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For a small neighborhood Saint Anthony East has access to a large amount of public space, including Community Commons Park, Logan Park, and St. Anthony Park. We have convenient public transportation as the number 10 busline runs along our eastern edge on Central Avenue, route 17 runs through the middle of the neighborhood on Monroe St., and we are within a short walk from many others.

In addition to easy public and auto transportation, the 3rd Avenue Bikeway runs near our southern border, connecting to the Boom Island Park Trails, Father Hennepin Bluffs Trail, Heritage Trail, and the soon to be built 5th Street bikeway. While no longer used as a school, the Webster School facility is used for neighborhood meetings, hosts community events, and continues to be a wonderful resource for the neighborhood.


Boundaries and Zip Code

North: Broadway Avenue
South: Railroad tracks between 3rd and 1st Avenues
East: Central Avenue
West: 5th Street and Washington Street

Zip codes: 55413 and 55414

Neighborhood Voices

Initially, I was a little wary to move into the NorthEast nieghborhood, simply because I did not know the area. My husband and I have been living there for almost two years
now, and every day I am glad and greatful that we did. It's beautiful, close to everything, and I love feeling like I am really apart of a community. We plan to stay in our current home for quite a while.

- Nichole


The people of St. Anthony convinced the state legislature to incorporate their little village as a city, and they received their town charter in 1855. When Minneapolis’ milling industry and population began to surpass that of Saint Anthony, it merged with its larger neighbor in 1872. St. Anthony East is a neighborhood where the old city of St. Anthony is remembered quite well and residents take pride in living in the oldest, and what to them is the best, part of the city.

Housing Styles and Types

Most of the homes in St. Anthony East were built between 1900 and 1930 and many are in the Craftsman Foursquare, Colonial, and Bungalow style. Newer single-family homes as well as townhomes make up the southern border along 3rd Avenue as this land was once cleared for a proposed freeway.


No schools are located within the boundaries of the Saint Anthony East neighborhood. 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

St. Anthony East Neighborhood Association is very active—running its NRP program, sponsoring fun events, and representing the neighborhood to public officials.


Our newsletters are available at our website.


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.


St. Anthony East Neighborhood Association Inc.
Phone: 612- 331-6514
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“I love the proximity to light rail, Lake Street and Minnehaha Falls. I am 15-20 minutes from anything in the Metro area. The homes are well cared for and the neighbors are active and very nice. I feel good about raising my family here.”

- Jeremy
Standish neighborhood, Minneapolis

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