Northeast Minneapolis Neighborhoods
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.
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.
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.
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.
N West Broadway Ave /W Penn Ave/N Olson Memorial Highway/11th Ave N/E Mississippi River
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.
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.
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.
S West Broadway/Penn Ave-Xerxes Ave
S Broadway Ave NE/SE Highway 35 W/N 18th Ave NE & New Brighton Blvd./W Central Ave NE
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.
St. Anthony East
N Broadway Ave NE/E-SE Central Ave NE/S Second Ave NE/W Fifth & Washington St NE
St. Anthony West
St. Anthony west neighborhood is on the upper east banks of the Mississippi River and St. Anthony Falls.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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