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Andover

  Andover is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota. Andover has a population of 30,598. County Roads 9, 18, 78, and 116 are the main routes in the community. U.S. Route 10 is in close proximity to the city. Crooked Lake is the only fully recreational... Read More »

Anoka

  Anoka is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota and has a population of 17,142. It is the county seat. Anoka is also the self-proclaimed “Halloween Capital of the World”, because it hosted one of the first Halloween parades in 1920. In 1937,... Read More »

Anoka County

Anoka County is the fourth-most populous county in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of 2010, Anoka County’s population was 330,844. The county is home to local Twin Cities destinations such as the Heights Theater in Columbia Heights and Northtown... Read More »

Apple Valley

Apple Valley is a large suburb located in the northwest Dakota County. Only 30 minutes from the Twin Cities. With a population of about 50,000 people, Apple Valley is home to 6 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 3 high schools plus several specialty... Read More »

Armatage Minneapolis

Armatage Minneapolis is a predominantly residential neighborhood, located in a quiet corner of Southwest Minneapolis. The neighborhood is conveniently close to downtown Minneapolis, the lakes, the airport, Mall of America and great local shops. Penn... Read More »

Audubon Park Minneapolis

Audubon Park Minneapolis is a traditional neighborhood, with exquisite qualities—a wide variety of housing types, great local retail, and respectful, environmentally-conscious, and committed residents. We sit atop a hill that extends our horizon and... Read More »

Bancroft Minneapolis

Bancroft Minneapolis is a small but vibrant residential community in South Minneapolis, consisting mostly of single family dwellings built before 1940 that are owner-occupied, sit on tree-lined streets, and are affordably-priced.  Neighborhood commercial... Read More »

Beltrami Minneapolis

Beltrami Minneapolis is a small neighborhood that is just minutes from downtown Minneapolis, the University of Minnesota, and The Quarry retail center—making it easy for residents to get to jobs, shopping, and entertainment.  Beltrami Park is a neighborhood... Read More »

Bethel

Bethel is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, and has a population of 466. Bethel is not to be confused by it’s Eastern neighbor East Bethel, St. Francis neighbors them from the West, South, and North. Bethel also boasts it’s own city... Read More »

Blaine

Blaine is a city in Anoka and Ramsey counties in the state of Minnesota, and has a population of 57,186. The city is located mainly in Anoka County, and is part of the Minneapolis-Saint Paul urban area. Recognized by MONEY Magazine as one of the Top... Read More »

Bloomington

Bottineau Minneapolis

Located along the Mississippi, in the heart of the Northeast Arts District, Bottineau Minneapolis is a destination for many artists to live and work—with the conversion of the California Building into artist studios in the 1980s. The Bottineau neighborhood... Read More »

Brooklyn Center

Brooklyn Center is a city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The city lies on the west bank of the Mississippi River on the northwest border of Minneapolis in Hennepin County. Brooklyn Center is one of the oldest inner-ring suburbs of Minneapolis-Saint... Read More »

Brooklyn Park

Brooklyn Park is the sixth most populous city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The city lies on the west bank of the Mississippi River upstream from downtown Minneapolis in northernHennepin County. Brooklyn Park is the second largest suburb of Minneapolis-Saint... Read More »

Bryant Minneapolis

Bryant Minneapolis is a small neighborhood in South Minneapolis that has easy access to downtown via I-35 and striped bike lanes along Park and Portland Avenues and boasts modestly-priced home in a variety of styles. Phelps Park and Recreation Center... Read More »

Bryn-Mawr Minneapolis

Bryn-Mawr Minneapolis is a quiet “neighborhood within a park” just minutes by bike, car, and bus (and soon light rail transit) from Downtown Minneapolis. Split in two by Interstate 394, two distinctive parts of the neighborhood now exist. The eastern... Read More »

Burnsville

Burnsville is a large, suburban hub located 20 minutes from the Twin Cities. The junctions of 35E and 35W are located within the Burnsville municipality for quick and easy commutes. The ease of commute and the expanding business sector of Burnsville make... Read More »

