While young singles head straight for Uptown, hip young families usually prefer the post-depression bungalows and mini-Tudors of the other southwest communities. Life here, while still close to the city lakes and parkways, is far enough away to make quiet, tree-lined streets and well-kept yards feel like small town living. No more than ten minutes' drive from the high-rises of downtown, this is the most heavily residential area of downtown Minneapolis.
Across Lake Street, the duplexes and apartments in Lyndale, south of Lake and east of Lyndale, are much like nearby neighborhoods in Uptown, although housing here is generally more affordable and incomes more modest Now that the crime rate is going down, particularly in the southern portion, Lyndale's vision is to empower and enhance the community by making art and culture an integral and accessible part of community life. They have a good start with the parts photography gallery, Jungle Theatre and Bryant Lake Bowl.
Numerous parks add to the tranquility of the community. Lake Harriet, encircled by a parkway, has a band shell on its north shore. Martin Luther King Park to the northeast has indoor tennis courts. Lyndale Farmstead was the original home of Theodore Wirth, the tum-of-the-century "father'' of Minneapolis parks. It features after-school programs, films, and an ice skating rink. The Minnehaha Creek Parkway runs through the community to the south.
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