The Mill City neighborhood is on the east-side of downtown Minneapolis and also within walking distance of the banks of the Mississippi River. The Mill City district established its name since it was originally the home to historic flour mills. In fact, this specific Minneapolis neighborhood at one-time was named the “Flour Milling Capital of the World”.
The following condos & lofts in the Mill City neighborhood are: the Bridgewater Lofts, Humboldt Lofts, The Whitney Lofts, North Star Lofts, Park Avenue Lofts, American Trio Lofts, Stone Arch Washburn Lofts, Metropolitan Lofts, Zenith condos, and also the 607 Washington Avenue condos.
The Minneapolis-Mill City business residences are: the Minneapolis Farmers Market, the Mill City Museum, the Guthrie, MacPhail Center for Music, the Minnesota Center For Book Arts, and also the Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul.
This Minneapolis walking neighborhood is home to the following cafes & restaurants: Spoonriver Restaurant, Wilde Roast Café, Zen Box Izakaya, Sea Change Bar & Restaurant, Crooked Pint Ale House, and also Aloft & WXYZ Bar. What you will also find within walking distance is a Dunn Bros Coffee and a Caribou Coffee.
For public transportation, the light rail is conveniently located two blocks south of the Mill City Museum.
If you have questions pertaining to the Minneapolis-Mill City District real estate market, looking to buy and or sell your Minneapolis condo/loft property, feel free to call or email Shannon Lindstrom, Realtor with Realty Group, Inc. – Minneapolis at 612-616-9714 or Shannon@MPLSUrbanLiving.com.