Like most neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Cedar Riverside has a long history. In the late 1890s, the neighborhood was referred to as “Snoose Boulevard” and its residents were primarily immigrants who worked in milling factories and lumber industries along the Mississippi River. However, towards the 1950s, the neighborhood evolved to attract people from different descents, including young professionals, empty nesters, retirees and artists. Currently, Cedar Riverside is the neighborhood in the Twin Cities with the largest community of immigrants. It has a population of over 9, 626, and it is also the most diverse neighborhood in terms of culture and ethnicity.
Cedar Riverside has experienced immense growth and development since the 1950s. The community has evolved from being an immigrant land filled with mills and lumber industries to an urban community. Today, the neighborhood boasts numerous historical and modern buildings. There are homes of various styles, from mansions to bungalows, and rental apartments, high-rise buildings, and condos. If you are looking for a community to live in, this is one of the best places to find a home. What’s more, it doesn’t matter whether you are a resident or immigrant – the neighborhood’s diverse culture accommodates people of different descents.
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