Minneapolis Kingfield Neighborhood
Kingfield is located in the Southwest Minneapolis and is mostly a residential neighborhood of single-family homes with some multi unit residents and apartment buildings sitting on tree-lined streets. The residents of Kingfield are lucky enough because the neighborhood has a number of commercial corners to serve them with variety of products and services.
The neighborhood of Kingfield as a reputation as a place where the residents have the willingness to volunteer to establish and maintain a caring, vital and safe place for the people living and working there. Hence it comes as no surprise why many people from all across the city and even the country love visiting this neighborhood if they have the chance.
Kingfield is hosting summer Farmer’s Market and an art show held each year. The neighborhood is well served by transit, bike lanes and has easy access and connections to the downtown as well as the region. It is bordered by 36th Street on the north, 46th Street on the south, Lyndale Avenue on the West and 1-35W on the East.
Prior to the takeover by Minneapolis in the year 1987, the neighborhood of Kingfield was farm country. The southern border of the city was extended in 1887 from the 38th Street to the 54th Street and the neighborhood was included into the city.
Most of the houses in Kingfield were constructed before 1920 and include Prairie style, bungalows, arts and crafts and others styles of the revival period. The apartment buildings before the war were also located throughout Kingfield neighborhood.
There are three private schools in Kingfield namely the Pilgrim Lutheran School, Lake Country School and San Miguel Middle School. The facilities available to the public in the neighbhoorhod include the Center for Performing Arts situated at 3754 Pleasant Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Park and Recreation Center. For residents who might want to avail of home purchase and home improvement incentives may take advantage of the home improvement program offered by the Kingfield neighborhood to its residents.
Residents who want to get involved in the different events and activities in the neighborhood can make it possible through the Kingfield Neighborhood Association which promotes leadership and offers a forum for the participating of the community and a structure to encourage aspiration and vision of the entire neighborhood of Kingfield. The Kingfield Neighborhood Association also publishes a newsletter quarterly which is available likewise on the official website of the Kingfield. The residents in the neighborhood may also subscribe to an e-newsletter weekly at the website of the neighborhood association. The community is served by a biweekly newspaper, The Southwest Journal.
The flourishing real estate business in the neighborhood of Kingfield attracts many people from other neighborhoods or communities of the city of Minneapolis. Although it is mostly residential, there are also other parts of Kingfield that were occupied by business establishments which serve not only the residents but also the visitors from other areas of the city and the country that want to experience a little bit of living in the neighborhood of Kingfield.
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