Powderhorn in Minneapolis consists of eight neighborhoods.

• Corcoran
• Central
• Bryant
• Bancroft
• Whittier
• Standish
• Powderhorn Park
• Lyndale

Out of the eight, Powderhorn Park is the most popular, located nearly three miles from downtown, with East Lake Street bordering the north, Chicago Avenue in the west, and East 38th Street in the south. The neighborhood is a favorite among residents because of the amenities available, such as park buildings hosting community education classes, pottery, yoga, cooking, playgrounds for children, and playing fields for adults.

History of the Powderhorn neighborhood

The Powderhorn neighborhood in Minneapolis became a residential area between 1905 and 1920. It started with single-family detached homes, but as residents started increasing, the real estate industry surged, and there were duplexes and three-story apartment buildings in no time. According to the recent census, the neighborhood consists of more than 10,000 people, with 42% white, 22% Hispanic and black, and the rest Native Americans and Asians.

Real estate in the Powderhorn neighborhood

As already mentioned, this neighborhood has various types of properties for residents. Depending on your budget, you can shift to a single-family detached home, duplex, or one of the apartment buildings.

The average value for a single-family detached home in this neighborhood is a little more than $190,000. This is relatively lower than the national average, which is $217,500. Many people also find it cost-effective to rent rooms in apartment buildings. The average rent of properties in the Powderhorn neighborhood is $1046, which is almost similar to the national average. Most of the families in this neighborhood own their houses, while fewer families stay in rented apartments.

Residents in Powderhorn neighborhood

35% of the people staying in this neighborhood have families with children. It is a diverse neighborhood with people from different communities staying together peacefully. As many as 26% of the residents have a bachelor’s degree, 13% have a master’s or higher degree, and 21% have at least some associate or college degree.

The economic condition of the neighborhood is slightly lower than the national average, but you won’t find too many people who are below the poverty line. The median household income is $56,300, nearly $6000 less than the national average that stands at $62,843.

School and education in the Powderhorn neighborhood

Families who plan to shift to the Powderhorn neighborhood often want to know the best schools where they can enroll their kids. Fortunately, the neighborhood has a number of top public schools.

• Armatage Elementary School
• Dowling Elementary School
• Northrop Elementary School
• South Senior High School
• Roosevelt Senior High School
• Risen Christ Catholic School

Thanks to its well-distributed schools around the city, finding an educational institution isn’t a problem in Powderhorn.

Places like Powderhorn neighborhood

Some of the most common places where people also like to check out real estate are Marshall Terrace, Wenonah, Columbia Park, Beltrami, Sheridan, West Side, and Bottineau.

If you love to stay in a peaceful place, you should look at some of the properties available in the Powderhorn neighborhood. It has various family-friendly amenities, making it an ideal place for your kids to grow up.

Powderhorn Park
Head east on E 35th St toward Elliot Ave. Turn left

Sister’s Sludge Coffee Café and Wine Bar
Head south toward E 35th St. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto E 35th St. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Bloomington Ave. Turn left onto E 38th St. Turn left onto Standish Ave

Folwell School Performing Arts Magnet
From Sister’s Sludge Coffee Café and Wine Bar – Head north on Standish Ave. Turn left toward E 37th St. Turn right toward E 37th St. Turn left onto E 37th St. Turn right onto 20th Ave S

Plaza Mexico –
From Folwell School Performing Arts Magnet – Head north on 20th Ave S toward E 36th St. Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto E 35th St. Turn right onto Park Ave. Turn left onto E Lake St

Minneapolis Institute of Arts
From Plaza Mexico – Head east on E Lake St toward S 5th Ave. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto S 5th Ave. Turn left onto E 26th St. Turn right onto 3rd Ave S

Ryan Garry
From Minneapolis Institute of Arts – Head north on 3rd Ave S toward E 24th St. Turn right onto S 8th St


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