The Northside of Minneapolis is one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and has been home to many different ethnic populations through the years. It is described by people who lived there in the 1950s and '60s as a wonderful place to grow up. These days, unfortunately, drive through the neighborhood and you'll see that the area is suffering. Unemployment is high, crime is a concern, and it is one of the few places in the city where property values are on the decline. However, the six neighborhoods that make up the Near North community are different in significant ways.
Hawthorne, located north of Broadway to Lowry, and east of Emerson Avenue to the Mississippi River, is separated from the Mississippi River industrial area by 1-94. Over three-fourths of the houses in Hawthorne are over 75 years old, with six properties listed on the National Historic Register. One such, the 1 886 Bremer School building located on Lowry Avenue North between Emerson and Fremont, has been converted into condominiums. The units have 12-foot ceilings and 9-foot windows. However, many of Hawthorne's old buildings have not fared so well, and have been demolished.
Displayed below and updated daily from the Northstar MLS are homes for sale in Hawthorne, a neighborhood located in Minneapolis, MN.
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