CARAG Minneapolis

CARAG Minneapolis is a distinctive and exciting city neighborhood located just minutes from downtown Minneapolis and the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes- including Lake Calhoun which is within walking distance. The neighborhood includes a mix of single family... Read More »

Carver

Carver is located south of Minneapolis in Carver County. Sitting next to the Minnesota River, Carver is a small, historical Minnesota city. Carver only has a population of 3,700 people and as such has plenty of room for residential growth. Catering mostly... Read More »

Carver County

Carver County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 91,042. It’s county seat is Chaska. Carver County is named after the explorer Jonathan Carver. Carver County is part of the Minneapolis–St.... Read More »

Cedar Riverside Minneapolis

Cedar Riverside Minneapolis—also known as the West Bank–is global village in the middle of the Twin Cities and is the most culturally diverse neighborhood in the state (45% of residents were born in another country.) Diversity abounds in the... Read More »

Cedar-Isles-Dean Minneapolis

Cedar-Isles-Dean Minneapolis is bounded by Lake Street on the south; France Avenue between Lake Street and West 24th Street on the west (portions comprising the border of Minneapolis and St. Louis Park). The northern and eastern borders are formed... Read More »

Centerville

Two beautiful lakes stand out as Centerville’s greatest features. The population is 3,792, not only because we enjoy the lakes, but also because we work hard to blend tradition and progress. Centerville is a quiet little town situated on 1,597 acres.... Read More »

Central Minneapolis

Nestled quite literally in the center of south Minneapolis, Central Minneapolis is a richly diverse, conveniently located, city neighborhood. Park and Portland Avenues-with their wide expanses and especially grand homes-serve as the neighborhood’s... Read More »

Champlin

Champlin  is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 23,089 at the 2010 census. U.S. Route 169 serves as a main arterial route in the city. source: wikipedia.org

Chanhassen

Chanhassen is located southwest of the Twin Cities and is split between Carver and Hennepin County. With a population of just over 23,000, Chanhassen has a lot to offer for anyone. Working professionals have many work opportunities at Chanhassen’s industrial... Read More »

Chaska

Chaska has now developed into a suburban, small-town driven neighborhood. Its current population sits at over 23,000 people. Of the households within Chaska, about half report having children of which most attend schools in School District 112. On the... Read More »

Circle Pines

Circle Pines is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, with a population of 4,918. Circle Pines is a fully developed community, approximately 15 miles north of the Twin Cities. Circle Pines is a residential community with fields of oaks and elms scattered... Read More »

Cleveland Minneapolis

Due to the Cleveland Minneapolis proximity to downtown Minneapolis, Maple Grove and Golden Valley, the neighborhood is a favorite for commuters who are looking for a residential community that is close to work and conveniently located to key shopping... Read More »

Coates

A little under a half hour from the Twin Cities, Coates is a fairly small city. With only a population of 151 people the residents gets to know each other well. Located at the junction of U.S. Highway 52 and County Road 46, the City of Coates sits next... Read More »

Cologne

Cologne is a small town located 45 minutes southwest of the Twin Cities. Although it is on the historic register, Cologne remains a small, community driven town. With the recent construction of U.S. Highway 212, Cologne now has easier access to the Twin... Read More »

Columbia Heights

Columbia Heights is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, with a  population of 19,496. Columbia Heights was formed as a village on March 14, 1898 when it separated from Fridley Township. On July 21, 1921 the Charter of the City of Columbia Heights... Read More »

Columbia Park Minneapolis

Columbia Park Minneapolis is a quiet and stable residential neighborhood, somewhat hidden away from the rest of the city by the parks, river, and railroads. It has quick and convenient access to Minneapolis’ downtown by main roads and public transportation.... Read More »

Columbus

Columbus is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, and has a population of 3,914. The city was known as Columbus Township until September 21, 2006, when it was incorporated as the city of Columbus, in response to concerns that the adjacent city of Forest... Read More »

