Marshall Terrace is a small residential neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis. Surrounded by large tracks of railroad and industrial land, this neighborhood is comprised of primarily small, working class homes that have been meticulously maintained. Marshall Terrace has excellent and scenic access to Minneapolis’ downtown, either by car or by bike. In recent years a number of community gardens have sprouted in the neighborhood and non profit organizations, restaurants, bars, manufacturing companies, and utilities are also found in Marshall Terrace.
Boundaries and Zip Code
North: Saint Anthony Parkway
The neighborhood is named after Minnesota’s fifth governor, William R. Marshall, who served in office from 1866 to 1870. Marshall served as Governor in a time of great prosperity in Minneapolis, brought about largely by the expansion of the railroad and large industries along the Mississippi River. The residential neighborhood in Marshall Terrace grew up alongside these industries, providing homes for factory and railroad employees in the early 20th Century.
Housing Styles and Types
The residential neighborhood is laid out in a traditional neighborhood grid with a network of old street trees and sidewalks. The homes are primarily one story or one-and-a-half story single family homes. Alleys provide access to garages, which are most often detached from the main house and located in the back yard.
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Concerned Citizens for Marshall Terrace
Marshall Terrace Minutes is the neighborhood’s monthly newsletter that can be received either by email or going to the Concerned Citizens for Marshall Terrace’s website. Minutes to the neighborhood meetings are also published on a monthly basis.
Real Estate Listings
Search Realtor.com for listings. You can search for properties by either clicking on the map or entering the neighborhood name or zip code (noting that zip code boundaries span multiple neighborhoods) into the search bar.
OwnAHomeMN.org—Check here for listings of affordable homes sold by community developers. Note: not all neighborhoods have listings.
Concerned Citizens of Marshall Terrace