Twin Cities residents are fortunate enough to be living in one of the most walkable cities in the US. With its abundance of parkland, scenic lakefront walkways, and lively entertainment districts, there's no better way to explore our beautiful city than on foot.
Minneapolis is highly bikeable and has great access to public transit, making it easy to commute within the city. Residents needing access to a vehicle can also take advantage of a number of car shares like HOURCAR Hub, ZipCar, and RelayRides.
As a result, many potential homebuyers in Minneapolis are seeking out these urban residences for their convenience and attracting everyone from professionals to young families.
The 5 Most Walkable Neighborhoods In Minneapolis
According to Walkscore.com, the most walkable neighborhood in Minneapolis is Downtown West. With a walk score of 94, most daily errands can be run on foot. Lowry Hill East is a close 2nd at 92, and is a haven for biker with miles of cycling paths. East Bank/Nicolllet Island at 90, East Isles at and Loring Park round off the list at 89 respectively.
Find Your Minneapolis Neighborhood Walk Score
Ready to find your Minneapolis walk score? Visit the walk score website, and enter your address to see how walkable your neighborhood really is.
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