Como Minneapolis

Como Minneapolis is a place of cozy homes, tree-canopied streets and delightful gardens, where people come and decide to stay for generations. Como is conveniently located: halfway between the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses... Read More »

Coon Rapids

Coon Rapids is a northern suburb of Minneapolis, and is the largest city in Anoka County, Minnesota. With a population of 61,476, makes it the twelfth largest city in Minnesota and the seventh largest Twin Cities suburb. U.S. Route 10 and Minnesota... Read More »

Cooper Minneapolis

The Cooper Minneapolis Neighborhood may be best known for its bungalows. It proudly declares itself a Traditional Bungalow Neighborhood on signs throughout the community, and has had its special homes featured in countless magazines and books. Built... Read More »

Corcoran

Corcoran Minneapolis

Corcoran Minneapolis is a diverse and active neighborhood in the heart of South Minneapolis. Predominantly residential, the neighborhood has great connections to downtown via the Hiawatha LRT and Hiawatha Avenue as well as to other parts of South Minneapolis... Read More »

Crystal

Crystal is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 22,151 at the 2010 census. source: wikipedia.org

Dakota County

Dakota County is the third most populous county in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The county is bordered by the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers on the north, and the state of Wisconsin on the east. As of the 2010 census, the population was... Read More »

Dayton

Dayton is a city in Hennepin and Wright counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 4,671 at the 2010 census. Dayton is mainly in Hennepin County, but a part of the city extends into Wright County as well. It is the northernmost... Read More »

Deephaven

Diamond Lake Minneapolis

The neighborhood of Diamond Lake Minneapolis represent an “unsung jewel” of South Minneapolis.  The Diamond Lake neighborhood boasts outstanding residential areas with easy access to commercial and recreational areas in the metro area.  Natural... Read More »

Downtown East Minneapolis

Downtown East Minneapolis is in the center of the city and has experienced exponential residential population growth over the past 10 years and has attracted two major cultural institutions to the area, the Guthrie Theater and MacPhail Center for Music... Read More »

Downtown West Minneapolis

The Downtown West Minneapolis neighborhood is the Central Business District of Minneapolis. As such, it is home to many Fortune 500 corporate headquarters, moderate and upscale retail shops, and luxury, boutique, family-friendly, and landmark office... Read More »

Eagan

Eagan is a large suburb of 64,000 people, located along the eastern banks of the Minnesota River and just south of the Twin Cities. At the northern border of Eagan’s municipal lines is I-494 and cutting through the middle of the municipality is 35E.... Read More »

East Bethel

At the northern edge of the Minneapolis–St. Paul metropolitan area, the City of East Bethel is 48 square miles of lakes, wetlands, farms, and prairies. East Bethel has a population was 11,626. The City is traversed by Minnesota Highway 65, a four-lane... Read More »

East Harriet Minneapolis

East Harriet Minneapolis is bordered by 36th Street on the north and 46th Street to the south. Lyndale Avenue is the eastern boundary; Lake Harriet and Lakewood Cemetery largely make up the western border of the neighborhood. In addition to these Minneapolis... Read More »

East Isles Minneapolis

East Isles Minneapolis is a historic, urban neighborhood located on the east side of Lake of the Isles and extends from west 22nd Street on the north to west Lake Street on the south and Hennepin Avenue on the east to Knox Avenue on the southwest. The... Read More »

East Phillips Minneapolis

East Phillips Minneapolis is a diverse area in many ways: its population includes people of many nationalities; it has a mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses; and it is home to several large employers such as Abbott Northwestern Hospital,... Read More »

Eden Prairie

Edina

Elliot Park Minneapolis

The Elliot Park Minneapolis neighborhood is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Minneapolis. It has a unique urban flair and much of its original historic fabric is still visible throughout the neighborhood. Elliot Park Neighborhood, Inc. staff and community... Read More »

Excelsior

Farmington

Farmington is a community focused on residential and commercial development while maintaining a sustainable pattern of growth. Located a half hour south of the Twin Cities, Farmington is a community of 21,000 people. Having come from small town roots,... Read More »

