Corcoran Minneapolis Real Estate

The Corcoran neighborhood is located in southeast Minneapolis and is a member of the Powderhorn Community. It is bounded by Cedar Avenue South, Hiawatha Avenue, Lake Street East and 36th Street East. The district’s name honors the memory of William Wilson Corcoran, who founded the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. The Corcoran neighborhood is a mixed use residential community centered around the smallest park in the Minneapolis park system, Corcoran Park.

The neighborhood is home to a variety of architectural styles, including Bungalow style, Foursquare, and Cottage style homes. Most of the homes in Corcoran were built before 1920, though there are areas of new development. The older homes have largely been updated to meet the standards of the 21st century buyer.

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Real Estate in Corcoran Real Estate Market StatsJuly 17, 2024
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Corcoran Minneapolis Neighborhood Information

There are plans underway to renovate Lake Street into a central commercial corridor which will significantly change the face of the neighborhood and revitalize the community. The presence of the light rail stop at Lake Street has already contributed to the area’s improvement and growth as a community.