Steven's Square - Loring Heights is a neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota with a population of 5,234. Steven's Square - Loring Heights is in Hennepin County and is one of the best places to live in Minnesota. Living in Steven's Square - Loring Heights offers residents a dense urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Steven's Square - Loring Heights there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Steven's Square - Loring Heights and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Steven's Square - Loring Heights are above average.
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Steven's Square - Loring Heights Reviews
I love my neighborhood. Close to the convention center and new Vikings Stadium, just a bridge separates me from downtown! Living in the city can come with its disadvantages, like parking and constant foot traffic outside. But I try to focus on the positives! I'm close to everything, whether it be a local pet store or my favorite cocktail bar. Another benefit of living in the city is the ability to bike everywhere I go!
I love Steven's Square, everybody is very friendly and helpful. One person even left a VW emblem for me on my car that I was missing from one of my hubcaps.
They have community focused events occasionally to improve the quality of the neighborhood. They can center about drug problems in the area in addition to days in which we clean up the neighborhood. There are a lot of strange people that live in the area so I'm cautious about meeting new people. Many people own pets and aren't supposed to but they take good care of their dogs. I wouldn't raise a child in this neighborhood because the apartments are small and have thin walls so people will complain a lot of they hear your child. Also my neighbors are really nosy and the police are often called to the area for no reason