Field Minneapolis

Field Minneapolis is conveniently located less than 5 miles from downtown Minneapolis just east of 35W, roughly midway between Lake Harriet and Lake Nokomis. Our neighborhood is bordered to the south by Minnehaha Creek, along which runs a path for walking,... Read More »

Folwell Minneapolis

Folwell Minneapolis is one of seven neighborhoods in northwest Minneapolis’ Camden Community. Serving as the hub for parks and recreation, the 27-acre Folwell Park is the centerpiece for neighborhood activity with five baseball diamonds, four tennis... Read More »

Fridley

Fridley is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota. The population is 27,208. It was incorporated in 1949 as a village and became a city in 1957. It is part of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. Fridley is a “first ring” or “inner ring”... Read More »

Fulton Minneapolis

Fulton Minneapolis is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Minneapolis because it offers its residents 5 unique features: 1. Charming, well-kept homes at a variety of price ranges. 2. Terrific shopping at 50th and France and the nearby Southdale... Read More »

Golden Valley

Greenfield

Greenwood

Hale Minneapolis

The neighborhood of Hale Minneapolis represents an “unsung jewel” of South Minneapolis.  The Hale neighborhood boast outstanding residential areas with easy access to commercial and recreational areas in the metro area.  Natural amenities grace... Read More »

Ham Lake

Ham Lake is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, with a population of 15,296. Minnesota State Highway 65 serves as a main arterial route in the city. Ham Lake, encompassing 36 square miles, is located 25 minutes north of Minneapolis and offers Convenient... Read More »

Hamburg

Hamburg is a small town in Minnesota farming country. Based around a Main St. area featuring several local businesses, Hamburg is located an hour away from Minneapolis. County Road 50 provides the easiest access to and from Hamburg and the other cities... Read More »

Hampton

Hampton is a very small city located in Dakota County. The city is surrounded by farms and is accessed by U.S. Highway 52 and State Highways 50 and 56. Downtown Hampton consists of a few shops, a park with a baseball diamond, and small neighborhood community.... Read More »

Hanover

Harrison Minneapolis

Harrison Minneapolis is conveniently located minutes from downtown Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Farmers’ Market, the Walker Arts Center, and the beaches at Cedar-Lake and is well-served by transit and has easy access to I-394/94.The neighborhood is... Read More »

Hassan Township

Hastings

Hastings has much to offer at its scenic location at the confluence of the St. Croix and Mississippi rivers. 20 minutes from St. Paul, Hastings is town that has retained its historical atmosphere as it has grown. The popular, historic downtown area retains... Read More »

Hawthorne Minneapolis

The Hawthorne Minneapolis neighborhood is close to downtown, adjacent to the Mississippi River, and is home to North Minneapolis’ “main street” West Broadway and many historic and affordable homes. The neighborhood is a close-knit community that... Read More »

Hennepin County

Hennepin County   Bloomington Golden Valley Medina Robbinsdale Brooklyn Center Greenfield Minneapolis Rockford Brooklyn Park Greenwood Minnetonka Rogers Champlin Hanover Minnetonka Beach Shorewood Corcoran Hopkins Minnetrista Spring Park Crystal Independence Mound St.... Read More »

Hiawatha Minneapolis

The Hiawatha Minneapolis Neighborhood may be best known for its bungalows. It proudly declares itself a Traditional Bungalow Neighborhood on signs throughout the community, and has had its special homes featured in countless magazines and books. Built... Read More »

Hilltop

Hilltop is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, with a population of 744. The city is a small enclave within the city of Columbia Heights and consists of 16 city blocks. Minnesota State Highway 65 (Central Avenue) serves as a main arterial route,... Read More »

Holland Minneapolis

The Holland Minneapolis neighborhood is in the center of Northeast Minneapolis and is part of the NE Minneapolis Arts District.  The neighborhood has modestly-priced homes and a mix of businesses including: professional services, pubs, bakeries, art... Read More »

