Logan Park, Minneapolis

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Logan Park
Location of Logan Park within the U.S. city of Minneapolis
Location of Logan Park within the U.S. city of Minneapolis
CountryUnited States
 • Total0.262 sq mi (0.68 km2)
 • Total2,179
 • Density8,300/sq mi (3,200/km2)
Time zoneUTC-6 (CST)
 • Summer (DST)UTC-5 (CDT)
ZIP code
55413, 55418
Area code(s)612
Historical population
Census Pop.

Coordinates: 45°00′10″N 93°15′04″W / 45.0028°N 93.2512°W / 45.0028; -93.2512[3]

Logan Park is a neighborhood in the Northeast community in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Location and characteristics[edit]

Logan Park's boundaries are 19th Avenue to the north, Central Avenue to the east, Broadway Street to the south, and Washington Street to the west. It is named after Logan Park (located within its borders) which is, in turn, named after Civil War general and US Senator John A. Logan.[4]

The neighborhood was originally settled in the late 19th century and built around Logan Park itself. Homes near the park tend to be larger and Victorian in style. The remainder of the neighborhood is smaller residential housing and industrial space with much of the industry clustered around the railroad tracks running parallel to Central Avenue. Many of the neighborhood's industrial buildings (such as the Northrup-King headquarters) have since been re-purposed as artist studios and galleries. The neighborhood is now considered part of the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District.[5]


Logan Park's central feature is the city park which shares its name. It was formerly home to Holland Elementary School which closed in 2005.[6]


The neighborhood is served by Metro Transit bus routes 10 (Central Avenue), 17 (Washington Street) and 30 (Broadway Street).[7] Central Avenue has dedicated bike lanes.[8]


  1. ^ "Logan Park neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota (MN), 55413, 55418 detailed profile". City-Data. 2011. Retrieved 2013-11-16.
  2. ^ "Minneapolis Neighborhood Profile: Logan Park". Minnesota Compass. October 2011. Retrieved 2013-11-15.
  3. ^ Logan Park, Minneapolis, MN. Google Earth. Retrieved 2011-03-09.
  4. ^ "Logan Park". City of Minneapolis.
  5. ^ "Logan Park". LiveMSP.
  6. ^ Pugmire, Tim (2005-06-06). "It's closing time for some Minneapolis schools". Minnesota Public Radio News. Retrieved 2007-10-23.
  7. ^ "Interactive Transit Map". Metro Transit.
  8. ^ "Minneapolis Bike Map". City of Minneapolis.