The Logan Park neighborhood is in the center of Northeast Minneapolis and in the heart of the area’s Art District, making it an exciting and creative place to live. The Northrup King Building--home to over 190 tenants including a creative center to over 170 artists and various small business and nonprofit organizations is in the neighborhood—providing residents with year-round opportunities to shop for art, apparel, furniture, and more. Other studio spaces in the neighborhood include the Casket Arts Building, Waterbury Building, Q.arma Building, Solar Arts Building and the Thorpe Building. 40-percent of the neighborhood is residential with larger Victorian homes built around Logan Park—an active green space that is well-used by residents.
Boundaries and Zip Code
The Logan Park neighborhood is in Northeast Minneapolis.
Many of the neighborhood’s factories and churches were built in the late 1800s—and soon after immigrants from various parts of Europe and Canada begin settling in the area. The neighborhood’s namesake park was once a Victorian Square dating back to the 1800s and named for Civil War general and U.S. Sen. John A. Logan.
Housing Styles and Types
There is a diverse mix of housing in the neighborhood with larger Victorian-style homes and other smaller wood frame houses. Low-rise rental units—fourplexes and duplexes—can also be found in the neighborhood
There are no schools located within the neighborhood boundaries. For more information on Minneapolis schools, visit Live MSP's Schools page.
Home Purchase/Home Improvement Incentives
For information about incentive programs that may be available in this neighborhood, visit Live MSP's Incentive Programs page.
Real Estate Listings
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Logan Park Neighborhood Association