Hopkins

Howe Minneapolis

The Howe Minneapolis Neighborhood may be best known for its bungalows. It proudly declares itself a Traditional Bungalow Neighborhood on signs throughout the community, and has had its special homes featured in countless magazines and books. Built to... Read More »

Independence

Inver Grove Heights

Inver Grove Heights is a quickly expanding city. Both commercially and residentially, Inver Grove Heights has become popular within Minnesota. With safe neighborhoods and a welcoming business environment it can be expected that Inver Grove Heights will... Read More »

Jordan Minneapolis

The Jordan Minneapolis neighborhood is bordered by businesses ranging from coffee shops and a hardware store to two major grocery stores leaving the interior of the neighborhood mostly residential and very peaceful. There are many housing styles to choose... Read More »

Keewaydin Minneapolis

The four neighborhoods of Keewaydin, Minnehaha, Wenonah, and Morris Park make up the most southeastern portion of Minneapolis. Together these neighborhoods are known as Nokomis East, and are quintessential Minneapolis. Tree-lined blocks with small houses... Read More »

Kenny Minneapolis

Kenny Minneapolis is a residential city neighborhood that prides itself on its low crime, its active neighborhood association and its multi-generational population of approximately 3,500 persons living in 1,600 homes. The hidden-jewel of the Kenny neighborhood... Read More »

Kenwood Minneapolis

Kenwood Minneapolis is a neighborhood within the Calhoun-Isles community in Minneapolis. Its boundaries are Cedar Lake Parkway to the west, Kenwood Parkway to the north, West Lake of the Isles Parkway to the east, and Kenilworth Place to the south.... Read More »

King Field Minneapolis

King Field Minneapolis is largely a residential area of single-family houses with some multiple unit residences and apartment buildings that sit on tree-lined streets. There are several commercial corners with businesses to serve the residents of Kingfield... Read More »

Lakeville

Lakeville is located 40 minutes south of the Twin Cities within Dakota County. A quickly expanding city, the City’s 2010 recorded population was over 55,000 people. Highway 35E runs through Lakeville and the junction between 35E and 35W is nearby providing... Read More »

Lexington

Lexington is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, and has a population of 2,049. Lexington is a cozy little community nestled between Circle Pines and Blaine – small in size, but big on pride.  The city offers many conveniences of larger cities due... Read More »

Lilydale

Lilydale is located on the bluffs of the Mississippi River. The scenic views of the Mississippi River paired with the St. Paul and Minneapolis skylines make this quiet residence a beautiful place to live. Nearby Highway 13 and Interstate 35E give easy... Read More »

Lind-Bohanon Minneapolis

Lind-Bohanon Minneapolis has a small town atmosphere where neighbors (many of whom have lived in the neighborhood for generations) pride themselves on knowing each other and taking an active role in improving the neighborhood. Homes are modestly priced,... Read More »

Linden Hills Minneapolis

Linden Hills Minneapolis is nestled between the South shores of Lake Calhoun and the West side of Lake Harriet in Southwest Minneapolis is a neighborhood unique unto its self. Often referred to as “a small town in the City” Linden Hills represents... Read More »

Lino Lakes

Lino Lakes is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, with a population of 20,216. Interstates 35W and 35E are two of the main arterial routes in the community. Lino Lakes’ main shopping area is the Town Center on I-35W and Lake Drive. It... Read More »

Logan Park Minneapolis

The Logan Park Minneapolis neighborhood is in the center of Northeast Minneapolis and in the heart of the area’s Art District, making it an exciting and creative place to live. The Northrup King Building–home to over 190 tenants including a... Read More »

Long Lake

Longfellow Minneapolis

The Greater Longfellow Minneapolis Neighborhood may be best known for its bungalows. It proudly declares itself a Traditional Bungalow Neighborhood on signs throughout the community, and has had its special homes featured in countless magazines and books.... Read More »

Loretto

Loring Park Minneapolis

The Loring Park Minneapolis neighborhood is a bicyclist & pedestrian paradise with easy access to bicycle trails, a 15 minute walk to the downtown and uptown areas, and excellent public transportation. The neighborhood’s character, history, architecture,... Read More »

