The Lowry Hill Neighborhood is located in Minneapolis, just southwest of the downtown area. Its borders include I-394 to the north, 1-94 and Hennepin Avenue to the east, 22nd Street to the south, and Morgan and Logan Avenues to the west. Lowry Hill is within walking distance to downtown and uptown areas of Minneapolis, as well as parks, lakes, museums, churches, restaurants and shops.
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Lowry Hill listings are located within walking distance to several Minneapolis attractions. The Walker Art Museum and the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden are both located in the north section of Lowry Hill, and feature a variety of modern art exhibits , interactive exhibits and a variety of events for all ages throughout the year. The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and conservatory is a free garden, and is there the iconic “Spoonbridge and Cherry” fountain. A bridge across Hennepin provides pedestrian access from Lowry Hill to downtown Minneapolis – the bridge crosses to Loring Park and nearby Nicollet Mall. Thomas Lowry Park is located in Lowry Hill, and offers beautiful outdoor spaces with cascading water pools, decorative plantings, and a wedding site. Spring Lake is another outdoor space, a small lake located on the northeast side of Lowry Hill. While it is not used recreationally, the lake has been the site of nature restoration projects and is used to teach environmental science at nearby Blake School.
The Lake of the Isles which is adjacent to Lowry Hill and part of the Chain of Lakes does offer a variety of outdoor water sports, swimming, beaches, walking and biking trails, fishing and boating, as well as a soccer field, ice rink and hockey rink. Other nearby parks include Kenwood Park and Loring Park. Kenwood Park offers a softball field and tennis courts, and a playground, and picnicking areas, while Loring Park has a variety of amenities including a playground and wading pool, basketball and tennis courts, a biking and walking paths, a pond with a boat dock, a bandstand, public art displays, special decorative gardens, and a community art center. In addition to outdoor and artistic spaces, Lowry Hill is also in close proximity to the Uptown and Downtown areas of Minneapolis, offering a variety of shopping, restaurants, cafes, and entertainment experiences for all ages.
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The Minneapolis Public School District serves the Lowry Hill neighborhood, with students attending Kenwood Elementary School, Susan B. Anthony Middle School, and Southwest Senior High School. Another educational option includes The Blake School, which is a private college preparatory school with one of the campuses located in Lowry Hill next to the Walker Art Museum. Additional public charter or private schools are also in close proximity to Lowry Hill, offering alternative options for Lowry Hill families. Dunwoody College of Technology is located in Lowry Hill, and offers higher education for students seeking technical degrees.
Lowry Hill can be accessed by 1-394, I-94, and Hennepin Avenue. Residents can drive, bike, or take public transportation to quickly commute to downtown Minneapolis and other areas in the metro area. Lowry Hill is also in close proximity to downtown Minneapolis and other neighborhood in Minneapolis, and it is easy to walk or bike to desirable locations. There are several Nice Ride bicycle stations in or near Lowry Hill which are available seasonally, and bicycle commuters can take the Midtown Greenway, which spans across Minneapolis to quickly bike or walk to their destinations.
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