Near - North is a neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota with a population of 7,511. Near - North is in Hennepin County. Living in Near - North offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Near - North there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families live in Near - North and residents tend to be liberal.
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Near - North Reviews
Its great to see your neighbors putting effort into sprucing up their properties. A quick walk through the neighborhood and you will see tons of new construction going on. Streets are narrow when cars park on both sides. The city should enact a new parking plan for north.
Some houses do not have any residents making it seem like a lonely and quiet area. Usually people do take care of their homes and gardens making their homes appealing, but not many houses around here have their own garages which could be very helpful.
My neighborhood can be good and my neighborhood can be bad. I love my neighbor had those because it's always something to do but sometimes you can get shot. Could be with your shop all the time in my neighborhood and also is a lot of potholes and she should come on your car and the construction is really bad they picked the wrong time to do it. But I love my neighborhood is okay in the end because I'm still here and life goes on.