According to WalkScore.com, 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.
Not surprisingly, the most walkable Minneapolis neighborhoods are mainly clustered around Downtown and Uptown Minneapolis, and the main campus of the University of Minnesota.
- Downtown West – 91
- Loring Park – 91
- Lowry Hill East – 91
- Cedar-Riverside – 89
- East Bank/Nicollet Island – 89
- University – 88
- East Isles – 88
- Midtown Phillips – 87
- Stevens Square/Loring Heights – 87
- Whittier – 85
Find homes for sale in Minneapolis’ most walkable neighborhoods… then contact me to take a look!
Sharlene Hensrud, RE/MAX Results – Email – Minneapolis Walkable Neighborhoods Buyer’s Agent
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