Stevens Square - Loring Heights Real Estate

Stevens Square - Loring Heights is east of Nicollet Avenue is a neighborhood in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stevens Square - Loring Heights extends from Lyndale Avenue to Interstate 35W and from Interstate 94 to Franklin Avenue. Stevens Square - Loring Heights is a short, wide neighborhood only a few blocks long but nearly a mile wide.Read More

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Stevens Square & Loring Heights - Minneapolis MN Homes & Condos MLS

Stevens Square - Loring Heights is bordered by the neighborhoods of Loring Park, Phillips, Whittier and Lowry Hill East. It is a great place to live because from the edge of the community, it's only a seven minute walk to the downtown core of Minneapolis. The area of Stevens Square is mostly old apartment buildings and mansions that have been divided into apartments which give the neighborhood a high population density. The neighborhood is a historic district because of the three and a half story apartment buildings that surround Stevens Square Park.

The center of the neighborhood is Stevens Square Park - which occupies a city block and is the community's prized possession.

Many people flock to Stevens Square - Loring Heights because of its beautiful architecture and proximity to downtown Minneapolis.

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