Columbia Park Minneapolis Real Estate

Columbia Park is a thriving residential neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis. With a population of about 1,600 people, it's the size of many of the smaller towns that make up the suburbs of the Twin Cities metro area. The active neighborhood association is involved in planning activities for residents of all ages. Some of those activities include container gardening in community gardens, Tai Chi courses and a monthly Procrastinators Night when all the procrastinators in the neighborhood get together to work on their unfinished projects.Read More

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The shining star of the Columbia Park is, of course, Columbia Park, with its challenging 18 hole golf course, playground area, walking trails, archery course, horseshoe pits and picnic areas. The neighborhood also includes a smaller park, Hi View park, with a children's wading pool and basketball courts. Other highlights of the neighborhood include the walking paths along the Mississippi and the St. Anthony Parkway Bridge.

Children in Columbia Park attend the Minneapolis Public Schools, which includes a strong magnet schools program and exciting opportunities for all students.

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