Linden Hills in the News

The Twin Cities’ Best Neighborhoods to Eat, Shop & Explore Minnesota Monthly, 5/1/17.

Its name alludes to the neighborhood’s gently rolling, tree-lined streets, and suits the charming feel of its small-but-thriving “downtown.”

The Last Little Homes in Linden Hills – Star Tribune, 10/22/16.

As teardowns mount around the Twin Cities — with smaller older homes being replaced by bigger new ones — there’s lots of talk about the impact on neighborhoods.

50 things to do in the Twin Cities before you die – City Pages, 2/19/14.

33. Spend an evening in Linden Hills and see a performance at the Lake Harriet Band Shell.  34. Bring your kids to Wild Rumpus bookstore.  37. Fly a kite at the Lake Harriet Winter Kite Festival.

Linden Hills neighborhood leaders wrap up work on small area plan – Southwest Journal, 9/23/13.

Three stories is roughly the max height people are comfortable with in Linden Hills’ densest areas, according to the neighborhood’s (draft) small area plan that was finished in September.

Linden Hills getting not-so-extreme makeover – Star Tribune, 9/15/13.

The biggest development in years is on its way, but new guidelines honor the Minneapolis neighborhood’s status quo.

 Garden thief pilering plots, planters in Linden Hills – Star Tribune, 6/13/13.

The thief strikes in the dead of night, when victims in the southwest Minneapolis neighborhood of Linden Hills are sleeping. Creeping quietly into fenced yards and porches, the intruder nabs prized possessions, then disappears before dawn.

12 Great Neighborhoods: An insider’s guide to the Twin Cities nodes you need to know – Minnesota Monthly, 5/13

Linden Hills: The Urban Village. Tucked between Lake Harriet and Lake Calhoun, the eminently walkable Linden Hills is tightly knit, smart, eco-friendly …

Linden Hills Power & Light’s Transportation Initiative – TC Daily Planet, 3/7/13.

Linden Hills Power and Light has quite the green report card. Originally created with the goal of shrinking the community’s local carbon footprint, Linden Hills Power and Light (LHP&L) has utilized education efforts, community engagement and organizing to promote sustainable habits and energy conservation.

The Harriet: A Better Brasserie – Minnesota Monthly, 8/12.

Harriet Brasserie’s international bistro fare helps make downtown Linden Hills a bona-fide dining destination.

 Photos: Clancey’s Meat and Fish – Minnesota Public Radio News, 5/29/13.

The Linden Hills neighborhood butcher shop often buys whole animals from local farmers and can provide specific cuts of meat for customers.

Tilia: Linden Hills love story – Star Tribune, 6/9/11.

With Tilia, accomplished chef Steven Brown offers a genre-shaking take on the neighborhood restaurant. Diners rejoice, in droves.