The Como Neighborhood is in the University Community of Minneapolis. Its boundaries are 33rd Avenue SE, the Southeast Industrial Area to the south of Elm Street, Interstate 35W and the Burlington Northern rail line to the west, and East Hennepin Avenue and Winter Street NE to the north. Como took its name from nearby Lake Como in St. Paul, which in turn took its name from a popular tourist destination in northern Italy.Click to Read More
The Como district of Minneapolis is mostly residential. The Dinkytown commercial area is just one mile away. The neighborhood is a favorite of students and professors due to its close proximity to the University of Minnesota. Como is in the process of renovation and primed to become a thriving urban neighborhood.