The Twin Cities offer a variety of exciting things to do where it’s easy to live life to the fullest. You’ll find something for everyone including great food, theater, music and museums. For those seeking urban living, there are plenty of condos, loft, townhomes, or homes in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area.

Minneapolis-Downtown Neighborhoods

Downtown West

Borders from 12th Street/3rd Ave N/Washington Ave S/NW Hennepin Ave/S Mississippi River

The downtown west neighborhood is the center of Minneapolis business district, retail stores, and residential condos.

Downtown East

East of Highway 35W/5th Street S/W Portland Ave S/N Mississippi River

The neighborhood has converted from factories and old mills to residential properties. Minneapolis used to be the flour milling capital of the world.

North Loop

Stevens Square/Loring Heights

E of Nicollet Ave/Highway 94 N-Franklin Ave

The Stevens Square was named after the first settler in Minneapolis, Colonial John Squares.

Elliot Park

5th Street S/E Highway 35/W 5th Ave

Elliot Park is the largest neighborhood in within the central downtown Minneapolis area. This Elliot Park- Minneapolis neighborhood is home to the Hennepin County Medical Center and also the North Central University.

Loring Park

W Lyndale N-S/Hennepin Ave/S Highway 94/E Highway 35W

Loring Park was originally named Central Park. The park was changed to honor Charles Long, the first Minneapolis park system superintendent.

St. Paul Neighborhoods

Downtown/Lowertown

West Side

West Seventh/Fort Road: South of Downtown/West Seventh/Highway 35E-Fort Road/W Mississippi River

  • West Seventh Community Center
  • West Seventh Business Association
  • West Seventh-St. Paul Neighborhood Data

Summit-Hill
Summit Avenue and Ramsey St. on the north, Interstate 35E on the south & east and Ayd Mill Road on the west

Cathedral Hill
Summit Avenue/Selby Avenue Location

Summit-University
University Avenue in the North, Lexington Parkway to the West, Summit Avenue to the South and to the East along John Ireland Boulevard, Kellogg Boulevard and Marion Street

Highland Park
Mississippi River just north of Fort Snelling and across the river from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport

Mac Groveland
East from the Mississippi River to the Summit Hill neighborhood

North End

  • Cedar St/Rice St/University Ave
  • North End-St. Paul Neighborhood Data
  • Mary Dale Community Park
  • City Pages- North End-St. Paul was named the Best Undiscovered
  • Neighborhood Award 2012
  • St. Paul Schools Community Education
  • Mama’s Pizza
  • Favorable Treats

Battle Creek

  • Southeast St. Paul/Downtown St. Paul/Mississippi River
  • Battle Creek Neighborhood Data
  • Battle Creek Regional Park

Greater East Side-Northeast St. Paul

  • Hillcrest, Hazel Park, Hayden Heights, Ames Lake, and Phalen Village
  • Greater East Side-St. Paul Neighborhood Data
  • Hillcrest Golf Club

Dayton Bluff

  • South East St. Paul/East Side of Mississippi River
  • Dayton Bluff Community Center
  • Dayton Bluff Community Council
  • Dayton Bluff-St. Paul School
  • Indian Mound Park
  • Eagle Street Grill
  • Chaddagh Coffee Cafe
  • Burger Moes

Payne-Phalen

  • Northeast St. Paul/E Highway 35E
  • Payne-Phalen-St. Paul Neighborhood Data
  • Phalen Park
  • Dragon Festival
  • Minnesota Humanities Center

Minneapolis – South Neighborhoods

Calhoun-Isle

S Lake St/W France Ave/Lagoon Ave & Lake of Isles NE

The Chain of Lakes in this specific location is: Lake of Isles, Lake Calhoun, and Cedar Lake.  The Kenilworth Trail runs north to south.

  • Minneapolis Chain of Lakes
  • Uptown Art Fair
  • Calhoun Square
  • Common Roots Restaurant
  • Uptown Association
  • Calhoun-Isle Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Bancroft

38th St E & N 42nd St E/W Chicago Ave/E Cedar Ave

The Bancroft neighborhood was named after an American historian, George Bancroft.

