The Corcoran neighborhood is located in the Powderhorn area of Minneapolis, Minnesota, two and a half miles south of downtown. The neighborhood boundaries include Lake Street to the north, Hiawatha Avenue to the east, 36th Street to the south, and Cedar Avenue to the west. The Corcoran neighborhood is a residential area just a quick train ride from downtown Minneapolis, near natural areas and parks along with commercial businesses.
Corcoran Neighborhood Listings
Corcoran listings are near parks, lakes, community gardens, shops, restaurants, schools, a YWCA gym, the Midtown Farmer’s Market, among other business on Lake Street and other area attractions. Corcoran Park is in the middle of the neighborhood, and provides for a variety of activities including a softball field, volleyball court, playground, wading pool, and a recreation center. There are a variety of community programs that people of all-ages can take part in, and the recreation center also offers amenities such as rentable meeting rooms, a craft room, and a kitchen. The Corcoran Neighborhood Community Garden is located in the eastern part of the neighborhood, and offers several garden plots and community gardening education in partnership with the Corcoran Neighborhood Organization. The Midtown Farmer’s Market is located next to the YWCA on Lake Street and is open twice a week in the summer, which is made up of over 80 local vendors from Minnesota and Wisconsin. Located to the west of Corcoran is Powderhorn Park, which is a popular park with a lake in the center, offering a variety of year-round activities and the host of several events and festivals throughout the year. Powderhorn Park also provides several amenities including playing fields, sand volleyball courts, a basketball courts, ice rinks in the winter, gardens, a bandstand for summer concerts, fishing docks, playgrounds, a wading pool, and a recreation center. The Powderhorn Park Recreation Center offers year-round community activities and programming for all ages. It has an indoor gym with basketball and volleyball courts, rentable meeting and craft rooms, a kitchen, and a computer lab for public use. There are cycling and walking trails near the Corcoran neighborhood, with trails running along Hiawatha Avenue and the Midtown Greenway just north of the neighborhood, both providing routes for bicycle commuters or for recreation. Corcoran’s proximity to Hiawatha Avenue makes it convenient for residents to ride the train to work, whether north towards Downtown Minneapolis, or south to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and the Mall of America.
Corcoran Neighborhood Homes for Sale
Corcoran homes for sale are located within the Minneapolis Public School District. There is one school within Corcoran: South Senior High, which is a public high school. The other main public schools serving the Corcoran Neighborhood include Andersen United Community School (Pre-K-8), Northrop Community School (K-5), Sanford Middle School (6-8), and Roosevelt High School (9-12). Additionally, residents can choose between public charter, magnet, and private schools located near the Corcoran neighborhood.
Corcoran listings are near Hiawatha Avenue, making it easy for commuters to travel back and forth to other areas of Minneapolis. Residents commute by car, bicycle or public transportation. The light rail runs down Hiawatha Avenue and the Midtown Greenway is located a few blocks north of the neighborhood, providing biking and walking trails across Minneapolis.
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