Powderhorn Community Minneapolis Real Estate

The Powderhorn Community is located in south Minneapolis; it is a historic part of Minneapolis and encompasses some of the oldest architecture in the city. This area is a nice blend of residential housing, retail, and dining. This thriving neighborhood is best known for its namesake outdoor space, Powderhorn Park.

The area's residents are well-known for their creativity and artistic nature, both of which play right into their annual May Day Festival and Art Fair.

In recent years, Lake Street has been revitalized, giving the area a host of unique local businesses and restaurants. The area has easy access to all other parts of the city, especially downtown Minneapolis.

This neighborhood is mostly residential, with single-family homes, brownstone apartments, duplexes and narrow residential lots dominating the area.

Read more about the Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Powderhorn Community

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Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Powderhorn Community

Whittier - This old neighborhood boasts beautiful architecture with plenty of residential properties available for sale.

Lyndale - This convenient location with unique properties is a sought after area to live in Minneapolis.

Central - Home ownership is on the rise in Central as it is in many areas of Minneapolis.

Bryant - Bryant neighborhood was named for William Cullen Bryant, who was an American poet who lived from 1794 to 1878.

Powderhorn Park - Powderhorn is a predominantly residential neighborhood, dominated by single-family lots.

Bancroft - This wonderful little neighborhood was named after the local elementary school, which is named for George Bancroft, an American historian born in 1800.

Corcoran - Housing in Corcoran is about evenly divided between rental property and owner occupied housing, with about 60% of the land devoted to single family detached homes.

Standish - Standish is a quiet neighborhood with a population of around seven thousand, with all the advantages of a busy city thanks to the light rail system, Downtown Minneapolis, great shopping in nearby St. Paul and some of the biggest and best parks in the city are just minutes away.