Northeast Park Minneapolis Real Estate
Located on the outskirts of the city of Minneapolis, Northeast Park is bound in the North East by the city limits and is named simply for its location. The neighborhood is divided into three distinct sections: the Western residential section, a central large shopping center known as The Quarry, and the Eastern section which contains the Hillside Cemetery and a large manufacturing plant.
Northeast Park is also home to the Jim Lupient Water Park, so there is plenty of opportunity to cool off for people of all ages in the warm summer months.
Northeast Park homes are typically single-family residences and just over one thousand people live here. Around two thirds of these homes were built before 1940, and of these, a large proportion were built around the turn of the century. The Quarry acts as a buffer between the residential and industrial sections of the neighborhood, which gives Northeast Park a quieter atmosphere than other neighborhoods close to industrial sections of the city.
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Northeast Park residents love the neighborhood for its central location, the variety of commercial businesses present, the excellent schools and recreational opportunities, and the friendly atmosphere of the area.
The area feels very quiet, suburban almost, without sacrificing its close proximity to the downtown area. This neighborhood has affordable homes that are older, but have been updated to meet the needs of a 21st centruy homebuyer.
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