The Lyndale neighborhood is located within the Powderhorn Community in Minneapolis. It is bounded on the on the south by 36th Street, on the west by Lyndale Avenue South, on the north by Lake Street, on the east by Interstate 35W and Stevens Avenue. This district was named for Lyndale Avenue, which in turn takes its name from Lyndale farm, a 1,400-acre farm owned by Hon.Click to Read More
William S. King. Lyndale is predominantly residential. Commercial uses in this neighborhood of Minneapolis tend to concentrate along Lake Street, with a variety of businesses like restaurants and shops. Lyndale has one of the highest populations of artists in the United States. There are a number of parks and other places for children to play. Lyndale is also close to downtown Minneapolis and some of the museums and art centers in the city.