Logan Park neighborhood in northeast Minneapolis is bound on the north by 19th Avenue Northeast, on the east by Central Avenue Northeast, on the south by Broadway Avenue Northeast and on the west by Washington Street Northeast. This 150-acre neighborhood is 40 percent residential with industry comprising nearly 30 percent and 11.5 percent dedicated to parks and recreational uses.
The neighborhood has many large Victorian houses and is built around Logan Park, a square dating back to the 1800s and named for Civil War general and U.S. Sen. John A. Logan. Railroad tracks along Central Avenue divide the neighborhood into an industrial area and the residential district. With several renovated buildings in the neighborhood that house artist studios, Logan Park has become the heart of the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District.
- Logan Park
- Northrop King Building
- Casket Arts Building
- Architectural Antiques Building
- Q.arma Building
- Van Buren Building
- Waterbury Building
Logan Park Neighborhood Association
1330 Van Buren Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Staff contact: Reanne Viken [email protected]
Last updated Jun 5, 2019