Harrison is conveniently located minutes from downtown Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Farmers’ Market, the Walker Arts Center, and the beaches at Cedar-Lake and is well-served by transit and has easy access to I-394/94.The neighborhood is home to the International Market Square—a regional destination that includes a large number of interior design and home / commercial designer showrooms, the American Institute of Architects Minnesota offices, and residential loft space. Harrison residents enjoy recreational opportunities at Theodore Wirth Park, Basset’s Creek Park and Harrison Park—providing outdoor experiences year-round. Housing in the neighborhood ranges from lofts to apartments to newly constructed single-family homes to turn-of-the-century houses—many available at modest prices.
Boundaries and Zip Code
North: Highway 55 (Olson Memorial Highway)
The neighborhood’s greatest period of development occurred between the 1880s and 1920s—mills were built along Bassets Creek, Munsingwear (makers of the “union suit” long underwear) opened its factory in today’s International Market Square building, and workers lived in unpretentious housing nearby.
Housing Styles and Types
A variety of modestly priced homes are available in the Harrison neighborhood ranging from rambler-style homes built in the 1960s and 70s to more historic homes built in the early 1900s. Rental opportunities are available in duplexes and other newly developed apartment complexes.
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Home Purchase/Home Improvement Incentives
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Real Estate Listings
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Harrison Neighborhood Association
503 Irving Ave North #100
Minneapolis, MN 55405