One highlight of the area parks is Newell Park with its lush rolling landscape and pavilions for outdoor events and plenty of space for free play, picnics and so much more. The residents of the neighborhood work together to keep it safe and gather to draw bright pictures with chalk at their annual Paint the Pavement event. First Avenue is one of the most important areas in the Twin Cities for entertainment and music drawing visitors from all over the surrounding area. Other attractions include the Hmongtown Marketplace, Ngon Bistro, Noodles and Company restaurant, and the historic Saint Paul Cathedral. The city is very pedestrian and bicycle-rider friendly with shops, parks, recreation and entertainment options and a library all within the neighborhood. The community continues to grow and develop, for example coming in 2014 will be the green light rail to connect the community to 18 new stations throughout St. Paul.
According to www.city-data.com, the average household income in the city of Hamline-Midway in 2011 was $43,242. The median montly rent for houses and apartments in the city is $687. Average home values in the city are $194,090. Hamline-Midway is a far cry from the empty prairie it once was, homes for sale in Hamline-Midway are mixed lot from small fixer-uppers and starter homes through modern luxury homes and historic houses of all sizes. Other real estate options are condominiums, town houses and apartments. The city has a wonderful warm atmosphere that welcomes new comers and makes them feel like residents and long time friends. Local real estate agents are waiting to show you all your options in this cozy little neighborhood. Explore Hamline-Midway, learn the history, experience the culture, breathe in the peace and find your home and your center.
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