  • Bancroft-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Bryn Mawr

N Bassett Creek/NW Theodore Wirth Parkway/S Cedar Lake Park

  • Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association
  • Bryn Mawr-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Bryn Mawr Business Association

CARAG

N Lake St/S 36th St /W Hennepin/E Lyndale

The CARAG neighborhood is the center of uptown Minneapolis. Lake Calhoun beach is walking distance.

  • Calhoun Area Residents Action Group
  • Gigi’s Cafe
  • The Chair Salon
  • Rinata Restaurant
  • City Pages Best Neighborhood Café-Minneapolis Award 2013

Kenwood

NW Cedar Lake/N Kenwood Parkway/W Lake St/S Lake of Isle

  • Kenwood-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

The Kenwood Restaurant

  • Kenwood Café

Lowry Hill

N Highway 394/ E Highway 94 & Hennepin Ave/S 22nd St

  • Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association
  • The Wedge Co-op
  • Walker Art Center
  • Thomas Lowry Park
  • Bird House Restaurant
  • The Lowry

Powderhorn Park

N Lake St/E Cedar Ave/S 38th St E/W Chicago Ave

The neighborhood Powderhorn Park received its name from Powderhorn Park Lake. The lake is looks like a powder horn.

  • Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association
  • May Day Parade – The Heart of Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre
  • May Day Café
  • Midtown Greenway

Whittier

N Franklin Ave W & E/E Highway 35W/S Lake St W/W Lyndale Ave S

The Whittier neighborhood was named after John Greenleaf Whittier, a poet.

  • Whittier Alliance
  • Whittier-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Minneapolis Institute of Art
  • Artist in Storefronts
  • Whittier Restaurants

Cedar-Isles-Dean

S Lake St/W France Ave/N-E Kenilworth Lagoon & Lake of the Isles

Bryant

N 38th St E/W Highway 35W/S 42nd St E/E Chicago Ave

The Bryant Neighborhood was named after an American Poet, William Cullen Bryant.

  • Bryant-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

East Calhoun/ECCO

N Lake St/E Hennepin/SW 36th St/W Lake Calhoun

  • East Calhoun Community Organization

Phillips

N Highway 94/E Lake St/W Highway 35W/E Hiawatha/S Cedar Ave

The Phillips neighborhood was named after a 19th century abolitionist, Wendell Phillips.

  • Midtown Global Market
  • Midtown Farmers Market
  • Phillip-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association

Corcoran

Lake St & 36th St E/Cedar Ave & Hiawatha

The neighborhood of Corcoran was named after the founder of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, William W. Corcoran.

  • Corcoran Neighborhood Organization
  • Corcoran-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Lyndale

N Lake St/E Highway 35W/Steven Ave/S 36th St/W Lyndale Ave S

The Lyndale neighborhood was named from Lyndale farm.  Honor William S. King had owned the farm and it was named after his father, Rev Lyndon King.

  • Lyndale Neighborhood Association
  • Lyndale-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Butter Bakery Café

Standish

N 36th St/E Hiawatha Ave/S 42nd & 43rd St E/W Cedar Ave

  • Standish-Ericsson Neighborhood Association
  • Standish-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Kings Wine Bar

Mpls/St. Paul Magazine/City Pages Reader’s Choice Voted Best Wine List & Best Wine Bar – 2010/2011/2012

Minneapolis – Southeast Neighborhoods

Ericsson

N 42nd & 43rd St/E Hiawatha Ave/S Minnehaha Parkway/W Cedar Ave

The Ericsson neighborhood was named after a Swedish engineer, John Ericsson.

  • Standish-Ericsson Neighborhood Association
  • Ericsson-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Angry Catfish Bicycle & Coffee Bar
  • Chris & Robs

Field

W Highway 35W/S Minnehaha Parkway/E Chicago Ave/N 46th St E

The Field neighborhood was named after a children’s poetry writer, Eugene Field.

