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Minneapolis, MN: A Melting Pot of Natural Beauty and Urban Sophistication

Known as the Great City of Lakes and the only American city with its own chain of lakes, Minneapolis is a unique blend of businesses, residential communities, and natural wonders. 

No matter the time of year, you can explore Minneapolis's community parks, lakes, and lively downtown. Discover why people love to call Minneapolis home.

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Residential Life in Minneapolis

Rich in history, culture, and diversity, Minneapolis is home to more than 3.8 million residents, all spread out across various distinctive neighborhoods.

With a number of lakes and interconnected trails, Minnesota residents can enjoy all kinds of year-round recreational activities, such as running, biking, skating, swimming, fishing, sailing, canoeing, skiing or just nature hiking. In winter, it’s not an uncommon sight to spot skiers taking advantage of the various trails for exercise or to commute to work.

Southwest Minneapolis

southwest minneapolis lake and forestDiscover the quiet, leafy neighborhoods tucked away behind Minneapolis's beautiful lakes. Sprawling Victorian mansions restored to perfection, modernist homes with picture windows and innovative layouts, and modest bungalows are typical homes that make up Southwest Minneapolis.

Some of Minneapolis' best public schools lie along these lakes, as well.

A highlight of the neighborhood is the park system that connects the Southwest Minneapolis's chain of lakes.  

The Beautiful Chain of Lakes

Waterfront homes are always in demand along Minneapolis's lakes, such as Lake Harriet, Lake Calhoun, Lake of the Isles, and Cedar Lake. 

Residents living along the lakes enjoy the Grand Rounds Park system, which encircles Minneapolis with parkways and is interconnected with sparkling lakes and waterways.

The Fittest City in America

It's easy to see why Minneapolis was ranked one of America's fittest cities — there are parks every six blocks as well as four professional sports teams, golf courses, an active runners community, and so much more.

A Bustling Economic Center and Education Hub

Minneapolis has the second largest economic center in the American Midwest, with America’s fifth-highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies.

In terms of public colleges and trade schools, you can find these highly rated institutions in Minneapolis:

  • University of Minnesota Minneapolis
  • Aveda Institute
  • Dunwoody College of Technology
  • Minneapolis College of Art and Design
  • North Central University
  • Walden University
  • The Art Institutes International Minnesota

What Isn't There to Do in Minneapolis?

minneapolis skyline over lakeHave a shopper in your family? They’ll be pleased to hear that Minneapolis is the location of several top-notch shopping venues, including Midtown Global Market, The Mall of America, and various local Minneapolis Farmer’s Markets.

There are also a number of outstanding arts venues here, such as Walker Art Center, Somali Artifact and Cultural Museum, The Museum of Russian Art and more.

By no means an exhaustive list, here are a few local attractions in Minneapolis:

  • Boom Island
  • Bryn Mawr Meadows Park
  • Columbia Golf Club
  • Downtown Minneapolis
  • Loring Park
  • Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
  • Minnesota State Fairgrounds
  • Stone Arch Bridge
  • Theodore Wirth Golf Course

Plus, Minneapolis hosts a number of fabulous community events each year, such as riverfront fireworks, family-fun parades, live music, kite festivals, the US Pond Hockey Championships and the Minneapolis Home and Garden Show.

Find Your Dream Home In Minneapolis

Minneapolis MN luxury homeWith everything from condos in the hottest downtown locations to single-family waterfront estates to green, energy-efficient homes, Minneapolis real estate is as diverse and vibrant as its residents. 

You'll love living in Minneapolis, not only because it's one of the most environmentally-conscious and cleanest cities in the country, or because there are so many things to do. You'll fall in love with Minneapolis by discovering its local treasures and living in a home that is tailored to your unique style of living. 


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