Marshall Terrace shown in red, in the Northeast section of the city of Minneapolis

Marshall Terrace is located in Northeast Minneapolis. The neighborhood is bordered on the north by St. Anthony Parkway, on the east by University Avenue, on the south by Lowry Avenue, and to the west by the Mississippi River. As of the 2010 Census, Marshall Terrace is home to 1,381 residents.


Schools serving Marshall Terrace residents:

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Minneapolis serves families with a choice of community and magnet schools. Community Schools serve the immediate neighborhood and offer a well-rounded, rigorous curriculum for the whole child. Waite Park Community School serves as Marshall Terrace’s community for grades Pre-K to grade 5.

Magnet schools serve a larger geographic area with a specific curriculum focus. Marcy Open and Sheridan Arts are both magnet schools. Northeast Middle School serves all of Northeast and Southeast as a community option, and Edison is our local high school option. Both Northeast and Edison offer the International Baccalaureate Programme, which emphasizes an international perspective and individualized, rigorous programming for all students.


Located on the east bank of the Mississippi River, Marshall Terrace is a residential neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis. The neighborhood is named after Minnesota’s fifth governor, William R. Marshall, who served in office from 1866 to 1870. Marshall served as Governor in a time of great prosperity in Minneapolis, brought about largely by the expansion of the railroad and large industries along the Mississippi River.

The Marshall Terrace neighborhood grew up alongside these industries, providing homes for factory and railroad employees in the early 20th Century.

Today, Marshall Terrace has over 1,300 residents and a wide variety of businesses, organizations, and places of worship. We offer quick access to downtown, bus lines, Nice Ride bikes, and we’re just a few steps away from the Mississippi River. Head down to Marshall Terrace Park, and you can see the Great Blue Heron rookery from the shore.