  • Field-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Nicollet Island/East Bank

Hennepin Ave E/First Ave NE/E Mississippi River/

Nicollet Island was named after Joseph Nicollet, a mathematician and a scientist.

  • Nicollet Island/East Bank-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Nicollet Island Pavilion
  • Nicollet Island Inn

Prospect Park

S Mississippi River/Borders east side of St. Paul/W of University of Minnesota

  • Prospect Park-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Prospect Park East River Neighborhood
  • Malcolm Willey House
  • Cup Cake
  • East River Parkway

Nokomis

Highway 62/Hiawatha Ave/E Minnehaha Parkway/E 58th St

  • Nokomis East Neighborhood Association
  • Nokomis-Minneapolis Neighborhood Association
  • Lake Nokomis – Minneapolis Park & Recreation

Diamond Lake

Highway 35W/W Second Ave S/E Cedar Ave & Highway 77/S Highway 62/E 55th St/N Diamond Lake Rd.

  • Hale-Page-Diamond Lake Community Association
  • Diamond Lake-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Dinkytown

SE 14th Ave SE/4th St SE

The Marcy-Holmes neighborhood was named after an American secretary of state and statesman, William L. Marcy, and also an American poet, Oliver W. Holmes.

  • Marcy Holmes Neighborhood Association
  • Marcy Holmes-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Dinkytown Business Association
  • Loring Pasta Bar
  • Al’s Breakfast

Hale

  • N Minnehaha Creek/E Cedar Ave/S 55th St/W Chicago Ave
  • Hale-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Keewaydin

  • N Minnehaha Parkway/S 54th St E/W Cedar Ave S/W 34th Ave S
  • Keewaydin-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Nokomis Beach Coffee Cafe, 4956 28th Ave S (50th St), Minneapolis

Minnehaha

E Hiawatha Ave/S 54th St E/W 34th Ave S/N Minnehaha Parkway E

  • Minnehaha-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Minnehaha Park
  • Minnehaha Falls Nursery & Landscape
  • Minnehaha Falls Pergola Garden
  • Peace Coffee Shop

Northrop

E & W Cedar Ave and Chicago Ave/S & N 42nd St & Minnehaha

The neighborhood of Northrop was named after the second president of the University of Minnesota, Cyrus Northrop.

  • McRae Park
  • Northrop-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Page

N Minnehaha Creek/E Chicago Ave/S Diamond Lake/S 55th St E/W Highway 35W

The Page neighborhood was names after an American editor and diplomat, Walter H. Page.

  • Pearl Recreation Center
  • Page-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Regina

N 42nd St E/E Chicago Ave/S 46th St E/W Highway 35W

  • Regina-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Field Regina Northrop Neighborhood Group

Wenonah

S Highway 62/N 54th St/W Cedar Ave & Lake Nokomis/E 34th Ave

  • Wenonah-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Cedar-Riverside

West Bank-NE Mississippi River/S Highway 94/W Hiawatha Ave & Highway 35W

  • Cedar-Riverside-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Cedar-Riverside Community School

Como

E 33rd Ave SE/W Highway 35W/ E Hennepin Ave/N Winter St NE

  • Como-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Equal Housing Opportunity and MLS Realtor Shannon Lindstrom

Marcy-Holmes

E Mississippi River/University of Minnesota/E Hennepin Ave/Central Ave

Cooper

W 38th Ave S/E 27th St-34th St/E & NE Mississippi River

The Cooper neighborhood was named after an American novelist, James Fenimore Cooper.

  • Cooper-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Hiawatha

N 40th St/S 54th St E/E Mississippi River/W & S Hiawatha Ave

The Hiawatha neighborhood was named after an American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

  • Hiawatha-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Metro Blue Line (Hiawatha-Minneapolis)
  • Hiawatha Neighborhood Center
  • Hiawatha Golf Course
  • Cardinal Tavern

Howe

N 34th St/ E West River Parkway/S 40th St/W Hiawatha Ave

The Howe neighborhood was named after Julia Ward Howe, the author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.”

