Logan Park Minneapolis Real Estate

The Logan Park neighborhood is located in Minneapolis within the greater Northeast Community. It is surrounded by Washington Street Northeast, 19th Avenue Northeast, Broadway Avenue Northeast and Central Avenue Northeast.

In the 19th century, Logan Park was a recreational area named for John A. Logan, a former Civil War general, who later became a United States Senator. Today the area has grown into a popular area for artists to thrive. The neighborhood is home to the Northup King Building, which has over 170 artists, creatives and small businesses operating to enrich the artistic community. The area is also home to a lot of open space and parkland, creating a less than urban feel to this city neighborhood.

The area has a mix of residential options, with some older Victorian houses rich in character, to smaller, more moderate wood frame homes. There are also plenty of options for renters, with duplexes and fourplexes scattered throughout the neighborhood.

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Real Estate in Logan Park Real Estate Market StatsJuly 20, 2024
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Logan Park Minneapolis Neighborhood Information

In total, Logan Park's neighborhood is comprised of 150 acres, with almost 12% of it being used for parks and recreation. The rest is split fairly evenly between residential and industrial areas, divided by railroad tracks along Central Avenue. The Logan Park Neighborhood Association is very active in making the area more appealing to residents and businesses.