This northeast neighborhood is named after Giacomo Beltrami, an Italian explorer who was the first European to discover the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Beltrami contains an array of properties, from industrial tracts in the southwest to artist studios in converted lofts. The majority of Beltrami is home to single-family houses, duplexes, and occasional low-rise multifamily buildings. Although it’s the smallest neighborhood in Minneapolis, Beltrami’s expansive park (which includes six bocce courts, baseball & soccer fields, sandpit volleyball, tennis courts, and a basketball court) offers exceptional activities for every age.
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