St. Paul Overview

Saint Paul is the beautiful and vibrant capital of Minnesota. Incorporating a natural scenic location along the shores of the Mississippi, Saint Paul contains a diverse population with varied ethnic cuisines, ample entertainment venues, and great cultural outlets. There is something for everyone in this city. Many visitors who witness Saint Paul, marvel at its beautifully maintained homes filled...
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Como Park

A ‘newer’ city neighborhood, Como Park is the place for people who want the serenity of the suburbs without the drive. The neighborhood surrounds a huge regional park that includes Como Zoo, Como Town (a small midway), picnic grounds, ballfields, a public golf course, and a Victorian Conservatory with Japanese gardens in addition to the beautiful Lake Como with its classic Pavillion...
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Crocus Hill / Cathedral Hill

These stately turn-of-the-century neighborhoods were the first ‘suburbs’ of downtown St. Paul. Then and now, they are home to wealthy St. Paulites. Fine examples of Victorian architecture are the norm here and residents, along with the city, take preservation seriously The appeal of these neighborhoods is the proximity to the historic buildings, shops and restaurants of Selby and...
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Hamline-Midway

Recently (Spring 2007) featured in MN Parent as a top choice family-friendly neighborhood, Hamline – Midway has become quite the popular area. Its gain in popularity over the last 5-8 years was in part a result of the high housing costs in the neighborhoods to the south (Merriam Park, Mac-Groveland, Highland Park, etc). The demand for central location, proximity to colleges, early 20th...
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Highland Park

Highland Park is a neighborhood proud of its Village center, access to the Mississippi River, and large city park. Highland Park, the actual park, holds a golf course, municipal pool, disc golf course, playground and plenty of green space in which to picnic. The Village houses a grocery store, a book store, coffee shops, a small first-run movie theater, and many other specialty shops to...
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Macalester – Groveland

  Macalester-Groveland, or Mac-Groveland as it is often called, is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Saint Paul. The neighborhood is named after Macalester College and Groveland Elementary, a testament to how highly residents value education. This academic neighborhood is home to students, professors and young professionals who never want to leave the area after college! Demographics...
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Merriam Park

The heart of Merriam Park is the area between Cretin Avenue and Snelling Avenue, where large two story Four Squares, many Queen Anne inspired Victorians, and Colonial Revivals are prevalent. Further east in Merriam Park, homes were built in the early 1900′s up to the 1920′s, which include Prairie style homes, Tudor Revivals, and Craftsman 1-1/2 stories. Commercial corridors are...
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West Seventh

The West Seventh neighborhood is officially known as the Fort Road area due to its location on historic Native American and fur trader paths along the Mississippi River from downtown Saint Paul to Fort Snelling. The West Seventh neighborhood is a traditional immigrant neighborhood located at the base of Summit Hill and along the western bluffs of the Mississippi River, spanning the entire...
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St Anthony Park

St. Anthony Park has the prestige of being one of the most popular neighborhoods in all of St. Paul. It is characterized by winding streets, hilly, topography, and a little village that time forgot. There are two distinct residential areas, North and South St Anthony Park real estate, divided by the Burlington Northern Railroad tracks and train yard. The area was first developed in the late...
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