Established in 1883, and originally named “Central Park”, Loring Park was named after the first president of the Minneapolis Park Board, Charles Loring.
This quintessential urban park and neighborhood is one of the most photographed settings in downtown Minneapolis. The iconic “Dandelion” fountain, formally known as the Berger Fountain, and its freshly renovated footbridge connecting the Walker and Mpls Sculpture Garden, Kenwood, and Lowry Hill to downtown Minneapolis are well recognized landmarks. The Loring Park neighborhood is noted for hosting the annual Twin Cities Pride Festival and some of the most impressive restaurants and architecture in downtown Minneapolis.
Residential condo properties located here include:
1200 on the Mall
1225 LaSalle Condos
510 Groveland Condos
Greenway Gables Townhomes
Loring Green Condos East & West
Loring Way Condos
Oak Grove Condos
Summit House Condos
Check Out Our Favorite Activities!
4 Bells, Loring Park & Eli’s
Cafe Lurcat, Windmiller Design Group, The Walker & Sculpture Garden
Butcher & The Boar, the Nicollet Diner & Cherry Cycles
Lotus, Lakes & Legends & Eggy’s