  • Howe-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Rail Station & Bar

Longfellow

W Hiawatha Ave/E 38th Ave/N & S 27th St-34th St

The Longfellow neighborhood was named after an American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

  • Longfellow Community Council
  • Longfellow-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • City Pages voted Neighborhood-Minneapolis Award for 2013
  • Longfellow Recreational Center
  • Longfellow Community Garden
  • Longfellow Grill
  • Birchwood Café
  • Mother Earth Garden

Morris Park

54th Street to the north, 46th Avenue to the east, the Twin Cities Air Force Base to the south, and 34th Avenue to the west.

Seward

West bank of Mississippi River/S 27th St E/W Hiawatha Ave

The Seward neighborhood was named after William Seward, a former secretary state under Abraham Lincoln.

  • Seward Neighborhood Group
  • Seward Community Co-op
  • Playwrights Center
  • Seward-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Ericsson

N 42nd & 43rd St/E Hiawatha Ave/S Minnehaha Parkway/W Cedar Ave

The Ericsson neighborhood was named after a Swedish engineer, John Ericsson.

  • Standish-Ericsson Neighborhood Association
  • Ericsson-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Angry Catfish Bicycle & Coffee Bar
  • Chris & Robs

Field

W Highway 35W/S Minnehaha Parkway/E Chicago Ave/N 46th St E

The Field neighborhood was named after a children’s poetry writer, Eugene Field.

  • Field-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Nicollet Island/East Bank

Hennepin Ave E/First Ave NE/E Mississippi River/

Nicollet Island was named after Joseph Nicollet, a mathematician and a scientist.

Prospect Park

S Mississippi River/Borders east side of St. Paul/W of University of Minnesota

  • Prospect Park-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Prospect Park East River Neighborhood
  • Malcolm Willey House
  • Cup Cake
  • East River Parkway

Nokomis

Highway 62/Hiawatha Ave/E Minnehaha Parkway/E 58th St

  • Nokomis East Neighborhood Association
  • Nokomis-Minneapolis Neighborhood Association
  • Lake Nokomis – Minneapolis Park & Recreation

Diamond Lake

Highway 35W/W Second Ave S/E Cedar Ave & Highway 77/S Highway 62/E 55th St/N Diamond Lake Rd.

  • Hale-Page-Diamond Lake Community Association
  • Diamond Lake-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Dinkytown

SE 14th Ave SE/4th St SE

The Marcy-Holmes neighborhood was named after an American secretary of state and statesman, William L. Marcy, and also an American poet, Oliver W. Holmes.

  • Marcy Holmes Neighborhood Association
  • Marcy Holmes-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Dinkytown Business Association
  • Loring Pasta Bar

Minneapolis-Southwest Neighborhoods

Armatage-Southwest Community

SW Highway 62 & Xerxes Ave S/N 54th Street W/E Logan Ave S

The Armatage was named the “Best Neighborhood” in 2012.

The neighborhood was named after Maude Armatage was the first first woman on the Minneapolis Board of Park Commissioners (1921-1951).

  • Café Maude Bistro & Bar – 5411 Penn Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 55419
  • Armatage Park & Recreation Center
  • Armatage Neighborhood Association
  • Armatage Minneapolis Schools

East Harriet

N 36th St/S 46th St/E Lyndale

  • East Harriet Neighborhood Association
  • East Harriet-Minneapolis Neighborhood Dat

Fulton

N 47th St W/E Penn Ave S/S 54th St W/W France Ave S

  • Fulton Neighborhood Association
  • Fulton-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Fulton Farmer’s Market

Kenny

Highway 62/54th St/E Lyndale Ave S/W Logan Ave S

  • Kenny Neighborhood
    Kenny-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Tangletown

N 46th St/E Highway 35W/S 54th St & Diamond Lake Rd/W Lyndale Ave S

  • Tangletown Neighborhood Association
  • Tangletown-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Wise Acre Eatery
  • Tangletown Gardens

Windom

Lyndale Ave S/Highway 121/Diamond Lake Rd. /54th St W/Highway 35W & Highway 62

The Windom neighborhood was named after a Minnesota Senator William Windom.

