Located northwest of downtown Minneapolis between the business district and the Mississippi River, the North Loop neighborhood’s trendy and vibrant aura belies its deep industrial roots. It historically had been home to a railroad yard, factories, and warehouses, the latter of which have been converted to other commercial uses, including as lofts and condos. Even in newly constructed buildings, developers generally have made an effort to model the area’s existing architecture. The North Loop has been nearly completely revitalized in the recent decade or so, and transportation improvements, as well as the construction of Target Field, have played a role in its rapid growth. Residents of the North Loop appreciate their easy access to downtown – whether by bike, foot, rail or vehicle – and the coffee shops, restaurants and art galleries that have popped up in the area in recent years.
The North Loop’s southern boundary extends from Plymouth Avenue on the north to Interstate 394. Interstate 94 serves as its western boundary, while the Mississippi River is its northeastern boundary. The final boundary runs from 12th Street North to Third Avenue North, to Washington Avenue and then Hennepin Avenue.
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