Ventura Village Neighborhood
Ventura Village is a neighborhood within the Phillips community in Minneapolis. Its boundaries are Interstate 35W to the west, Interstate 94 (including the I-94/I-35W bottleneck) to the north, and Hiawatha Avenue to the east. The southern boundary runs (from west to east) along East 22nd Street from I-35W to Chicago Avenue, along East 24th Street from Chicago Avenue to 17th Avenue South, and then back up to 22nd Street from 17th Avenue to Hiawatha Avenue (this portion is only about a block long). Franklin Avenue, which runs east-west, acts as the main commercial artery in the neighborhood.
The neighborhood is located just south of the Minneapolis central business district. It is bounded by Interstate 94 on the north, Interstate 35W on the west, the Soo Line Railroad on the east and 24th Street on the south.
They have many assets, including a great diversity of peoples and businesses, walking proximity to downtown, strong connections to transit (including an LRT station), and a committed and optmistic outlook for the future of our neighborhood.
Our vision is to continue working to improve our neighborhood and make it a better place to live in and visit.
Living in Ventura Village offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Ventura Village there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families live in Ventura Village and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Ventura Village are above average.
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