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.
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.
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.”
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
Mother Earth Garden
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.
Nokomis- Highway 62/Hiawatha Ave/E Minnehaha Parkway/E 58th St
Diamond Lake- Highway 35W/W Second Ave S/E Cedar Ave & Highway 77/S Highway 62/E 55th St/N Diamond Lake Rd.
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.
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.
Hale- N Minnehaha Creek/E Cedar Ave/S 55th St/W Chicago Ave
Keewaydin- N Minnehaha Parkway/S 54th St E/W Cedar Ave S/W 34th Ave S
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
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.
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.
Regina- N 42nd St E/E Chicago Ave/S 46th St E/W Highway 35W
Wenonah- S Highway 62/N 54th St/W Cedar Ave & Lake Nokomis/E 34th Ave
Cedar-Riverside- West Bank-NE Mississippi River/S Highway 94/W Hiawatha Ave & Highway 35W
Como- E 33rd Ave SE/W Highway 35W/ E Hennepin Ave/N Winter St NE
Marcy-Holmes- E Mississippi River/University of Minnesota/E Hennepin Ave/Central Ave
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.
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-(urban-living- village- community-feeling) S Mississippi River/Borders east side of St. Paul/W of University of Minnesota
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