Minneapolis Homes for Sale
Meet Minneapolis. The culture, the entertainment, the endless new restaurants are some of the highlights of why Minneapolis is so popular. Minneapolis MN is the largest city in Minnesota. We have been working and commuting to Minneapolis for many years, and we know the area very well.
Did you know Minneapolis houses three professional sport stadiums within 1.3 miles of each other? A place of endless exploring, Minneapolis is filled with so much to do. It is also surrounded by 13 lakes, the Mississippi River, and breathtaking views to enjoy during all four seasons. The city also contains multiple vibrant, and diverse neighborhoods that really show us the true Minneapolis life!
Minneapolis’popularity has grown significantly over the last couple years due to big events bringing fans all over the U.S to join and celebrate. Minneapolis MN hosted the Super Bowl in 2018, bringing thousands to the city to watch the Philadelphia Eagles vs. the New England Patriots. The city also just held the NCAA Final Four March Madness tournament as well in March/ April 2019. These events are bringing the city to life; creating more buzz for tourists, and making the city grow and evolve into a very popular place to be.
City by Nature, literally! In Minneapolis, you’re never farther than 6 blocks away from a park. Minneapolis Homes for Sale has hiking and running trails, breathtaking waterfalls, and near a chain of lakes. They recently updated the streets to include biking paths, and uses Nice Ride: a non-profit bike sharing system. Simply take a bike, and return it to any station in the system when you arrive at your destination.
Do you know about Minneapolis’convenient public transportation? Bus fares are very affordable from rates between $2-$3.25. Downtown zone busses are only $.50 per ride. You can also catch the Light-rail which connects downtown Minneapolis to the airport, Mall of America, St. Paul, and 43 other stations. Minneapolis Homes for Sale also participates with Zip Car, as well as Amtrak national train system.
Visit https://www.minneapolis.org for more information.
Destination Transformation 2030
The city of Minneapolis teamed up with tourists, travel writers, meeting planners, local stakeholders, and industry experts to develop a plan for long-term gains in tourism, and to help develop the city; steering it in the right direction to benefit the locals as well as the visitors.
To view their plan and check out more information here is a link to the page:
Fun Facts about Minneapolis Homes for Sale
- The world can thank us for the most delicious apple ever. The Honeycrisp variety was invented in an apple breeding program at the University of Minnesota.
- Charles M. Schultz – creator of the ‘Peanuts’ comics – was born in Minneapolis (grew up on St. Paul).
- Almost 10,000 cyclists hit the roads, paths, and trails in Minneapolis every single day.
- Minneapolis is home to the most golfers per capita in America!
- Minneapolis recording studio Sound 80 is credited for creating the first commercially released digital audio recording
- The Pillsbury Company was founded in 1872 in Minneapolis
- Minneapolis is home to the Guinness Book of World Records holder for the “Quietest Place on Earth.” Despite the chaos of a major metro city!
- Minneapolis native Dr. C. Walton Lillehei was the first surgeon to perform a successful open-heart surgery at the University of Minnesota in 1953!
- Minneapolis invented the Juicy Lucy
The facts about Minneapolis Homes for Sale
Zip codes:55401, 55402, 55403, 55404, 55405, 55406, 55407, 55408, 55409, 55412, 55413, 55414, 55415, 55417, 55418, 55419, 55450, 55454, 55455.
Estimated median household income in 2016: $56,255 (it was $37,974 in 2000)
St. Paul: $56,255
Estimated per capita income in 2016: $34,527 (it was $22,685 in 2000)
Estimated median house or condo value in 2016: $235,200 (it was $113,700 in 2000)
St. Paul: $235,200
Mean prices in 2016:
All housing units: $280,589;
Detached houses: $282,952;
Townhouses or other attached units: $310,783;
In 2-unit structures: $254,213;
In 3-to-4-unit structures: $265,284;
In 5-or-more-unit structures: $269,495;
Mobile homes: $42,592;
Median gross rent in 2016 :$932.
Read more: http://www.city-data.com/city/Minneapolis-Minnesota.html
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Things to do in Minneapolis
Paisley Park Tours– Honoring the life and legacy of Prince, holds the studios where Prince recorded and produced some of his famous hits. You will get to see his private NPG Music Club, and concert hall.
First Avenue and 7thStreet Entry– This nightclub has been around since the 1970’s , a very well known venue where many bands and artists have performed over the years. First Avenue appeared in Prince’s 1984 “Purple Rain.”
Glam Slam aka Shout House Dueling Pianos and Cowboy Jacks– Glam Slam, a popular nightclub that opened by Prince himself in 1989, named after his song “Glam Slam”off the 1988 album “Lovesexy.”This club was one of the biggest nightspots in Minneapolis, until it closed in 2006 due to a fire. The club was then reopened as Epic Nightclub which closed in 2013, and now open and running as Cowboy Jacks.
Calhoun Square– This is where the subject of Prince’s songs “Uptown”and “Calhoun Square”originally came from. Calhoun Square is a vibrant, urban shopping center located in the heart of Uptown. Filled with shopping and dining places, Calhoun square is a fun experience for all ages, and located in a buzzing and growing area of Minneapolis.
Up-down, Bryant Lake Bowl, and Tilt Pinball Bar– Calling all gamers and those who like to have some fun! Bryant Lake Bowl is a bowling alley, restaurant, bar, and 85 seat theatre that opened in 1993, still running and a must see. Up-Down recently opened a couple years ago, filled with over 60 beers on tap, retro arcade games only $.25 per game, and a wide selction of pizza by the slice (who wouldn’t want to check this out?) Last but not least, Tilt has over 20 classic pinball machines, with beers, cocktails, and an artisan hot dog menu. All three of these spots are a lot of fun and a must see.
The Minneapolis Armory– Located downtown Minneapolis and just a few blocks away from the U.S Bank Stadium, the Minneapolis Armory is a historic venue that was bought and reopened in January 2018 just in time for the Super Bowl LII. The Minneapolis Armory was originally built for the Minnesota National Guard and also used be the Minneapolis Lakers of the NBA from 1947-1960. This venue now holds 8,400 people and has weekly concerts and can be used as an event center. Other places to check out near the armory: Erik the Red Nordic BBQ & Barbarian Bar, Bar Zia, and Dan Kelly’s Pub.
Mill City Museum– Fun for all ages? The Mill City Museum is located downtown Minneapolis – a national historic landmark right on the Mississippi riverfront. Opened in 2003 in the ruins of the Washburn “A’Mill, the Museum features exhibits about the history of Minneapolis.
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum– Want to stay active? Take advantage of Minneapolis and surrounding cities 16 mile cross-country ski and snowshoe trails. Choose from a variety of trails and pick your difficulty level.
Want more? The list is ENDLESS – Minneapolis List of 52 Must Sees:
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