Tangletown, formerly Fuller
Location and General Characteristics
Tangletown neighborhood, located in southwest Minneapolis, is bound on the north by 46 th Street, on the east by Interstate 35W, on the south by 54 th Street and Diamond Lake Road and on the west by Lyndale Avenue South. Minnehaha Creek traverses the southern part of the neighborhood. The name Tangletown alludes to the street layout, which does not follow a traditional grid. Until it was renamed in 1996 the neighborhood's name was Fuller, after its elementary school named for Margaret Fuller. Fuller was an American feminist, poet, essayist, journalist and educator during the latter half of the 17th century. The school was torn down and the land converted into Fuller Park in 1977. This small park, a center of community life, offers many activities and features a flower garden.
A sculptured "T" on the columns of the Tangletown Bridge, completed in 2001.
Last updated Sep. 27, 2011