The North Loop is a neighborhood of the Central Community in Minneapolis. Like the name suggests, it is the northern part of the loop that encircles Minneapolis' downtown. The North Loop extends from Plymouth Avenue on the north to Interstate 394 in the south. Its western boundary is Interstate 94, continuing along 12th Street North to Third Avenue North, then to Washington Avenue, and Hennepin Avenue. The Mississippi River is the northeastern boundary. Click to Read More
The North Loop neighborhood is a vibrant, lively area, close to the amenities of Downtown. The fast-growing district has been transformed by the conversion of warehouses and industrial buildings into residential lofts and commercial buildings. Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins, has also added quite a bit of excitement to this growing area. North Loop residents enjoy close proximity to the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway, a network of more than fifty miles of bike paths and walking trails.