The neighborhood of Bryant is located in Minneapolis and was incorporated into the city in 1887; it was completely developed as a residential area in 1930. The area hardly had any commercial or industrial space at all, with most of the land within the neighborhood's boundaries made up of residential property. Today, Bryant is still mostly residential. There are many single-family homes as well as larger, multi-family complexes like apartment buildings and townhomes in the northwestern area of Bryant.
The neighborhood was named after William Cullen Bryant, an American poet who lived in the area from 1794 to 1878.
The residents of Bryant consider it a fantastic play to live; the gorgeous park is a great place for children and families to enjoy the outdoors. There are wooded walking paths and plenty to discover in the area. The neighborhood has plenty of homes and space to provide a buffer from the rest of Minneapolis. The suburban neighborhood is a welcoming community and that only enhances the charm of Bryant.