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Post by ● Aug 8, 2015

Camden: Cleveland

Tagged: Community Profiles, Minneapolis Minnesota, Minneapolis Neighborhoods, , , , , , , ,

The Cleveland neighborhood is located in northwest Minneapolis and lies within the community of Camden. It covers the border between the city of Minneapolis and the city of Robbinsdale, a first-ring suburb. The community is named after Grover Cleveland, who served as president of the United States for two terms. Others say that the neighborhood was named after Horace Cleveland, a landscape architect who framed the development of the Minneapolis Park System in the 1880s. Either way, residents enjoy living in Cleveland for its small-town, close community.

With a population of just over 3,000, this neighborhood offers a small-town feel in the midst of a bustling city. Because of the Cleveland neighborhood’s close proximity to downtown Minneapolis, Maple Grove, Robbinsdale, and Golden Valley, the area is a preferred living space for employees who are looking for a residential culture that is close to work and conveniently located to many of the city’s amenities. Most of the houses are single-family, two or three bedroom homes that were built almost a century ago. Styles range from Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival and Craftsman Bungalows. The average space in each home is 1,100-1,400 square feet.

The Cleveland Events Committee is comprised of Cleveland locals who plan events such as Live on the Drive, Spring Cleaning, Greening Day and other activities. The most notable neighborhood event is the Party in the Park. This event occurs in the summer and is the perfect way to connect neighbors with resources, opportunities, and other neighbors in their community. The event is held on the green space between Cleveland Park and Lucy Craft Laney School and includes all of the residents in Cleveland as well as the surrounding neighborhoods. The summer Party in the Park has a Back to School theme and is a great way to end the summer each year.

Although Cleveland is close to commercial locations, the atmosphere is mainly residential. However, the neighborhood hosts a few small shops such as bouquet, hair styling, and nails shops. Those who choose to live in Cleveland are there because of the family friendly living that it provides. One of the most popular community destinations within the Cleveland neighborhood is Tooties on Lowry. Named “Best Neighborhood Bar in Minneapolis”, Tooties offers visitors locally-renowned burgers and wings in addition to appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and more. Residents of Cleveland enjoy the restaurant’s classic Americana cuisine and periodic events. The most popular event at Tooties is the annual golf tournament at Theodore Wirth Park.

The Cleveland neighborhood has its own park in addition to being located near larger, regional parks. The parks include:

Cleveland Park: A 1.4 acre park that was developed in conjunction with its neighbor, the Lucy Laney at Cleveland Park Community School, Cleveland Park is the only park located within the Cleveland neighborhood. Utilized by the school as well as the surrounding neighborhood, Cleveland Park offers visitors a baseball/softball field, basketball court, picnic area with grills, restrooms, and a wading pool. A perfect location for young families, those desiring to play a sports game, or anyone looking to have a picnic on a sunny afternoon, Cleveland Park is enjoyed by the entire Cleveland neighborhood.

Victory Memorial Park: Victory Memorial Park borders the west side of the Victory and Cleveland neighborhoods and wraps around the Victory neighborhood to the north. Eventually, it crosses the northern side of the Webber-Camden neighborhood. A narrow 3.8-mile parkway encompassing Victory Memorial Drive, the parkway features lush trees and commemorative markers for the area’s World War 1 servicemen placed throughout. Guests can enjoy the beautiful landscaping and reflect on the lives of those who fought for our country. Victory Memorial Park ends at Webber-Camden’s Webber Park.

If you have any questions regarding the city of Minneapolis, Camden, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to give Twin Cities Property Finder a call at 952.204.7950.

Post by ● Aug 8, 2015

Camden: Cleveland

Tagged: Community Profiles, Minneapolis Minnesota, Minneapolis Neighborhoods, , , , , , , ,

The Cleveland neighborhood is located in northwest Minneapolis and lies within the community of Camden. It covers the border between the city of Minneapolis and the city of Robbinsdale, a first-ring suburb. The community is named after Grover Cleveland, who served as president of the United States for two terms. Others say that the neighborhood was named after Horace Cleveland, a landscape architect who framed the development of the Minneapolis Park System in the 1880s. Either way, residents enjoy living in Cleveland for its small-town, close community.

With a population of just over 3,000, this neighborhood offers a small-town feel in the midst of a bustling city. Because of the Cleveland neighborhood’s close proximity to downtown Minneapolis, Maple Grove, Robbinsdale, and Golden Valley, the area is a preferred living space for employees who are looking for a residential culture that is close to work and conveniently located to many of the city’s amenities. Most of the houses are single-family, two or three bedroom homes that were built almost a century ago. Styles range from Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival and Craftsman Bungalows. The average space in each home is 1,100-1,400 square feet.

The Cleveland Events Committee is comprised of Cleveland locals who plan events such as Live on the Drive, Spring Cleaning, Greening Day and other activities. The most notable neighborhood event is the Party in the Park. This event occurs in the summer and is the perfect way to connect neighbors with resources, opportunities, and other neighbors in their community. The event is held on the green space between Cleveland Park and Lucy Craft Laney School and includes all of the residents in Cleveland as well as the surrounding neighborhoods. The summer Party in the Park has a Back to School theme and is a great way to end the summer each year.

Although Cleveland is close to commercial locations, the atmosphere is mainly residential. However, the neighborhood hosts a few small shops such as bouquet, hair styling, and nails shops. Those who choose to live in Cleveland are there because of the family friendly living that it provides. One of the most popular community destinations within the Cleveland neighborhood is Tooties on Lowry. Named “Best Neighborhood Bar in Minneapolis”, Tooties offers visitors locally-renowned burgers and wings in addition to appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and more. Residents of Cleveland enjoy the restaurant’s classic Americana cuisine and periodic events. The most popular event at Tooties is the annual golf tournament at Theodore Wirth Park.

The Cleveland neighborhood has its own park in addition to being located near larger, regional parks. The parks include:

Cleveland Park: A 1.4 acre park that was developed in conjunction with its neighbor, the Lucy Laney at Cleveland Park Community School, Cleveland Park is the only park located within the Cleveland neighborhood. Utilized by the school as well as the surrounding neighborhood, Cleveland Park offers visitors a baseball/softball field, basketball court, picnic area with grills, restrooms, and a wading pool. A perfect location for young families, those desiring to play a sports game, or anyone looking to have a picnic on a sunny afternoon, Cleveland Park is enjoyed by the entire Cleveland neighborhood.

Victory Memorial Park: Victory Memorial Park borders the west side of the Victory and Cleveland neighborhoods and wraps around the Victory neighborhood to the north. Eventually, it crosses the northern side of the Webber-Camden neighborhood. A narrow 3.8-mile parkway encompassing Victory Memorial Drive, the parkway features lush trees and commemorative markers for the area’s World War 1 servicemen placed throughout. Guests can enjoy the beautiful landscaping and reflect on the lives of those who fought for our country. Victory Memorial Park ends at Webber-Camden’s Webber Park.

If you have any questions regarding the city of Minneapolis, Camden, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to give Twin Cities Property Finder a call at 952.204.7950.

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