To Your Health! Good Living in Pedestrian-Friendly St Paul
You’ll find good living in pedestrian-friendly St Paul. You’ll also likely reside within a 5-10 minute walk from several shops, restaurants, and cafes. And the benefits entail more than convenience. You’ll be investing in your overall well-being.
Researchers have found that pedestrian-friendly areas promote a range of physical activity, helping residents enjoy the health benefits of exercise.
Walkable St Paul encourages a mood of social support. Children are encouraged to enjoy outdoor exercise, whether on their school days or their free days.
Great St Paul Neighborhoods for Walking
People seek condos & homes in Macalester-Groveland as it’s so beautiful, and the neighborly spirit is certainly in full strength here. Live in Macalester-Groveland and never be bored. Whether you’re meeting friends for drinks, exploring new restaurants, or headed to an event, there’s always something exciting happening.
St Anthony Park
This neighborhood is famously friendly. St Anthony Park residents are always out and about, walking their dogs, visiting the local Carnegie Library and other attractions, or strolling to the many neighborhood shops. For families, empty nesters or single professionals, it’s one of the sweetest spots in the Twin Cities to put down roots.
Enjoy a jog around the lake. Visit the Conservatory to stop and smell the flowers. What a lovely place to live! A nice draw is the Como Lakeside Pavilion, with its concerts (including many free ones), boat rentals and bicycle rentals.
St Paul Has Numerous Neighborhoods…
…with connected streets and walkways; where people meet on their porches or in open-air marketplaces; where walking paths and bike trails abound.
Contact RE/MAX Results-Shannon Lindstrom, Realtor to assist with helping you find a place to live that will make you feel good!
Shannon Lindstrom, REALTOR®, AHWD, GREEN
748 Grand Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105