Lowry Hill East Minneapolis

The Lowry Hill East neighborhood is home to some of Minneapolis’ defining areas—the funky shops, arts centers, theaters and restaurants of Lyn-Lake (centered around the intersection of Lake Street and Lyndale Avenues); the retail, dining, nightlife... Read More »

Lowry Hill Minneapolis

Lowry Hill Minneapolis is a neighborhood located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The community is named after Thomas Lowry, one of the neighborhood’s developers and first residents. The population of this community is approximately 4000. Lowry Hill... Read More »

Lyndale Minneapolis

The Lyndale Minneapolis Neighborhood is best known for its active and engaged community. As a diverse community of 8,000, Lyndale’s mix of businesses, homes, condos, and apartments provide great housing opportunities no matter where you are in life.... Read More »

Lynnhurst Minneapolis

Located in Southwest Minneapolis, the Lynnhurst Minneapolis Neighborhood offers the best of city living for residents and visitors alike. Our beautiful natural setting on the southeast side of Lake Harriet offers numerous recreational opportunities,... Read More »

Maple Grove

Maple Plain

Marcy Holmes Minneapolis

The city’s “first neighborhood” is now one of its hottest. Marcy Holmes Minneapolis neighborhood is quiet, nature-filled streets by day, an urban entertainment scene by night, Marcy-Holmes is a welcome mix of old and new, traditional and trendy.... Read More »

Marshall Terrace Minneapolis

Marshall Terrace Minneapolis is a small residential neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis. Surrounded by large tracks of railroad and industrial land, this neighborhood is comprised of primarily small, working class homes that have been meticulously maintained.... Read More »

Mayer

Mayer is a rural town an hour west of the Twin Cities. Sitting in Carver County, Mayer’s population is currently around 1,800, though recent housing developments and construction will raise this figure in the near future. There are several lakes nearby,... Read More »

McKinley Minneapolis

The McKinley Minneapolis neighborhood is a tree filled, residential neighborhood that sits right on the Mississippi River, just seven minutes from the heart of the downtown Minneapolis. With a neighborhood school, park, three Christian Churches, a Buddhist... Read More »

Medicine Lake

Medina

Mendota

Mendota was one of the 1stpermanent settlements in Minnesota. It sits at the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi River within miles of Fort Snelling. With beautiful views overlooking the river, Mendota is a picturesque small town of only 200 people.... Read More »

Mendota Heights

Mendota Heights is located just south of the Twin Cities. With major roadways such as I-494 and I-35E as well as State Highways 110, 13, and 55, running through Mendota Heights it is easy to commute just about anywhere in the Metropolitan area. Downtown... Read More »

Midtown Phillips Minneapolis

Midtown Phillips Minneapolis is a diverse area in many ways: its population includes people of many nationalities; it has a mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses; and it is home to several large employers such as Abbott Northwestern Hospital,... Read More »

Miesville

Miesville is a small farming town in southern Dakota County. Located near the Minnesota and Wisconsin border, Miesville only has a population of 125 people. Served by the Hastings Public Schools District, Miesville is a small town determined to stay that... Read More »

Minneapolis

    Armatage East Phillips Loring Park Seward Audubon Park Elliot Park Lowry Hill East Sheridan Bancroft Ericsson Lowry Hill Shingle Creek Beltrami Field Lyndale St. Anthony East Bottineau Folwell Lynnhurst St. Anthony West Bryant Fulton Marcy... Read More »

Minnehaha Minneapolis

The four neighborhoods of Keewaydin, Minnehaha, Wenonah, and Morris Park make up the most southeastern portion of Minneapolis. Together these neighborhoods are known as Nokomis East, and are quintessential Minneapolis. Tree-lined blocks with small houses... Read More »

