The East Harriet neighborhood is located in the Southwest Community of Minneapolis. It is bordered by 36th Street, Lyndale Avenue, 46th Street, Lake Harriet and Lakewood Cemetery. The East Harriet neighborhood takes its name from Lake Harriet, which Fort Snelling builder Col. Henry Leavenworth named after his wife.Click to Read More
The East Harriet neighborhood is an inviting community with Lake Harriet, many popular parks and recreational venues. Lyndale Farmstead Park has basketball and tennis courts, playground equipment, and serves as a popular gathering place for neighbors and residents. East Harriet’s population is young and diverse, with nearly half the residents falling between 29 and 44 years of age.