Originally a farm community dating back to the early 1900s, New Hope remained a more rural alternative to the adjacent city of Crystal until the early 1950s. Incorporated as its own city in 1953, New Hope is now a popular destination for people looking for homes for rent in Minneapolis' northwest suburbs. With ample parkland, a convenient location, excellent schools and a thriving business community, New Hope offers families a great place to settle and raise children.
Top Facts and Resources for New Hope Renters
Less than a 20-minute drive from the heart of downtown Minneapolis as well as shopping and entertainment districts like Uptown and Dinkytown, New Hope is ideal for commuters and families who want access to the area's best attractions.
With more than 20 parks covering a total of more than 200 acres, New Hope is perfectly suited for outdoor recreation. Almost every home in the city is within a quarter-mile of a city park.
New Hope is part of Independent School District 281, also known as Robbinsdale Area Schools. Find out about the district's happenings and access resources for new families on the district's website.
The City of New Hope publishes a guide for residents. Download it here or find more information on the city's official website.
Things to Do in and Around New Hope
An excellent park system gives residents access to many fantastic activities, like golfing, disc golfing, ice skating, swimming and more. In the summer, families can head down to the New Hope Community Farmers Market to enjoy locally produced food and entertainment, while the annual Duk Duk Daze festival includes attractions such as carnival games, live music and fireworks. In addition to great dining and shopping locally, New Hope has easy access to the Twin Cities, where families can take in a variety of professional sports, eat at some of the Midwest's best restaurants or catch a play in one of the nation's best destinations for live theater.