Lind-Bohanon is a neighborhood in the northern portion of Minneapolis in the Camden Community. It is bordered on the west by Humboldt Avenue North and on the north by 53rd Avenue North, extending east to the Mississippi River. Lind-Bohanon covers about 500 acres and is smaller than one square mile. An industrial area extends into Lind-Bohanon at the river, shifting the neighborhood’s eastern border to 48th Avenue North to Lyndale Avenue North, extending south to the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks. Click to Read More
The district was named for Jenny Lind, a famous Swedish soprano born in the early 19th century. At the center of Lind-Bohanon is Bohanon Park. The North Mississippi Regional Park sits the western bank of the Mississippi River, which connects the neighborhood to the paths of the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway and Anoka County trails and parks. At the Carl Kroening Interpretive Center, naturalists give tours about the history and current status of the Mississippi River. The Humboldt Greenway is a successfully revitalized area on Lind-Bohanon's western border. Here, about 200 homes and businesses were razed and replaced with newer single family homes, multifamily town houses and senior housing.