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The University community is located in the central-eastern section of the city of Minneapolis. A collection of 6 distinct neighborhoods, University is known for its idyllic location near the downtown metro area and the University of Minnesota. While each of the neighborhoods found within the community are unique and offer varying amenities they all contribute… Read more »

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The city of Lauderdale, Minnesota is a close-knit and personal community. With nearly 2,500 residents living in 0.42 square miles of land, Lauderdale embraces its small-town culture. Despite its small size, Lauderdale features several unique businesses which contributes to the community. Finn Sisu is one of Lauderdale’s most unique stores. A Finnish ski and sauna store,… Read more »

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The city of Roseville, Minnesota is a mid-sized suburb that is uniquely situated adjacent to both Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Only Lauderdale, a neighboring city, shares this characteristic. The city’s nearly 35,000 residents enjoy the benefits of living near these larger cities while maintaining a peaceful, suburban atmosphere. The community of Roseville is heavily influenced… Read more »

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Summit-University is St. Paul‘s oldest neighborhood. The high river bluffs give the area its name. The Summit-University neighborhood, with a population of 16,000 residents, is culturally diverse, and home to people from Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Well-maintained homes and buildings from the late 1800’s flourished in the neighborhood, with popular and well-known landmarks all around…. Read more »

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Home to around 6,000 residents, the University neighborhood is located east of downtown Minneapolis. The Mississippi River divides the neighborhood into the west bank and the east bank. The neighborhood is almost entirely occupied by the University of Minnesota, hence its name, University. The University of Minnesota is one of the top public universities in… Read more »

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The Nicollet Island/East Bank neighborhood contains a small residential population of 1,500 and Nicollet Island on the Mississippi River just east of downtown Minneapolis as well as a share of the eastern riverbank located between Central Avenue and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad line. The neighborhood is the geographical center of Minneapolis. The island… Read more »

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The city’s “first neighborhood” is now one of its finest. The Marcy-Holmes neighborhood, situated on the east bank of the Mississippi River in the University Community, got its name from William L. Marcy, an American statesman and secretary of state born in 1786 along with Oliver Wendell Holmes, an American poet, author, and novelist who… Read more »

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