Linden Hills is a neighborhood in the Southwest community of Minneapolis. It is bordered to the north by Lake Calhoun and West 36th Street, to the east by Lake Harriet and William Berry Parkway, to the south by West 47th Street, and to the west by France Avenue.
The Lake Harriet Bandshell is located on the lakeshore on the eastern edge of the neighborhood. The current bandshell, constructed in 1985, is a fifth-generation music venue on the lake. The main platform and carbarn of the Como-Harriet Streetcar Line are also located in the neighborhood, near West 42nd Street and Queen Avenue.
The neighborhood’s commercial corridor, centering around Upton Avenue and 43rd Street, was constructed along the Como-Harriet streetcar line in the 1920s, and is today home to many shops and dining establishments, including Creative Kidstuff, one of the first Great Harvest franchises, Linden Hills Yarn and Textile Design, Sebastian Joe’s Ice Cream Café, Wild Rumpus Bookstore, the Zumbro Café, Naviya’s Thai Bistro, Dunn Brothers Coffee and Tilia.
Linden Hills Power & Light (LHP&L) is an informal group of Linden Hills residents dedicated to engaging their community in combating global warming by promoting conservation and renewable sources of energy.
Neighborhood website: lindenhills.org