  • Windom-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Kingfield

E Highway 35W/W Lyndale Ave S/N 36th St/S 46th St

The Kingfield neighborhood was named after an ex-congressman, Colonel William S. King.

  • Kingfield Neighborhood Association
  • Kingfield-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Kingfield Farmer’s Market
  • Currans Restaurant

Linden Hills

N 36th St W & Lake Calhoun/E William Berry Drive & Lake Harriet/S 47th St W/W France Ave S

  • Linden Hills Neighborhood Council
  • Linden Hills Co-op
  • Great Harvest Bread
  • Trattoria Tosca
  • Como-Harriet Street Car Lines
  • Linden Hills-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Lynnhurst

S Lake Harriet/N Minnehaha Creek/Lyndale Ave S & Penn Ave S/N 46th St & S 54th St

  • Lynnhurst Neighborhood Association
  • Lynnhurst-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data
  • Lynnhurst Recreational Center
  • Sparrow Cafe

Minneapolis – Northeast Neighborhoods

Jordon

N Lowry Ave NE/E Emerson Ave N/W Broadway Ave NE

  • The neighborhood of Jordan-Minneapolis was named after Emeritus C. Morison, a past Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent.
  • Jordan Community Council
    Jordan-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Logan Park

N 19th Ave NE/E Central Ave NE/S Broadway Ave NE/W Washington St NE

The Logan Park neighborhood was named after U.S. Senator John A. Logan (Civil War General).

Logan Park is in the center of the NE Minneapolis art district.

Logan Park-Minneapolis neighborhood data

Marshall Terrace

N St. Anthony Parkway/S Lowry Ave NE/W Mississippi River/E 4th St NE & University Ave NE

The Marshall Terrace neighborhood was named after the Minnesota 5th governor, William R. Marshall.

  • Marshall Terrace Neighborhood
  • Marshall Terrace Neighborhood Data

Willard Hay

S West Broadway/Penn Ave-Xerxes Ave

  • Willard Hay-Neighborhood Data

Northeast Park

S Broadway Ave NE/SE Highway 35 W/N 18th Ave NE & New Brighton Blvd./W Central Ave NE

  • Jim Lupine Water Park
  • Northeast Park Neighborhood Association

Sheridan

Washington St NE/S Broadway Ave NE/N 18th & 19th Ave NE/E Mississippi River

The Sheridan neighborhood was named after Civil War General Philip Sheridan. The Grain Belt Brewery building (closed in 1975) resides in the Sheridan neighborhood.

  • Sheridan Neighborhood Organization
  • Sheridan-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

St. Anthony East

N Broadway Ave NE/E-SE Central Ave NE/S Second Ave NE/W Fifth & Washington St NE

  • St. Anthony East Neighborhood Association
  • St. Anthony East Neighborhood Data

St. Anthony West

St. Anthony west neighborhood is on the upper east banks of the Mississippi River and St. Anthony Falls.

  • St. Anthony Main
  • Wild Roast Cafe
  • Boom Island Park
  • St. Anthony West Neighborhood Association

Waite Park

N 37th Ave NE/E Stinson Blvd. /S St. Anthony Parkway/W Central Ave NE

The Waite Park neighborhood was named after Edward Foote Waite, judge of the District Court of Hennepin County.

  • Waite Park Community Council
  • Waite Park-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Windom Park

N Lowry Ave NE/W Central Ave NE/S 18th Ave NE/E New Brighton Blvd.

The neighborhood of Windom Park was named after William Windom, a Minnesota senator and also a secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury.

