Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Northeast Community
Columbia Park - The shining star of the Columbia Park is, of course, Columbia Park, with its challenging golf course, playground area, walking trails, archery course, horseshoe pits and picnic areas.
Waite Park - Waite Park is primarily a residential neighborhood, however the Shoreham Yards, a train repair facility, still exists in the area.
Audubon Park - This neighborhood in northeast Minneapolis is perfect for anyone who wants to live in an Urban area.
Windom Park - Many of the homes in the west part of the neighborhood were built between 1895 and 1810, providing for some beautiful architecture.
Northeast Park - Northeast Park homes are typically single-family residences, and approximately one thousand people live here.
Beltrami - There may be a bit of industrial activity in the southwestern part of the neighborhood, but Beltrami is, for the most part, an excellent place to settle down and enjoy life in Minneapolis.
St. Anthony East & West - This small city is a refuge for those who want to or need to live close to the Twin Cities metropolitan area, but who crave the comforts and relaxation that come with small town life.
Sheridan - The Sheridan Neighborhood Organization has already had several successes, including funding the development of a public library, and the refurbishment of a theatre located on 13th Avenue.
Logan Park - There are just over 1,000 housing units in the Logan Park neighborhood.
Holland - Housing prices are slightly lower than the median prices for similar housing in other parts of the city, making it a wonderfully affordable neighborhood.
Bottineau - This neighborhood has an artistic flare.
Marshall Terrace - Homes in Marshall Terrace are both affordable and attractive.