Downtown Minneapolis

Downtown is the central business district of . It is sprinkled with architecturally interesting skyscrapers, most of which are interconnected, mainly on the second level above the street level, by a growing web of skyways, now approaching eight miles in total length.

Landmarks in the Area

The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Depot Freight House and Train Shed, now officially named The Depot, is a historic in downtown , .

The United States Post Office building in , , also known as the "Old" Federal Building, is a structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Flour Exchange Building is an office building in downtown , , United States, designed by architects Long and Kees, who also designed Minneapolis City Hall and the .

The Government Plaza station is a light rail station on the Blue Line and Green Line in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Localities in the Area

The North Loop is a neighborhood of the Central community of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Loring Park, on the southwest corner of downtown Minneapolis, is the largest park in the Central Community of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Saint Anthony West is a neighborhood in the Northeast community of Minneapolis, Minnesota

Marcy-Holmes is the first neighborhood of .

Stevens Square is the southernmost neighborhood of the Central community in .

Downtown Minneapolis

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