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The Holland neighborhood is in the center of Northeast Minneapolis and is part of the NE Minneapolis Arts District.  The neighborhood has modestly-priced homes and a mix of businesses including: professional services, pubs, bakeries, art space, convenience stores, auto related businesses, social associations and restaurants. Lowry, University and Central Avenue are the neighborhood’s main commercial areas and have frequent transit service.  Many in the neighborhood can conveniently walk or bike to Edison High School, Northeast Library, and Jackson Square Park as these amenities are located in the midst of residential development.

Boundaries and Zip Code

The Holland Neighborhood is located in the heart of Northeast Minneapolis.

North: 27th Avenue
South:  19th Avenue to Washington street with a jog to 17th Avenue
East: Central Avenue
West: University Avenue

Zip code: 55418, 55413

History

The Shoreham Rail-yards on the northern border of Holland attracted many workers, predominantly Eastern European, who made Holland their home after the turn of the century.

Housing Styles and Types

The Holland neighborhood is predominately residential, and more than 75 percent of the homes were built before 1920.  Typical styles are modest two-story wood-frame homes or 1.5 story bungalows.  There are also a number of rental properties that are typically duplexes and fourplexes.

Schools

Public Schools:

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

News

The Hollander Newsletter is published by the Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association and delivered to residents.  Visit http://www.hnia.org/ to subscribe to an email newsletter for the neighborhood.

Northeaster Newspaper is delivered twice a month to residents in the NE Minneapolis neighborhoods.  Articles also appear online.

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

Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association (HNIA)
1900 Central Avenue NE, #108
Minneapolis, MN 55418
Phone: 612-781-2299
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“I joke with my friends that Seward is like NYC. There’s international cuisine, corner stores, a live music hot spot, a co-op, a clay center & gallery, a playwrights’ center, a gym, a bagel shop, and even a bowling alley…We border the Mississippi-who needs Central Park when you can jog along the river?”

- Matt
Seward neighborhood, Minneapolis

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