Seward Minneapolis Real Estate

On the western bank of the Mississippi River is the Seward neighborhood. It’s located in the Longfellow Community of Minneapolis and its borders are Interstate 94, 27th Street East, Hiawatha Avenue and the Mississippi River. The area is named for Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln, William Seward. More than half of the neighborhood is residential and about a quarter is industrial. Perhaps the most notable feature of Seward is the Milwaukee Avenue Mall Area.

The Mississippi River area is lined with parks and plenty of tree cover making this area one of the most beautiful spots in the entire Twin Cities. These parks are one of the defining features of the area and are a huge draw from residents from all over the metro.

The residential living offered here has plenty of variety, for both renters and buyers. There are early 1900s single-family homes as well as many Bungalows that were constructed post World War II. The area is also home to many apartment complexes and duplexes along I-94 that make for affordable living in this great area.

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Seward Minneapolis Neighborhood Information

This pedestrian-only street contains many historic structures. The area along Mississippi River is lined with parks. Seward is connected to downtown, the airport and the Mall of America via the Hiawatha Avenue light-rail line. The Seward Neighborhood Group champions community development, environmental programs, and a number of youth-oriented programs within the district.