The Longfellow Neighborhood is located in the larger Longfellow district in Minneapolis, Minnesota, just southeast of the downtown area of Minneapolis. The boundaries of the Longfellow neighborhood include 38th Ave S on the east, 34th Street E on the south, Hiawatha Avenue on the west, and the 27th street railroad tracks on the north.
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Longfellow listings are located near parks, schools, restaurants, shops, cafés, a craft brewery, pubs, grocery stores, a gym, library, churches, and a movie theater. Many of the businesses are located on Lake Street, which runs through the neighborhood. East Lake Library is one such destination, and offers computers for public access, homework help for students, Somali and Spanish collections, and a reservable conference room. Brackett Park is on the northeastern corner of Longfellow, and offers a variety of outdoor activity including baseball, softball, and soccer fields, tennis courts, a skate park, a playground and wading pool, walking paths, and a recreation center. The Brackett Recreation Center offers a variety of programs and activities for all ages, and features amenities such as rentable meeting rooms and a kitchen, a craft room, and a public computer lab. The Midtown Greenway is on the northern border to he Longfellow neighborhood, and spans across the city of Minneapolis, allowing an easy way for people to bicycle or walk through Minneapolis neighborhoods, and also offers a good route for bicycle commuters. The Midtown Greenway connects to the trails along the Mississippi River, allowing people to explore the river area and spend time in nature. Longfellow Park is located at the southwestern corner, adjacent to the Longfellow neighborhood. This park also offers year-round programming and sports, including basketball and tennis courts, a football field, ice and hockey rinks, a playground and wading pool, and a recreation center. The Longfellow recreation center is air-conditioned and has an indoor gym with basketball and volleyball courts, rentable meeting rooms, a craft room with kilns, a kitchen and public computer lab. Nearby attractions in other neighborhoods include Powderhorn Park to the west, Lake Hiawatha Park and Lake Nokomis to the southwest, and Minnehaha Park to the southeast. Other neighborhood amenities in Longfellow include the light rail which runs along Hiawatha, providing a quick way for residents to commute to Downtown Minneapolis to the north, and to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and the Mall of America to the south, among other destinations.
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The Longfellow neighborhood lies within the Minneapolis Public School District. The main public schools serving Longfellow include Anne Sullivan Communications school (Pre-K-8), Hiawatha Community Schools (Pre-K-5), Sanford Middle School (6-8), and South High School (9-12). There are several schools within the Longfellow neighborhood, including Anne Sullivan; Broadway High School, which is an alternative high school; Aurora Charter and Middle School (Pre-K-8); Anishinabe Academy which is a Minneapolis Public school specializing in Native American culture and language; and Minnesota Transitions Charter High School (9-12). Additionally, Longfellow residents can choose among a variety of nearby public charter, magnet, or private school options.
The Longfellow neighborhood is adjacent to Hiawatha Avenue/Highway 55, and in close proximity to I-94. These routes make it easy for residents to commute back and forth to the Longfellow Neighborhood, by car, bicycle, or by public transportation. The light rail runs down Hiawatha Avenue, along with the Midtown Greenway, so people can take the train or cyclists can easily commute to and from downtown and across Minneapolis.
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