  • Windom Park-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Harrison

N Highway 55/E Highway 94 & Lyndale Ave N/S Bassett’s Creek/W Theodore Wirth Parkway

The Harrison neighborhood was named after the ninth president of U.S., William H. Harrison.

  • Harrison Neighborhood Association
  • Harrison-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Hawthorne

W Emerson Ave/S Broadway Ave NE/N Lowry Ave NE/E Mississippi River

The Hawthorne-Minneapolis neighborhood was named after Nathaniel Hawthorne, American Writer.

  • Fairview Tower
  • Hawthorne Community Council
  • Hawthorne-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Beltrami

N Broadway St NE/E Highway 35 W/E Hennepin Ave/W Central Ave-Harrison St NE

The Beltrami neighborhood was named after an Italian jurist, explorer and scholar, Giacomo Constantino Beltrami.

Beltrami Park has soccer and softball fields, tennis and basketball courts.

  • Beltrami Neighborhood Council

Bottineau

W Mississippi River/E University Ave/ N Lowry Ave/ S 16th & 17th Ave NE

The Bottineau neighborhood was named after leader Pierre Bottineau, pioneer and explorer.

  • Bottineau Neighborhood Association
  • Northeast Minneapolis Art Association
  • Mulberry Junction Community Garden

Columbia Park

N 37th Ave/E Central Ave/S 27th Ave/St. Anthony Blvd./W University Ave NE/4th Street NE-Mississippi River

The neighborhood was named after a park (Columbia Park) and also, the Columbian year.

  • Columbia Park Neighborhood Association

Holland

N 27th Ave NE/S 17th & 19th Ave NE/E Central Ave/W University Ave NE

The Holland Neighborhood was named after an American editor and educator, Josiah G. Holland.

  • Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association
  • Holland-Minneapolis neighborhood data

Minneapolis – North Neighborhoods

Near North

N West Broadway Ave /W Penn Ave/N Olson Memorial Highway/11th Ave N/E Mississippi River

  • Near North-Minneapolis Neighborhood Data

Camden

53rd Ave N/Mississippi River E/S Lowry Ave/N Xerxes Ave N

  • Camden News
  • Camden Neighborhood Center

Cleveland

Dowling Ave N/S Lowry Ave/E Penn Ave-Xerxes Ave

The Cleveland neighborhood was names after Grover Cleveland (previous president of US).

  • Cleveland Neighborhood Association

Folwell

N-S Dowling Ave to Lowry Ave/E-W Dupont Ave to Penn Ave

The Folwell neighborhood was named after the first president of the University of Minnesota president, Dr. William Folwell.

  • Folwell Neighborhood Association

Victory/Memorial

W Penn Ave-Newton Ave/E Xerxes Ave/S Dowling Ave-Humboldt Ave

The Victory neighborhood was named a memorial to World War veterans and fallen (Victory Memorial).  There are bike paths on Victory Memorial Drive, which is on the Grand Round Parkway Bypass.

  • Victory Neighborhood Association
  • City Pages named Victory as the “Best Undiscovered Neighborhood.”
  • Victory 44 Coffee Bar & Bistro

McKinley

N Dowling Ave-S Dowling Ave/W Dupont Ave/E Mississippi River

The McKinley neighborhood was named after the 25th president of US, William McKinley.

  • McKinley Neighborhood Association

Lind-Bohanon

N 53rd Ave/E Mississippi River/E 49th Ave N –Lyndale Ave N

The Lind-Bohanon neighborhood was named after a famous Swedish soprano, Jenny Lind.

  • Lind-Bohanon Neighborhood Association

Shingle Creek

N 53rd Ave/E Humboldt Ave/S 49th Ave N

Shingle Creek runs north to south into the Mississippi River surrounded by parkland.

  • Shingle Creek Neighborhood Association
  • Shingle Creek Neighborhood Data

Webber-Camden

Highway 52/S 45th Ave –Webber Parkway

The Webber-Camden neighborhood was named after Charles C. Webber and also after Camden, New Jersey.

  • Weber-Camden Neighborhood Data