August 2014

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Neighborhood parks often act as the center of a community. They're where young couples stroll while holding hands and talking about their futures. New parents bring their young children to the playgrounds to burn off that excess energy. Children of elementary-school age cause chaos while zooming around on their bikes. Teenagers love to hang out in the neighborhood park, playing a pickup game of basketball or laughing with friends. Older couples, too, will find a comfy bench where they can sit back and observe it all.

Developers in Minneapolis and St. Paul recognized the need for neighborhood parks over the years, which is why you'll find small green spaces and large urban parks scattered throughout the Twin Cities. Some of these parks are known for

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