Minnetonka

Minnetonka Beach

Minnetrista

Morris Park Minneapolis

The four neighborhoods of Keewaydin, Minnehaha, Wenonah, and Morris Park make up the most southeastern portion of Minneapolis. Together these neighborhoods are known as Nokomis East, and are quintessential Minneapolis. Tree-lined blocks with small houses... Read More »

Mound

Near North Minneapolis

Near North Minneapolis is a richly diverse, predominantly residential neighborhood with active residents, acres of beautiful parkland, and easy access to growing retail opportunities along West Broadway Avenue—the Main Street of North Minneapolis.... Read More »

New Germany

New Germany is located almost in the center of Minnesota, in Carver County. An agricultural city, New Germany’s small, civically active population defines the town’s attitude and spirit. The nearest highway is State Highway 7 which leads through the... Read More »

New Hope

New Trier

New Trier is another of Minnesota’s small farming cities. Removed from the larger suburbs in northern Dakota County, New Trier’s population of 112 people reside in a quiet part of the state. Large tracts of farmland surround the City and its neighboring... Read More »

Nicollet Island/East Bank Minneapolis

Nicollet Island/East Bank Minneapolis neighborhood comprises Nicollet Island on the Mississippi River just east of downtown Minneapolis and the portion of the eastern riverbank located between Central Avenue and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad... Read More »

North Loop Minneapolis

The North Loop Minneapolis Neighborhood, located in what is frequently referred to as the Warehouse District, offers unique housing options, entertainment, fine dining, and specialty shops—many within the original warehouses of the North Loop’s... Read More »

Northeast Park Minneapolis

Northeast Park Minneapolis is roughly divided into three sections: the western section is mainly residential and is home to a number of restored Victorian era homes and rental properties. In the middle of the neighborhood, The Quarry, a large regional... Read More »

Northrop Minneapolis

Northrop Minneapolis is conveniently located less than 5 miles from downtown Minneapolis just east of 35W, roughly midway between Lake Harriet and Lake Nokomis. Our neighborhood is bordered to the south by Minnehaha Creek, along which runs a path for... Read More »

Norwood Young America

Norwood Young America was formally two cities that merged in 1996. West of the Twin Cities, Norwood Young America is conveniently located on Highway 212 allowing for residents to travel to neighboring cities and the metropolitan area quickly and easily.... Read More »

Nowthen

Nowthen is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, with a population of 4,443. The city was formerly known as Burns Township until it was incorporated on June 30, 2008. The drive toward incorporation started at the township’s annual meeting in March... Read More »

Oak Grove

Oak Grove is located in northern Anoka County, Minnesota. North of Andover, south of St. Francis, west of East Bethel and east of Nowthen. It is approximately 36 square miles and the city is estimated to have 8,031 people with 2,882 households.   oak... Read More »

Orono

Osseo

Page Minneapolis

The neighborhood of Page Minneapolis represents an “unsung jewel” of South Minneapolis.  The Page neighborhood boasts outstanding residential areas with easy access to commercial and recreational areas in the metro area.  Natural amenities grace... Read More »

Phillips West Minneapolis

Phillips West Minneapolis is a diverse area in many ways: its population includes people of many nationalities; it has a mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses; and it is home to several large employers such as Abbott Northwestern Hospital,... Read More »

Plymouth

Powderhorn Park Minneapolis

Powderhorn Park Minneapolis is a thriving and diverse neighborhood in South Minneapolis. Known for its namesake park and annual Art Fair and May Day Festival, Powderhorn residents are famously creative and active in their community. The revitalizedLake... Read More »

Prospect Park Minneapolis

Prospect Park Minneapolis residents enjoy its urban village feel–a small town in the big city–where it is easy to walk to: work, recreation, shopping, and community meetings & events. Winding, tree-lined streets where no two homes are... Read More »

Ramsey

Ramsey is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, with a population of 23,668. It is a northern suburb of the Twin Cities. U.S. Highways 10 / 169 (co-signed) and State Highway 47 are two of the main arterial routes in the city. Ramsey covers 28... Read More »

Ramsey County

Ramsey County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota, founded in 1849. As of the 2010 census, the population was 508,640.  Its county seat is St. Paul, which is also Minnesota’s state capital. It is one of the 11 counties... Read More »

