This neighborhood, like many others in northeastern Minneapolis, has become the home of many artists of all varieties, many of whom have set up studios. The neighborhood and the beloved area park were named after Giacomo Constantino Beltrami; he was an Italian explorer, scholar, and a jurist in the 1800s. He brought his Italian flare and added romance to the neighborhood.
Beltrami Park is a very large, gorgeous park. The space features a playground, both softball and soccer fields, a sand volleyball court, bocci courts, tennis courts, a basketball court, all for the public to enjoy. This provides a great chance for the community to get together and experience all the park has to offer.
The neighborhood has some industrial infrastructure in the southwestern portion of Beltrami, but for the most part is a great residential community to settle in and enjoy Minneapolis life.