streets NE define the eastern boundary.
Waite Park neighborhood, in the city’s northeast corner, is bound on the north by 37th Avenue Northeast, on the east by Stinson Boulevard, on the south by Saint Anthony Parkway and on the west by Central Avenue Northeast. The neighborhood is named for Edward Foote Waite, judge of the District Court of Hennepin County from 1911 to 1941. In 1887, the city incorporated most of the land in the neighborhood. By that time the railroad had built a large repair facility, the Shoreham Yards. The facility is still in use, but the land it’s on is expected to be redeveloped. Waite Park is a mainly residential neighborhood.
Windom Park is in the Northeast community of Minneapolis. The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Lowry Avenue NE, on the west by Central Avenue NE, on the south by 18th Avenue NE and on the east by New Brighton Boulevard. Windom Park is named after William Windom, who served from the mid- to late-1800s as a United States senator from Minnesota and as secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury.
This is a mainly residential neighborhood; single-family dwellings tend to predominate in the eastern quadrant, while multifamily buildings are a feature in the western quadrant, particularly in the vicinity of Central Avenue. Central Avenue, the neighborhood’s western border, is a very active commercial corridor. Many ethnic restaurants line the street, showing how new immigrants are reshaping the neighborhood.
Marshall Terrace neighborhood is located in Minneapolis’ Northeast community. The borders of the neighborhood are Saint Anthony Parkway on the north and Lowry Avenue on the south. The Mississippi River is the western extent, and 4th Street NE and University Avenue are the eastern extent. The neighborhood is named after Minnesota’s fifth governor, William R. Marshall, who served from 1866 to 1870.
Large tracts of land in this neighborhood are used for industry, railroad tracks and utilities. About 20 percent of the land is residential with related commercial uses. Residential uses are restricted to the center of the neighborhood with utilities mainly along the river and industry and railroad tracks to the east.
Marcy-Holmes neighborhood, on the east bank of the Mississippi River, is named for William L. Marcy, an American statesman and secretary of state born in 1786 and Oliver Wendell Holmes, an American poet, essayist and novelist born in 1819. The neighborhood lies across the Mississippi River from downtown. The University of Minnesota forms its east boundary, and the west border of the neighborhood is the East Hennepin/Central Avenue commercial area.
In 1993 the City Council approved a change in boundaries. Two blocks that were previously within the University of Minnesota neighborhood were reassigned to Marcy-Holmes. These two blocks, bound by University Avenue SE, 11th Avenue SE, Second Street SE and I-35 W, include Florence Court, a historic landmark of nine brick townhouses, which had 47 households in 1990.
Marcy-Holmes is home to Dinkytown, which includes many businesses tailored to the nearby University of Minnesota. The neighborhood also provides housing to many students attending the University of Minnesota.
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Northeast Minneapolis includes the friendly communities of Waite Park, Audubon Park, Holland, Windom Park, Northeast Park, Beltrami, St. Anthony East, St. Anthony West, Logan Park, Sheridan, Columbia Park, Bottineau, Marshall Terrace, Nord East, St. Anthony, Madison Lofts, The Falls/Pinnacle, Superior Plating Site, Calumet Lofts, Cream of Wheat Lofts, Village at St. Anthony Falls, Crescent Trace, 110 1st Avenue NE, The Cobalt, Pillsbury A Mill, The Carlysle Condos, Flour Sack Flats, Phoenix on the River, U Flats, Foshay Condos, Flour Sack Flats 2, Silver Lake Village, Riverplace, Nicollet Island, Winslow House, LaRive, Renaissance on the River, Marcy Holmes, Main Street, Nicollet Island East Bank, St. Anthony NE Condominiums, 1901 Lofts, Riverpointe Condominiums, Townhomes of Citiscape, Village Lofts at St. Anthony, St. Anthony in Towne Townhomes, Bottineau Commons West, Thorpe Brothers Shady Oak Addition, Alta Vista Addition, East Side Addition, Liberty Heights, Gormleys Addition, Olympian Heights, Jefferson Street Addition, St. Anthony Heights, Beltrami, Arlington Heights, Coco Heights, Lincoln Hills, Summit Hill, Stinson Boulevard Terrace, Oakwood, Ramsey Lockwood, Fidelity, Pocahontas Heights, Brown, Oak Hill Park, The Soo-Line Addition and Hoyer Heights. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Tara O’Brien. She’s At The Heart of Minneapolis.