Corcoran neighborhood can be found in the Powderhorn Community of Minneapolis. It is located between Cedar Avenue South and Hiawatha Avenue and between Lake Street East and 36th Street East. The neighborhood is named in honor of William Wilson Corcoran, who founded the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. Centered on Corcoran Park, the smallest park in the Minneapolis park system, Corcoran is a mainly residential neighborhood.Click to Read More
Corcoran features easy access to many parts of the city via a light rail stop at Lake Street. There are plans underway to renovate Lake Street into a central commercial corridor which will revitalize the community. Each year, the Corcoran Park Festival celebrates the local community spirit, in addition to other festivals that encourage a feeling of unity.