The Loring Park neighborhood is bordered by I-94 to the south, Hennepin/Lyndale Avenues to the west, Hawthorne Avenue to the North and 12th Street marks the boundary between it and the core downtown. It’s namesake, Loring Park, has picturesque water features, flower gardens, and winding paths that transport you to the 19th century when Horace Cleveland thoughtfully designed this park gracefully bordering Downtown Minneapolis. Loring Park itself hosts many art fairs, parades and events throughout the year. Other landmarks include the Basilica of St. Mary, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, the Walker Art Museum, and the Convention Center.
The neighborhood is one that can truly be called diverse and unique in many ways. It is primarily an adult community comprised of young professionals, retired suburban homeowners seeking the benefits of urban living and the peace of mind a condo offers.