Located on the South-Eastern border of the Minneapolis city limits, the neighborhood of Morris Park is named after Mary C. Morris, daughter of Franklin Steele, the first European-American to reside in St. Anthony (now a Minneapolis neighborhood located on the East bank of the Mississippi).Read More
In the present day, Morris Park is part of the Nokomis East Neighborhood Association, which also includes the neighborhoods of Keewaydin, Minnehaha, and Wenonah. These neighborhoods are replete with parks, playgrounds, and lakes as well as conveniently located public amenities such as a library, retail stores, and post office. Of course, Morris Park itself is one of the most popular parks in the neighborhood, boasting a basketball court, soccer field, pool, and picnic areas.
Morris Park is home to approximately three thousand people, and the residents of this friendly and attractive neighborhood have a strong sense of pride in their community. Many of the single-family homes in the neighborhood were built between the 1920s and the 1960s, and many residents also take pride in their attractively-maintained homes and gardens. Around 65% of Morris Park homes are occupied by families, however the area is also becoming more popular with young couples and seniors, too.
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