4 apartments for rent in West Lyn-Lake, Minneapolis, MN

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2837 Emerson Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55408
$1,567 - $3,331 | Studio - 2 Beds

(763) 251-5349

Updated 8 hours ago
Elan Uptown
2841 Bryant Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408
$1,320 - $3,125 | Studio - 2 Beds

(763) 251-5348

Updated 10 hours ago
2908 Bryant Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408
$909 - $1,119 | Studio - 1 Bed

(763) 251-5345

Updated 2 weeks ago
3013 Bryant Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408
$895 | 1 Bed
Updated 2 weeks ago


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West Lyn-Lake Neighborhood in Minneapolis, MN

Lyn Lake Neighborhood

Lyn Lake is a lively neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota. “Lyn” refers to Lyndale Avenue and “Lake” refers to Lake Street, the two main thoroughfares of the area’s commercial activity, which also happen to intersect. The neighborhood is located southwest of downtown, on the west bank of the Mississippi River, to the east of Lake Calhoun. It is easily accessible from I-94 and I-35W and boasts many premium restaurants and retail outlets.

Like its sister neighborhood Uptown, located a few blocks west, the Lyn Lake area is considered desirable real estate to many of Minneapolis’ under-35 demographic. The property values in the Lyn Lake neighborhood are slightly lower than Uptown’s, and it is common to see young families with children in Lyn Lake. The area encourages the development of urban greenspaces such as the Soo Line Garden, a community garden that has been built up by Lyn Lake’s many garden enthusiasts for over two decades. The Soo Line Garden is connected to the Midtown Greenway, a pedestrian-oriented pathway that runs from west to east, parallel to Lake Street. The Midtown Greenway creates a quieter option for bike commuters and a more pleasant recreational experience for those who enjoy spending time outdoors.

Lyn Lake holds a neighborhood street fair annually in mid-May to raise awareness for local nonprofits, such as the nearby, recently remodeled Blaisdell YMCA. It is a very well-attended event with local sponsors chipping in to provide entertainment such as live music, trivia contests, bicycle-related events, and vendors. The neighborhood also hosts Minneapolis’ Art Car Parade annually, a festival in which locals decorate their vehicles with wildly unusual objects such as lights, flowers, and bones.

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