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Located just six blocks west of Downtown Minneapolis, the Heritage Park community combines the best of the city’s neighborhood traditions with contemporary urban living. Neighborhood homes are newly constructed with modern floor plans, ample backyards, front porches, and elegant design details. With single-family, town homes, apartments, and senior living—the neighborhood has something for everyone. Our graceful streets are tree-lined and welcoming and we are within walking distance of downtown Minneapolis, the historic Mississippi riverfront, the new downtown athletic stadium and is connected to the Hennepin County bike and trail system.

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Boundaries and Zip Code

North: 11th Avenue N
South: Glenwood Avenue N
East: Lyndale Avenue
West: Emerson Avenue N

Zip code: 55411 and 55404

History

In March of 2000 the Minneapolis City Council approved the Master Plan for 145-acre Heritage Park which called for the construction of 900 new homes, new streets reconnecting the area to the surrounding community and the larger city, and new and rebuilt parks to recall Bassett’s Creek which once flowed here. Heritage Park opened in 2005 and tree lined streets now connect Heritage Park with neighborhoods to the west and Van White Memorial Boulevard links North and South Minneapolis once again. Sumner Field has been reconstructed creating a beautiful park with ponds and pedestrian bridges. Heritage Park is the result of a unique partnership between the City of Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority, McCormack Baron Salazar/Legacy Development (lead developer and rental housing developer), and Heritage Housing LLC (for sale housing development team).

Housing Styles and Types

Heritage Park reflects Minneapolis’ rich architectural traditions using four distinct styles: European Romantic, Classic, Victorian, and Craftsman, creating the distinctive neighborhood appearance you see today.

Rental Apartments: McCormack Baron Salazar/Legacy Development is the developer of the rental homes and McCormack Baron Ragan is the management agent. There are a total of 440 multi-family apartment homes offering primarily one, two and three bedrooms with four and five bedroom apartments available. The apartments appeal to people of all income levels through a mix of market rate, subsidized and public housing units.

Senior Apartments: Heritage Commons, a state-of-the-art rental building designed for seniors offers 102 rental apartments, 40 of which are for assisted living. Heritage Commons is being developed by McCormack Baron Salazar/Legacy Development and is owned and managed by the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority.

For-Sale Homes: A total of 360 for-sale homes are scheduled to be completed by 2009, many affording excellent skyline views of downtown. The first two phases will include 171 custom-built homes, townhomes and condominiums. Additional townhomes will be built in later phases. SumnerField offers a wide variety of prices appealing to first time home buyers, growing families and empty nesters. For-sale housing is being developed by Heritage Housing LLC. The Emerson Townhomes, developed by PRG, offer high amenity, affordable living options.

Schools

Public Schools:

Specialty Schools:

Higher Education:

For more information on Minneapolis schools, visit Live MSP's Schools page.

Public Facilities

Home Purchase/Home Improvement Incentives

For more information about other incentive programs that may be available in this neighborhood, visit Live MSP’s Incentive Programs page. [link to internal page].

Getting Involved

Call the Heritage Park Management Office at 612-664-8195 to get involved in the Heritage Park Neighborhood Association, block clubs, and other activities.

News

Find out what’s happening in Heritage Park by calling the Heritage Park Neighborhood Association at 612-664-8195.

Statistics

  • City of Minneapolis Neighborhood Profile—Includes trend information on neighborhood demographics, economics, and housing, taken from the most recent census data. There is no profile for Sumner-Glenwood/Heritage Park.
  • Home Sales Information by Neighborhood—The City of Minneapolis Assessor’s Office allows you to search home sale prices by neighborhood. You choose the time frame that you want to compare (e.g. 1/1/2006 – 12/31/2008.)

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.

Contacts

Heritage Park Management Office: 612-664-8195
Community Liaison Specialist: Yvette Matchette
Area Manager: Shelli Stoddard
Assistant Manager: Mia Burbidge
Leasing Consultant: Cheryl Locke & Marge Curtis

Located just six blocks west of Downtown Minneapolis, the Heritage Park community combines the best of the city’s neighborhood traditions with contemporary urban living. Neighborhood homes are newly constructed with modern floor plans, ample backyards, front porches, and elegant design details. With single-family, town homes, apartments, and senior living—the neighborhood has something for everyone. Our graceful streets are tree-lined and welcoming and we are within walking distance of downtown Minneapolis, the historic Mississippi riverfront, the new downtown athletic stadium and is connected to the Hennepin County bike and trail system.

Images

Boundaries and Zip Code

North: 11th Avenue N
South: Glenwood Avenue N
East: Lyndale Avenue
West: Emerson Avenue N

Zip code: 55411 and 55404

History

In March of 2000 the Minneapolis City Council approved the Master Plan for 145-acre Heritage Park which called for the construction of 900 new homes, new streets reconnecting the area to the surrounding community and the larger city, and new and rebuilt parks to recall Bassett’s Creek which once flowed here. Heritage Park opened in 2005 and tree lined streets now connect Heritage Park with neighborhoods to the west and Van White Memorial Boulevard links North and South Minneapolis once again. Sumner Field has been reconstructed creating a beautiful park with ponds and pedestrian bridges. Heritage Park is the result of a unique partnership between the City of Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority, McCormack Baron Salazar/Legacy Development (lead developer and rental housing developer), and Heritage Housing LLC (for sale housing development team).

Housing Styles and Types

Heritage Park reflects Minneapolis’ rich architectural traditions using four distinct styles: European Romantic, Classic, Victorian, and Craftsman, creating the distinctive neighborhood appearance you see today.

Rental Apartments: McCormack Baron Salazar/Legacy Development is the developer of the rental homes and McCormack Baron Ragan is the management agent. There are a total of 440 multi-family apartment homes offering primarily one, two and three bedrooms with four and five bedroom apartments available. The apartments appeal to people of all income levels through a mix of market rate, subsidized and public housing units.

Senior Apartments: Heritage Commons, a state-of-the-art rental building designed for seniors offers 102 rental apartments, 40 of which are for assisted living. Heritage Commons is being developed by McCormack Baron Salazar/Legacy Development and is owned and managed by the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority.

For-Sale Homes: A total of 360 for-sale homes are scheduled to be completed by 2009, many affording excellent skyline views of downtown. The first two phases will include 171 custom-built homes, townhomes and condominiums. Additional townhomes will be built in later phases. SumnerField offers a wide variety of prices appealing to first time home buyers, growing families and empty nesters. For-sale housing is being developed by Heritage Housing LLC. The Emerson Townhomes, developed by PRG, offer high amenity, affordable living options.

Schools

Public Schools:

Specialty Schools:

Higher Education:

For more information on Minneapolis schools, visit Live MSP's Schools page.

Public Facilities

Home Purchase/Home Improvement Incentives

For more information about other incentive programs that may be available in this neighborhood, visit Live MSP's Incentive Programs page.

Getting Involved

Call the Heritage Park Management Office at 612-664-8195 to get involved in the Heritage Park Neighborhood Association, block clubs, and other activities.

News

Find out what’s happening in Heritage Park by calling the Heritage Park Neighborhood Association at 612-664-8195.

Statistics

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.

Contacts

Heritage Park Management Office: 612-664-8195
Community Liaison Specialist: Yvette Matchette
Area Manager: Shelli Stoddard
Assistant Manager: Mia Burbidge
Leasing Consultant: Cheryl Locke & Marge Curtis



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