With its bustling businesses, world-class restaurants, scenic parks, convenient public transportation, and a wide variety of smaller housing options, Downtown/Lowertown St Paul is a great fit for those looking for the real big city experience.
Plus, although winter may be difficult, the Downtown Skyway offers refuge from the cold. The network connects together a variety of businesses, restaurants, and residential buildings, ensuring this neighborhood stays walkable all year long.
St. Paul Farmers’ Market
The St. Paul Farmers’ Market has been a mainstay of Downtown for over a century and a half. There, shoppers will find a wide range of locally grown and crafted fruits, vegetables, flowers, dairy products, and other wares.
Great Local Restaurants
Downtown St. Paul residents can also enjoy locally grown and raised food when dining out. The area is well known for its quality restaurants that are proud to give guests the farm-to-table experience.
Nearby Dog-Friendly Park
Dog lovers — and their furry friends — will appreciate the beautiful Lowertown Dog Park. The park features a completely fenced-in area for your pooch to safely enjoy off-leash play.
Downtown St. Paul Condos and Lofts
Within Downtown, prospective residents have quite a few smaller neighborhoods to choose from, each with its own unique charms and housing options.
City Walk Condos
Located in the newly named Fitzgerald Park neighborhood, City Walk has the distinction of being the only condominium in Downtown with a private outdoor pool.
Essex on the Park Condos
Essex on the Park is one of Downtown’s newest condo buildings, having been built in 2001 as part of the first phase of development for the Wacouta Commons neighborhood.
Market House Condos
Market House stands out with its unique history: The building started life as a warehouse but was converted into lofts and residential space in 1983. More renovations in 2007 modernized these condos for a new millennium.
The Lowry Condos
The Lowry Condos are the perfect choice for lovers of the busy downtown lifestyle. This historic complex is centrally located, situated between Rice Park and the retail district.
Another complex converted from an early 20th century commercial building, the Rossmor Lofts are especially great for fans of natural lighting.
Great Northern Lofts
The Great Northern Lofts fit well into the historic Lowertown neighborhood. Its 11-foot vaulted ceilings and stately floor-to-ceiling fireplaces bring sophistication to loft living.
The bottom line? You can’t really go wrong wherever you decide to make your home in Downtown St. Paul; it’s a great place to live. And if you’re looking for a Downtown Lowertown St. Paul Condo Realtor? Consider giving us a call!
Shannon Lindstrom, Realtor®, AHWD, GREEN, NCS
13784 83rd Way No, Ste. 200
Maple Grove, MN 55369