The Steven’s Square-Loring Heights Neighborhood is located in the Central district of Minneapolis, Minnesota, near the downtown area. The borders of Steven’s Square-Loring Heights neighborhood include I-94 to the north, I-35W to the east, Franklin Avenue to the south, and Lyndale avenue to the west. The neighborhood is small but dense, and is located near a variety of attractions, including Downtown, Uptown, the Chain of Lakes, the Walker Art Museum, “Eat Street”, and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
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Steven’s Square-Loring Heights listings are within walking distance of parks, restaurants, shops, cafés, art studios and galleries, theaters, museums, music venues, Downtown Minneapolis, “Eat Street”, and other attractions in and around the neighborhood. There is one park within the neighborhood, Steven’s Square Park, which features a performance space suitable for a variety of events and festivals throughout the year, as well as amenities for outdoor sports activities including basketball, tennis, a playground, and walking paths. Stevens Square Center for the Arts is a non-profit arts center providing artist studios and gallery spaces with spaces for regular art exhibits. Residents can take the bus, bike, or walk 5 minutes to Downtown Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Convention Center is right across the Highway, with several pubs and restaurants lined up down Nicollet Mall and LaSalle. Nearby is the Minnesota Orchestra, Dakota Jazz Club, and other venues and Downtown attractions. Additionally, Loring Park is due north of the neighborhood, a beautiful park with a variety of gardens, public art, a pond, off-leash dog park, bandstand for music and movies in the summer, sport courts, playing fields, a playground, fountain, and a community arts center which is used for community programs and is also rentable for meetings, receptions and other private events. Across the bridge from Loring Park is the Walker Art Center, with fantastic exhibitions throughout the year, along with a free sculpture garden and conservatory. Nicollet Avenue runs through the neighborhood and is dubbed “Eat Street” due to the culturally diverse and popular restaurants and cafés. Just a short walk south of Stevens Square-Loring Heights is the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, which is free art museum with a wonderfully curated collection of art and popular rotating exhibits. Another attraction near Stevens Square-Loring Heights includes the Chain of Lakes, which offer more year-round activities and solace away from the hustle and bustle of Downtown.
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Steven’s Square-Loring Heights homes are located within the Minneapolis Public School District. The main public schools serving Steven’s Square-Loring Heights are Jefferson Community School (K-8), Susan B. Anthony Middle School, and Southwest High School. There is one school located within Steven’s Square-Loring Heights, which is Loring-Nicollet High School, an alternative high school. There are also several public charter, magnet, and community schools near Steven’s Square-Loring Heights as well as private schools, providing for a variety of educational options for residents.
Steven’s Square-Loring Heights is a quick commute to downtown Minneapolis, and other areas in the metropolitan area. It is adjacent to both I-94 and I-35W making it easily accessible. Commuters to and from Steven’s Square-Loring Heights choose to drive, walk, bike, or take public transportation. Busses run through the neighborhood frequently, and seasonally there is a Nice Ride bicycle share station open in the neighborhood.
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