Lowry Hill East
Lowry Hill East is named after Thomas Lowry, one of Minneapolis’ original residents and developers. The neighborhood is in the Calhoun-Isles community and is bounded by Lake Street on the south, Hennepin Avenue on the west, Lyndale Avenue on the east, and the conjunction of Hennepin and Lyndale on the north. Because of its roughly triangular shape, Lowry Hill East is sometimes called "the Wedge."
Lowry Hill East began its life as a community in the 1880s with the arrival of Thomas Lowry’s public transportation system, the horse-drawn streetcar line. Lowry Hill East has a diversity of housing ranging from elegant turn-of-the-century residences to large, modern apartment buildings. Many of the larger homes have become converted to multiple-unit housing. Amenities in and near the neighborhood include proximity to downtown and a variety of shops, restaurants, food markets, service businesses and nearby cultural attractions.
Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association (LHENA)
Jefferson Community School
1200 West 26th Street, Room 127
Minneapolis, MN 55405
Chairperson: Will Bornstein
Board Meetings are held the Third Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm at Jefferson School in the media center (2nd floor).
Last updated Jun. 26, 2013