Regina Minneapolis

Regina Minneapolis is conveniently located less than 5 miles from downtown Minneapolis just east of 35W, roughly midway between Lake Harriet and Lake Nokomis. Our neighborhood is bordered to the south by Minnehaha Creek, along which runs a path for walking,... Read More »

Richfield

Robbinsdale

Rockford

Rogers

Scott County

Scott County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It was organized in 1853 and named in honor of General Winfield Scott. As of the 2010 census, the population was 129,928. Its county seat is Shakopee. Scott County is a mixed... Read More »

Seward Minneapolis

Seward Minneapolis is a diverse, vibrant neighborhood located along the Mississippi River in south Minneapolis, close to downtown, the University, and Saint Paul. Seward’s sense of community and mix of residential, commercial, and industrial areas... Read More »

Sheridan Minneapolis

The Sheridan Minneapolis neighborhood is located in Northeast Minneapolis and downtown is just one mile south along the trails and paths in our expanding riverside parks. The Grain Belt Area complex, adjacent to Sheridan Memorial Park on the river, is... Read More »

Shingle Creek Minneapolis

Shingle Creek Minneapolis offers city conveniences and suburban comforts—where residents can be close to nature in their own backyards in the heart of the city! Here you can find great housing stock, excellent schools and parks within walking distance,... Read More »

Shorewood

Spring Lake Park

Spring Lake Park is a city in mainly Anoka County,  Minnesota. The city has a  population of 6,412. Spring Lake Park is an established residential community of small town charm and friendly folks, located in counties of Anoka and Ramsey, with a... Read More »

Spring Park

St. Anthony

St. Anthony East Minneapolis

For a small neighborhood Saint Anthony East Minneapolis has access to a large amount of public space, including Community Commons Park, Logan Park, and St. Anthony Park. We have convenient public transportation as the number 10 busline runs along our... Read More »

St. Anthony West Minneapolis

Historic St. Anthony West Minneapolis is located on the east bank of the Mississippi River. It is the gateway to the Minneapolis Arts District and features a variety of affordable housing options – from gracious and historic 1880s homes to charming... Read More »

St. Bonifacius

St. Francis

St Francis is located along the northern edge of Anoka County, Minnesota. The City of St. Francis is a community that is still able to provide its residents with a small town feel while in the shadow of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. St. Francis has... Read More »

St. Louis Park

Tonka Bay

Ventura Village Minneapolis

Ventura Village Minneapolis is a diverse area in many ways: its population includes people of many nationalities; it has a mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses; and it is home to several large employers such as Abbott Northwestern Hospital,... Read More »

Victoria

Victoria is a growing Minnesota city, with a current population of 6,330 residents. An upper income city with large neighborhoods and houses, Victoria is served by 3 different school districts: Waconia, Chaska, and Minnetonka. All 3 are well performing... Read More »

Waconia

Located on the shores of Lake Waconia, Waconia is a thriving suburban city. Under and hour away from the Twin Cities, Waconia has much to offer for everyone from the single person to the family. Many jobs and commercial/retail businesses are located in... Read More »

Watertown

Watertown is located along the South Fork of the Crow River in Carver County. 45 minutes from the Twin Cities and with a population of just over 4,000 people, Watertown is a bustling small town in the 11 County areas surrounding the Twin Cities. Watertown... Read More »

Wayzata

Wenonah Minneapolis

The four neighborhoods of Keewaydin, Minnehaha, Wenonah, and Morris Park make up the most southeastern portion of Minneapolis. Together these neighborhoods are known as Nokomis East, and are quintessential Minneapolis. Tree-lined blocks with small houses... Read More »

Willard Hay Minneapolis

Willard-Hay Minneapolis is a richly diverse, predominantly residential neighborhoods with active residents, acres of beautiful parkland, and easy access to growing retail opportunities along West Broadway Avenue—the Main Street of North Minneapolis.... Read More »

Woodland