Minneapolis Urban Living The Seward Neighborhood

farmers marketThe Seward is one of the oldest neighborhoods located in the south east area of Minneapolis. The Minneapolis neighborhood bordering Seward is: Cedar-Riverside, Cooper, East Phillips, Longfellow, Prospect Park/East River Road, and also Ventura Village. 

You will find most of the mid-rise duplexes and single-family homes were built during the early 19th century and are still standing firmly besides newly constructed buildings. There is quite a few Minneapolis-Seward homes in the area that are located in or near the historic district within walking distance from commercial area like shopping and restaurants. The Seward neighborhood is home to families, young professionals, college students, and also retirees.

The Minneapolis-Seward neighborhood is a green-friendly sustainable walking neighborhood and a diverse community with a mix of residential homes, commercial and industrial buildings.

There are several cafes and casual dining facilities along with the thriving local music clubs. Seward was also home to singer Bob Dylan and he had recorded one of his earliest albums here and it is regarded one of the hipster locations in Minnesota.

A few of the neighborhood establishments is: the Himalayan Restaurant, the Seward Café, the Birchwood Café and also the Memory Lanes & Flashback Café’. The Seward Co-op is a great addition to the neighbor, especially for individuals looking for grocery store who sells organic food.

The Mississippi River makes Seward an fitting location for flourishing businesses who are green-friendly. While there are several homes across Minneapolis that has equally scenic surroundings, nothing can compare to Seward and its hiking and biking trails.

Spokes – Bike & Walk Connect
http://spokesconnect.org/

Seward Neighborhood Group
http://sng.org/

The Metro Blue Line light-rail runs through the Seward neighborhood (Franklin Avenue) to and from Downtown Minneapolis area and also the airport, which makes traveling a breeze for local residents.metro blue line

Minneapolis-Seward Residential Community Garden and Organic/Green-Friendly Recycling Information 

The Hub of Heaven Community Garden, which is located on the corner of E. 26th Street and 28th Avenue S., is a green-friendly community garden. Also, the Seward Neighborhood Group sponsors an annual Garden Tour and Tea Party for residents looking to view the locals’ urban gardens and also share ideas.

The City of Minneapolis offers bins for neighborhood residents who wish to organically recycle their food waste, paper/card board, and also plant trimmings.

Please find below information pertaining to the eligible Minneapolis neighborhoods and also what items can be recycled organically in the bins.
http://minneapolismn.gov/solid-waste/organics/WCMS1P-140615

City of Minneapolis Rain Barrow Recycling Information
http://www.minneapolismn.gov/publicworks/stormwater/green/stormwater_green-initiatives_rain-barrel 

Minneapolis Neighborhood-Seward Art Culture

The highlight of Seward is its Community Arts Network, which holds annual festivals each year and invites local and international artist to the fest.

Seward Arts & Culture Hub Online
http://sewardarts.org/

Minneapolis-Seward Neighborhood Schools

The Seward Montessori School is among one of K-8 schools located in this neighborhood.
http://seward.mpls.k12.mn.us/

City of Minneapolis Public School District Map
http://www.mpls.k12.mn.us/uploads/district_map_2014-15.pdf

For students who are visually-impaired, there is a wonderful facility called Anne Sullivan Communication Center.
http://sullivan.mpls.k12.mn.us/

If you are looking to buy or sell a home or a condo in the Minneapolis-Seward area, feel free to call or email Realty Group, Inc.-Shannon Lindstrom, REALTOR®, AHWD, CRS, GREEN at 612-616-9714 or Shannon@MplsUrbanLiving.com.

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