Our Neighborhood

Finding your new home

Discover the hidden gems and popular favorites of each neighborhood that make Minneapolis unique and the perfect place for you to call home.

Also known as the Warehouse District, the North Loop is a vibrant neighborhood known for its cool start-up vibe and indie coffee shops, chic bars and nightlife. Converted warehouses from the late 19th and early 20th centuries contain fashion and design boutiques.

Widely considered the most sought after neighborhood in the city. Beautiful newly constructed architectural buildings mixed in with warehouse conversions featuring luxurious loft living.

Composed of 13 smaller neighborhoods whose street addresses end in "NE", Northeast is sometimes referred to as "Nordeast", reflecting the history of northern and eastern European immigrants and their language influence.

Formerly a working-class neighborhood and ripe for redevelopment, Downtown East sprung to life with the crown jewel of the city, U.S. Bank stadium.

Charming, mainly residential Loring Park is known for its large namesake green space, which has a lake and extensive walking and cycling paths.

Centered around the intersection of Hennepin Avenue and Lake Street, Uptown is a hip and totally fun place to settle offering an eclectic mix of life’s necessities: restaurants, nail salons and bars.

One of Minneapolis finest green spaces. The quiet leafy sidewalks and the beautifully kept historic houses and apartment buildings that surround it evoke 19th century charm.

The Chain of Lakes is a sprawling green space winding through the city. It was formed as a series of parks in the early twentieth century, from which Minneapolis takes its namesake the "City of Lakes" and is the crown jewel that enriches the city's urban landscape.

Set along the shores of Lake Minnetonka, this quaint community lends itself to a coastal summer retreat.

Shop. Eat. Explore. From golf courses, to parks, to some of the best schools in the metro area, Edina has something for everyone.