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Lind-Bohanon
Location of Lind-Bohanon within the U.S. city of Minneapolis
Country United States
State Minnesota
County Hennepin
City Minneapolis
Community Camden
Population (2000)[1][2]
 - City 4,401
 - Urban 387,970
 - Metro 3,502,891
Time zone CST (UTC-6)
 - Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
ZIP code 55412, 55430
Area code(s) 612
Historical populations
Census Pop.  %±
1980 4,932
1990 4,449 −9.8%
2000 4,401 −1.1%
Lind-Bohanon, Minneapolis, Minnesota
North Mississippi Regional Park
Humboldt Greenway

Lind-Bohanon is a northern neighborhood within the Camden community in Minneapolis.

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Boundaries

The nieghborhood's southern boundary is the Canadian Pacific Railway and Webber Parkway. Humboldt Avenue North and Shingle Creek, Minneapolis marks its border to the west. Its eastern boundary runs from north to south as follows: along the Mississippi River from 53rd Avenue North to 48th Avenue North, and then along Lyndale Avenue North from 48th Avenue to the Canadian Pacific Railway. 53rd Avenue North and Brooklyn Center, MN border Lind-Bohanon to the north.

Parks and Recreation

Centered in Lind-Bohanon is Bohanon Park[1]. The North Mississippi Regional Park is a Minneapolis Park and Recreation Park. It lies along the western bank of the Mississippi River connecting Lind-Bohanon to the trails and paths of the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway and Anoka County parks and trails. The NMRP is home to the Carl Kroening Interpretive Center[2] where naturalists give tours about the history and current state of the Mississippi River.

Humboldt Greenway

The Humboldt Greenway[3] is a neighborhood revitalization program on Lind-Bohanon's western border. More than 200 WWII houses and local businesses were razed and replaced with newer single family homes, multifamily townhomes, Shingle Creek Commons apartments for seniors and Kingsley Commons apartments for persons with MS.

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Coordinates: 45°02′38″N 93°17′31″W / 45.044°N 93.292°W / 45.044; -93.292


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