We're your local realtors—We'd love to connect!
We're your local realtors.
We'd love to connect!
Contact Realtor
Post by ● Sep 9, 2015

Longfellow: Seward

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

Seward, a neighborhood in the Longfellow community, is bordered on the north by Interstate 94, and on the east by the Mississippi River. The neighborhood is named for William Seward, who was the secretary of state under Abraham Lincoln. Of the neighborhood’s 390 acres, half is residential and almost one-fifth is industrial. The industrial practices are located along Minnehaha and Snelling avenues and 27th Street East in the southwestern area of the neighborhood.

Seward is attached to downtown, the international airport and the Mall of America through the light-rail line. Seward’s knowledge of community and combination of residential, commercial, and industrial uses gives the neighborhood the sensation of an urban village within a large city area. Seward has a blend of housing types, with larger high and mid-rise apartment buildings, duplexes that are available, and single-family homes from the late 1800’s. With a population of over 7,500 residents, this urban wilderness is a great community in which to live.

One of Seward’s most cherished organizations is the Seward Co-op. A food co-op located on the northern side of the neighborhood, members enjoy fresh produce that is typically locally-sourced and organic. Because it is a co-op, members of the store enjoy part ownership and have access to unique discounts. The Playwrights Center is an arts establishment located in the neighborhood. As one of the leading authorities on writing for theatrical productions, the Playwrights Center hosts top talent from around the nation. With workshops, classes, and collaborative teams available, the nation’s top playwrights can develop their talent and create new productions.

The Birchwood Café, located within the Seward community, is a favorite for any meal, at any time of the day. They serve an array of breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and snack menu items. Visitors will not be disappointed with the delicious food. The Seward Cafe is a collectively-owned dining establishment serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With food that is vegan-friendly, organic, and without GMOs, it offers a healthy option for those seeking sustainable foods.

The Cabooze is a music club in the neighborhood that offers special deals to view talented groups and individuals while enjoying food and drink. Some are nationally famous such as AWOLNATION and Hoodie Allen. This music club is the perfect neighborhood hangout for a fun and exciting weekend evening with friends.

The Seward neighborhood is home to one park:

Matthews Park: Matthews Park is the only park found within the Seward neighborhood. At 10 acres, it offers a good variety of amenities for its guests. Included within the park is a basketball court, biking/walking paths, a broomball rink, garden, picnic area with grill, hockey rink and ice skating rink, soccer field, softball field, tennis court, sand volleyball court, and a wading pool. Additionally, the park is home to a recreation center offering further amenities for guests including a community kitchen and a gymnasium.

If you have any questions regarding the city of Minneapolis, the Longfellow Community, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to visit Twin Cities Property Finder or call 1-800-909-1953.

 

Post by ● Sep 9, 2015

Longfellow: Seward

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

Seward, a neighborhood in the Longfellow community, is bordered on the north by Interstate 94, and on the east by the Mississippi River. The neighborhood is named for William Seward, who was the secretary of state under Abraham Lincoln. Of the neighborhood’s 390 acres, half is residential and almost one-fifth is industrial. The industrial practices are located along Minnehaha and Snelling avenues and 27th Street East in the southwestern area of the neighborhood.

Seward is attached to downtown, the international airport and the Mall of America through the light-rail line. Seward’s knowledge of community and combination of residential, commercial, and industrial uses gives the neighborhood the sensation of an urban village within a large city area. Seward has a blend of housing types, with larger high and mid-rise apartment buildings, duplexes that are available, and single-family homes from the late 1800’s. With a population of over 7,500 residents, this urban wilderness is a great community in which to live.

One of Seward’s most cherished organizations is the Seward Co-op. A food co-op located on the northern side of the neighborhood, members enjoy fresh produce that is typically locally-sourced and organic. Because it is a co-op, members of the store enjoy part ownership and have access to unique discounts. The Playwrights Center is an arts establishment located in the neighborhood. As one of the leading authorities on writing for theatrical productions, the Playwrights Center hosts top talent from around the nation. With workshops, classes, and collaborative teams available, the nation’s top playwrights can develop their talent and create new productions.

The Birchwood Café, located within the Seward community, is a favorite for any meal, at any time of the day. They serve an array of breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and snack menu items. Visitors will not be disappointed with the delicious food. The Seward Cafe is a collectively-owned dining establishment serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With food that is vegan-friendly, organic, and without GMOs, it offers a healthy option for those seeking sustainable foods.

The Cabooze is a music club in the neighborhood that offers special deals to view talented groups and individuals while enjoying food and drink. Some are nationally famous such as AWOLNATION and Hoodie Allen. This music club is the perfect neighborhood hangout for a fun and exciting weekend evening with friends.

The Seward neighborhood is home to one park:

Matthews Park: Matthews Park is the only park found within the Seward neighborhood. At 10 acres, it offers a good variety of amenities for its guests. Included within the park is a basketball court, biking/walking paths, a broomball rink, garden, picnic area with grill, hockey rink and ice skating rink, soccer field, softball field, tennis court, sand volleyball court, and a wading pool. Additionally, the park is home to a recreation center offering further amenities for guests including a community kitchen and a gymnasium.

If you have any questions regarding the city of Minneapolis, the Longfellow Community, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to visit Twin Cities Property Finder or call 1-800-909-1953.

 

What's your home worth? Find out instantly here.