Elliot Park Minneapolis Real Estate
Located just south of downtown Minneapolis, Elliot Park is a city neighborhood with owner occupied, rental and investment housing. The neighborhood has undergone a period of renovation and growth in the past decade, with many of the older mansions that had been converted into apartments after undergoing a face lift.
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Home to Hennepin Count Medical Center and North Central University, Elliot Park takes its name from the park that bears the same name, created on land donated to the city by Dr. Joseph Elliot in the 1800s.
The park is a serene gathering place in the midst of the busy urban community, offering a wading pool for children, picnic tables and areas to hang out, tennis and basketball courts and baseball and softball fields. Located within the park is the Elliot Recreation Center which offers a wide variety of arts and recreational programs to a mix of local children, college students and senior citizens.
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Homes and buildings in Elliot Park are still available at affordable prices despite the deceptively high average price for homes. The stock of owner occupied homes in the area is growing as the neighborhood reinvents itself as a thriving urban center that caters to all of its residents.
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