Hiawatha Minneapolis Real Estate
Located on the western shore of the Mississippi River, Hiawatha is part of the Longfellow community. The Hiawatha neighborhood is largely residential with a high proportion of single family homes and recreational area. Nearly one third of the neighborhood's area is designated for recreational use, including the Mississippi's Lock and Dam #1 and the beloved Minnehaha Park. Minnehaha park has been in service to the community for over 150 years and features hiking and biking trails, picnic spots and best of all, many special events hosted there throughout the year.
The most common architectural style found in this neighborhood is the Bungalow with many built in the early 20th century. Since then, many of these older homes have been updated, refurbished and modernized to still be coveted living spaces in the 21st century.
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Hiawatha - Minneapolis MN Homes & Condos MLS
Hiawatha is connected to downtown Minneapolis, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport and the Mall of America by the light rail public transport system which runs down the central street, Hiawatha Avenue. This picturesque neighborhood features a healthy mix of residential and commercial land use along the popular Minnehaha Avenue which offers all the desired necessities for both shopping and entertainment.
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