According to, Minneapolis is the 9th most walkable city in the United States, with 59% of the people living in Minneapolis having a Walk Score of 70 or above. The top 10 neighborhoods have Walk Scores ranging from 85 to 91, which tends to appeal to Baby Boomers and first-time homebuyers alike.

Most Walkable Minneapolis Neighborhoods

10 Most Walkable Minneapolis Neighborhoods

Not surprisingly, the most walkable Minneapolis neighborhoods are mainly clustered around Downtown and Uptown Minneapolis, and the main campus of the University of Minnesota.

  1. Downtown West – 91
  2. Loring Park – 91
  3. Lowry Hill East – 91
  4. Cedar-Riverside – 89
  5. East Bank/Nicollet Island – 89
  6. University – 88
  7. East Isles – 88
  8. Midtown Phillips – 87
  9. Stevens Square/Loring Heights – 87
  10. Whittier – 85

Find homes for sale in Minneapolis' most walkable neighborhoods… then contact me to take a look!

Sharlene Hensrud, RE/MAX Results – EmailMinneapolis Walkable Neighborhoods Buyer's Agent


About Sharlene Hensrud

I love what I do! Highly insightful, analytical and creative, there is nothing I love more than helping you find the right solution for your real estate transition. My mission is to serve my clients with honesty and integrity, exceeding their expectations in service and support… and to help others by donating a portion of every transaction to Habitat for Humanity

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