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The Minnehaha neighborhood community of Minnehaha is located in the southwest corner of St Louis Park in Ward 3. Minnehaha is bordered by Minnehaha Creek to the north, Phillips Parkway to the south, Minnehaha Creek to the east, and Highway 169 to the west. The neighborhood of Minnehaha encompasses 97.7 acres, with 8 residential blocks,… Read more »

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The Ventura Village neighborhood, located south of downtown Minneapolis, used to be a part of the Phillips neighborhood. It became a separate neighborhood in 2002 when the Minneapolis City Council accepted its proposed boundaries. However, it is still a part of the larger Phillips community. Interstate 35 occupies the western and northern boundaries, with Interstate 94… Read more »

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The Phillips West neighborhood, located within the Phillips community, is positioned south of downtown Minneapolis. The neighborhood and its junior high school derive their names from Wendell Phillips, a 19th-century abolitionist. Phillips West is a diverse neighborhood with its population of close to 5,000 residents including people of many nationalities. The neighborhood has a mix… Read more »

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The Midtown Phillips neighborhood, located within the Phillips community, is found in south Minneapolis. Both the neighborhood and its junior high school get their names from Wendell Phillips, a 19th-century abolitionist. Midtown Phillips is a distinct neighborhood with its population of close to 4,500 residents, including many that are of different ethnic races. The neighborhood… Read more »

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Minneapolis Public Schools promises an inspirational education experience in a safe, welcoming environment for all diverse learners to acquire the tools and skills necessary to confidently engage in the global community. This is the largest district in Minnesota, as it serves the largest city in the state. The teachers are dedicated, passionate and committed to… Read more »

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The Powderhorn Community is located south of the center of Minneapolis. It is adjacent to the Longfellow, Nokomis, Southwest, and Phillips communities. Home to nearly 55,000 residents, Powderhorn consists of 8 distinct neighborhoods, each offering their own lifestyles and benefits. Some of the most notable landmarks that can be found in the Powderhorn community include… Read more »

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Minneapolis Public Schools promises an inspirational education experience in a safe, welcoming environment for all diverse learners to acquire the tools and skills necessary to confidently engage in the global community. This is the largest district in Minnesota, as it serves the largest city in the state. The teachers are dedicated, passionate and committed to… Read more »

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The Phillips Community is located south of downtown Minneapolis near the communities of Longfellow, Seward, and Powderhorn. The neighborhood and its local junior high school derive their names from Wendell Phillips, who was a 19th century abolitionist. Phillips is a distinct area in many ways. Its population of nearly 2,500 residents includes people of many… Read more »

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The Phillips community is defined by its location within the city of Minneapolis and its cultural heritage. Located just south of downtown Minneapolis, Phillips offers a very diverse and exciting lifestyle. Residents living within the Phillips community come from all around the world. While the community as a whole is eclectic and unique, the community’s… Read more »

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The Phillips community is home to several unique parks. While one of the smaller communities within Minneapolis, the Phillips community’s 3 distinct neighborhoods each offer their own park options. Parks within the Phillips community include the following: The Midtown Phillips neighborhood is home to one park: Stewart Park: Stewart Park is located at the heart… Read more »

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