Walkable St. Paul: Which Neighborhood Gives You Happy Feet?

One of the many things we love about St. Paul condos and lofts is their location in the most walkable of urban neighborhoods. Summer in Downtown St. Paul means comfortable shoes, and immersion in the energy of the markets and the music, and numerous cafes, restaurants, and bars to choose from. The downtown farmers’ market is open on weekends. Shop and eat locally!

Lowertown is an urban explorer’s dream. Ever-evolving, it’s never the same twice.

More Great St. Paul Neighborhoods to Explore

Convenient public transit makes it easy to explore nearby neighborhoods. If you yearn for the walkable city lifestyle, the Summit-University and Union Park areas combine gentle residential streets with bike shops and bakeries, co-ops and cafes, and plenty of shops on Selby Avenue.

Grand Avenue is airy in the daytime, romantic at night. A block north of Grand is Summit Avenue, which takes you from the Mississippi River into downtown. Authors Garrison Keillor and F. Scott Fitzgerald and have lived on this beautiful avenue.

For Architecture and History Buffs

On weekends, May through September, find out what makes St. Paul’s avenues truly enriching. The Summit Avenue Walking Tour from the James J. Hill House covers a mile and a half of the longest row of Victorian mansions in the country.

A Minnesota Historical Society rep will regale you with their stories. Join the Society for a reduced tour fee.

West End Rising

We’ve just scratched the surface, and we’ll have more to come. But let’s give a hat tip here to West Seventh, AKA the West End. Boutiques and cafes line this revitalized “gateway” to downtown, where affordable condos continue to draw young professionals.

Make an appointment, and let’s find the home that’s waiting for you in walkable St. Paul!

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Shannon Lindstrom, REALTOR®, AHWD, CRS, GREEN
748 Grand Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
Direct: 612-616-9714
Lindstrom_S@msn.com
shannon.lindstrom@results.net
Shannon@MPLSUrbanLiving.com
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