Living In Lowertown, St Paul

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Summer in the City of St Paul. It means thriving markets, and cafes whose owners know how to create their menus out of what their neighbors grow. There are the cantinas, the pubs, and unique havens like the Black Dog Cafe at Farmers Market Square: a restaurant and a wine bar, where local jazz and blues icons share and create what they love.

And if you’re exploring downtown/Lowertown St Paul condos & lofts, you’ll be right in the middle of things.

Summer in Lowertown means festivals: the summer concert series Music in Mears, the world-class Twin Cities Jazz Festival in June, and the Blues & Funk Fest, also at Mears Park in Lowertown, in July. There’s the Food Truck Festival at Mears Park in August, with its international delights.

Lowertown Lofts for Sale St Paul

Lowertown originated at Jackson Street, at the river’s edge. Once called the Lower Landing, later called Lambert’s Landing, it was a place for paddle-wheeled riverboats to load and unload their holds.

Artists and young professionals have transformed Downtown St Paul from its industrial roots into a thriving residential space. Rossmor Lofts used to be a shoe factory, and the Chicago Great Western building was once a freight house for the Great Western Railroad!

Lowertown offers outstanding opportunities to buy a new residence in a cultural niche with a rich history. More condo and loft properties include:

  • 9th Street Lofts
  • Airye Condos
  • Great Northern Condos
  • Lot 270
  • Market House Lofts
  • Printers Row
  • River Park Lofts
  • Union Depot

Getting to Everything

In winter, take to the skyways and traverse the city. And the Metro Green Line connects Lowertown with all parts of the Twin Cities. We love the bicycle-friendliness of St Paul and its networks of urban sidewalks, paths, and trails.

Your downtown St Paul Realtor, Shannon Lindstrom with RE/MAX Results can help you explore the offerings, always fresh and diverse, of Downtown and Lowertown St Paul condos & lofts for sale. To see what’s waiting, contact Shannon today at 612-616-9714.

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