Cedar-Isles-Dean is located at the very western edge of Minneapolis and is a portion of the larger Calhoun-Isles community. This neighborhood is bounded by Lake Street to the south, Lake of the Isles to the north and east, and France Avenue to the west. The neighborhood itself was named for Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles as well as for A.J. Dean, one of the donors of Dean Parkway in 1892.Click to Read More
The beautiful Cedar-Isles-Dean neighborhood is a great place for lovers of the outdoors, as it is packed with green spaces. The district shares Cedar Lake with Bryn Mawr and Kenwood neighborhoods, and Lake of the Isles with Kenwood. These links in the Chain of Lakes are enclosed by plentiful parkland and the area has many trails for people to take pleasure in. The Midtown Greenway also shoots through the neighborhood.