Downtown Minneapolis is divided into two official neighborhoods: Downtown East and Downtown West. The DMNA represents the interests of the nearly 40,000 people who live, work and own property in the Downtown community.
The Mill District spans both the Downtown East and West neighborhoods and is considered the birth place of Minneapolis. The area is home to numerous condominium and apartment projects as well as the Mill City Museum, The Depot, Crown Roller, Ceresota, Guthrie Theatre and MacPhail Center for Music.
Nicollet Mall forms the commercial heart of the city. It stretches from Washington Avenue on the north to 12th Street on the south. Many iconic Minneapolis buildings line the Mall, notably the Hennepin County Central Public Library, Macy’s, IDS Center and Orchestra Hall.
The Hennepin Theatre District is located along the city’s oldest street – Hennepin Avenue – in the heart of Downtown Minneapolis. It features four distinctive, historic theatres: the Orpheum, State, Pantages and New Century Theatres.
The DMNA represents people who live, work or own property in the Downtown East and Downtown West neighborhoods...[Read More]
The Land Use Committee has been working hard to advocate the development priorities of the neighborhood for 205 Park Ave...[Read More]
The Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission (NCEC) and Neighborhood and Community Relations (NCR) department will partner with neighborhood … [Read More]