Hawthorne Minneapolis Real Estate

The Hawthorne neighborhood, located just north of downtown Minneapolis, is home to nearly 6,000 residents, nearly twice the size of most other Minneapolis neighborhoods. It is home to the Nellie Stone Johnson School, one of Minneapolis' Choice schools. The Johnson school emphasizes active community partnerships, and is actively supported by a number of community organizations.Read More

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This active participation is characteristic of the Hawthorne neighborhood, which is also home to an active community organization, the Hawthorne Area Community Council. HACC has been in operation for over thirty years, and is involved in improving neighborhood services and access for all of its residents.

Hawthorne - Minneapolis MN Homes & Condos MLS

The neighborhood is a community of multi family homes interspersed with single family residences. The neighborhood is home to Fairview Park, which offers a wealth of recreational opportunities for residents, including football, basketball, soccer and baseball, a tot lot and wading pool, biking paths and walking paths. In the winter, the graded hills provide wonderful sledding surfaces for adults and children alike.

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