Seward Minneapolis Real Estate

Located in Minneapolis within the greater Longfellow Community is the Seward neighborhood. Its bounded by Interstate 94, Hiawatha Avenue, the Mississippi River and 27th Street East. The neighborhood’s name honors William Seward, who served as the U.S. Secretary of State during President Abraham Lincoln's tenure.

The Milwaukee Avenue Mall Area is one of Seward’s prized features, a street set up for only pedestrians which features an array of historic structures. Along the Mississippi River, there are many parks that offer not only recreation and a touch of serenity, but beautiful views of the river. The river is a great reason to call Seward home.

Seward itself offers many amenities one would expect; but if that doesn't do the trick, Downtown Minneapolis is only minutes away with all the entertainment, dining and shopping one could desire.

Seward is home to many starter homes that were built after the second World War. Before then, many Bungalows were constructed in the area. These homes have lots of historic character and many have been updated or refurbished to meet the needs of today's buyer.

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Seward Real Estate StatsJuly 24, 2024
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Seward Minneapolis Neighborhood Information

Seward is connected to downtown, the airport and the Mall of America via the Hiawatha Avenue light-rail line. Many residents of Seward are education or medical professionals, thanks to its proximity to both the University of Minnesota and the Fairview-Riverside Medical Center.