Sheridan Minneapolis Real Estate

Situated in the Northeast Minneapolis, the neighborhood of Sheridan was named after Philip Sheridan, a revered Civil War General. Historically, Sheridan has been a working class neighborhood and was home to predominantly Eastern European immigrants in the early twentieth century.

In the present day, Sheridan's heart is a bustling commercial district which was once a main line for the neighborhood's streetcar line. This community is also home to many art galleries and a stretch of 13th Avenue that runs through the area is known as "Arts Avenue" for the arts and entertainment destinations featured there.

The majority of the homes here were constructed between 1890 and 1930. There are both single-family dwellings and multi-family complexes that accommodate both homebuyers and renters.

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While much of this neighborhood is constructed to allow industrial companies to make use of the Mississippi River, there is much potential for residential locations in the area, and the river banks are slowly but surely developing into an area of recreational and residential buildings. This neighborhood is home to several apartment buildings, where many of the area's three thousand residents live. Sheridan has recently seen an increase in the number of young families moving to the area, and the under 18 age group is the fastest-growing age group in this neighborhood.

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Like many other Minneapolis neighborhoods, Sheridan residents are committed to improving their community. The Sheridan Neighborhood Organization has helped fund and develop a local public library and lead the charge on the revitalization of a 13th Avenue theatre. Current plans include programs for housing rehabilitation and to increase the availability of affordable housing.