Webber-Camden Minneapolis Real Estate

The neighborhood of Webber-Camden is located in the community of Camden in the northwest part of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Webber-Camden is bound by Penn Avenue and Newton Avenue on the west side, the Canadian Pacific Railways tracks on the north side, Interstate 94 on the east side and Dowling Avenue on the south side. Until 1995, the area was known simply as "Camden", however the city added Webber to the name because the Webber Parkway and Webber Park are located within the boundaries of the neighborhood. Webber Park connects to the Mississippi River, which is the neighborhoods most prominent feature.Read More

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Webber Camden - Minneapolis MN Homes & Condos MLS

The Webber-Camden community is a mixture of middle-class and working class homes coupled with some industrial zones. This mixture of homes and industrial areas makes Webber-Camden a perfect choice for families who have a member working in the industrial area, taking up a large portion of the working-class homes in Webber-Camden. Many middle-class families, singles and retirees also enjoy living in the Webber-Camden neighborhood because of its diverse nature.

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