Lind-Bohanon has a small town atmosphere where neighbors (many of whom have lived in the neighborhood for generations) pride themselves on knowing each other and taking an active role in improving the neighborhood. Homes are modestly priced, crime is scarce, and the neighborhood has beautiful community gardens, trails, great parks, an elementary school and connections to the Mississippi River. Catch the Grand Rounds just south of the Lind-Bohanon border—where trails travel all the way around Minneapolis. Lyndale Avenue North-between 44th and 49th Avenues—is home to a mix of businesses right in the neighborhood. Lind-Bohanon is connected to many of the surrounding neighborhoods by walking/biking trails and is just a quick trip via I-94 to downtown Minneapolis with its sports, theater, art, restaurant, and retail offerings. In addition to I-94, the neighborhood is also close to I-694 and highways 200 and 252—connecting the neighborhood’s homes to work and social activities in other parts of the region.
Boundaries and Zip Code
North: 53rd Avenue North (city limit)
Lind-Bohanon was incorporated by the City of Minneapolis in 1887 and the area was home to lumber operations, shingle mills, and farms. The neighborhood is named after Jenny Lind (the “Swedish Songbird” who performed for P.T. Barnum’s circus for many years and for whom the elementary school is named) and Bohanon (a family who helped establish the neighborhood). After World War II, the neighborhood housed many returning veterans—many of which still have family in the neighborhood today.
Housing Styles and Types
Lind-Bohanon is a residential neighborhood with 87.3% owner-occupied housing. Much of the housing is modest, one and one-and-a-half story homes.
For more information on Minneapolis schools, visit Live MSP's Schools page.
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.
Call LBNA’s office to learn how to get more involved with the Mississippi Corridor Neighborhood Coalition, Camden Alliance of Neighborhoods and Northside Neighborhood Alliance.
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.
Lind-Bohanon Neighborhood Association