The Tangletown neighborhood is in the Southwest Community of Minneapolis. Its borders are Interstate 35W, 54th Street, 46th Street, Diamond Lake Road and Lyndale Avenue South. Until 1996, the neighborhood was known as Fuller, named for American poet and educator Margaret Fuller. Its name was changed to reflect the winding streets of the community. Tangletown is primarily a residential area, though there are some businesses and services here. Click to Read More
Like many other Minneapolis communities, Tangletown has a neighborhood association that works towards improving the area for its residents. Washburn High School is located here. The Washburn Park Water Tower is located at the highest point in the neighborhood, while Minnehaha Creek runs through the south side of the community. Fuller Park features a flower garden and offers many activities throughout the year.