The Jordan neighborhood is located in the Near North area of Minneapolis, Minnesota, northwest of downtown. The neighborhood boundaries are Lowry Ave N on the north, Emerson Ave N on the east, and West Broadway Avenue on the south and southwest.
Jordan Neighborhood Listings
Jordan neighborhood listings are located near parks, libraries, community gardens, and are within close proximity to downtown, making it easy for residents to visit Downtown attractions such as entertainment venues, Target field, shops, restaurants, farmer’s markets, and museums. Some of the features in Jordan include parks and community gardens, coffee shops, a public library and it is one of the Near-North neighborhoods that annually hosts the FLOW Northside Art Crawl. Jordan Park features playing fields, a playground and wading pool. Cottage Park, Glen Gale Park, Newton Triangle and Irving Triangle also offer green gathering spaces for residents, with playgrounds at Cottage and Glen Gale Parks. Other nearby parks include North Commons Park, Water Park, and Recreation Center, as well as Theodore Wirth Park and Golf Course which offers year-round outdoor amenities. The North Regional public library which is located in Jordan, was recently renovated and offers computers for public use, meeting rooms and also homework tutoring for students. Community programs in Jordan offer a variety of opportunities for young residents: Juxtaposition Arts is an organization that provides art training and other creative programs for North Minneapolis youth. The Jerry Gamble Club of the Boys and Girls club is also located within Jordan, providing leadership programs and outreach for the neighborhood.
Jordan Neighborhood Homes for Sale
Jordan neighborhood homes for sale are located within the Minneapolis Public School District. There are several schools in Jordan: Mona Moede-North Star, which is a public High Five, early education school; Pierre Bottineau French Immersion, which is a K-5 public school; Hmong International Academy, a Pre-K-8 public school; New Millennium Academy which is a K-8 charter school serving the Hmong community (free and open-enrollment to all); and the Minnesota Internship Center (MNIC)-Unity Campus, a public alternative charter high school. The main public schools serving Jordan neighborhood include Nellie Stone Johnson Community School, Olson Middle School, and Patrick Henry High School. There are many educational options for residents of Jordan, as parents can choose between a variety of nearby public, charter, magnet, and community as well as nearby private schools.
The Jordan neighborhood is accessed by I-94 which allows residents to get to and from other areas in the metropolitan quickly and easily. Residents can commute via car, bike or public transportation. There are Nice Ride bicycle share stations open seasonally for rental, and busses run consistently through the Jordan neighborhood.
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