It’s good for the mind, body, and community spirit to live in a walkable town. And St Paul condos and lofts are in all the most walkable urban neighborhoods.
Scoring High for Walkability
Consider the Summit-University neighborhood, with its Walk Score of 76. The Walk Score is informed by researchers in urban planning, public health, and real estate. The 70-89 range of scores is “very walkable” — meaning most of residents’ daily errands can be done on a walk.
The YWCA of Cathedral Hill has fitness equipment and a pool. Personal trainers are ready to help you no matter your fitness level or age, and your membership supports the community. Classes for expectant mothers and kids too!
Outside the YWCA are plenty of stores and restaurants to visit, inviting everyone in the area to walk around or get on a bike.
Want a healthful meal to power your workout or your walk? One mile west of the YWCA is J. Selby’s at 169 N. Victoria Street. This spot shares the sustainability ideals that brings you to the Twin Cities.
Selby and Snelling: A Big Slice of St Paul
Ready for more still walkable city living? Take Selby westward, to explore many great shopping and dining places in route to Selby and Snelling. These two avenues meet to offer a generous slice of the Twin Cities life. Plenty of small storefronts offer local goods and vintage finds.
Need a refreshment to cool off? Pop into the Blue Door Pub or O’Gara’s Bar and Grill for a pint! Convenient transit options are an option to get you back home.
We’re waiting to welcome you. Please feel free to give me a call and start making plans for healthful, eco-friendly living in the wonderfully walkable Summit-University neighborhood of St Paul.