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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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The Powderhorn community is located near the center of the city of Minneapolis and is home to 8 distinct neighborhoods. A diverse and eclectic area, Powderhorn is home to a vast number of businesses, museums, parks, restaurants, stores, and people groups. While not located in the downtown area of Minneapolis, the Powderhorn community is located… Read more »

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Standish is located within the Powderhorn community in Minneapolis. This neighborhood was named after an area elementary school, which had been called Miles Standish after a work by the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. It was considered the outskirts of the city until immigrants, mainly Swedish and Norwegian, started developing housing here in the early 1900’s…. Read more »

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Powderhorn Park, within Minneapolis’ Powderhorn community, got its name from Powderhorn Park Lake, a small lake formed like a powder horn. People congregate for cultural events and community activities in the park and by the lake. The neighborhood is bordered on the north by Lake Street, on the east by Cedar Avenue South, on the… Read more »

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The Central neighborhood was named after Minneapolis’s Central High School, one of the city’s biggest schools back in the day before it was deconstructed. The neighborhood is bounded by Lake Street on the north and 38th Street on the south. Interstate 35W is the western border and Chicago Avenue is the eastern border. This residential… Read more »

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