St Paul Real Estate

Population: 780,651
Median Home Sale: $193,357
Median Household Income: $63,513
Median Commute: 21.10
St. Paul Real Estate for Sale
About St. Paul Why Choose St. Paul? St. Paul is the capital city of Minnesota, and along with its “sister city” of Minneapolis, they form the Twin Cities. St. Paul is made up of 17 distinct neighborhoods, each with their own character. This means that residents are sure to find what they need, Read More +

About St. Paul

Why Choose St. Paul?

St. Paul is the capital city of Minnesota, and along with its “sister city” of Minneapolis, they form the Twin Cities. St. Paul is made up of 17 distinct neighborhoods, each with their own character. This means that residents are sure to find what they need, from upscale luxury condos to historic homes to charming cottages. St. Paul is consistently ranked among the nation’s “Most Livable Cities” for its robust economy, walk- and bike-friendliness, and proximity to recreation.

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Tell Me More About Employment

The Twin Cities metro area is a hub of corporate activity, providing a home to such Fortune 500 companies as General Mills, Target, 3M, and St. Jude Medical. St. Paul itself is home to several thriving corporations, including Ecolab, Patterson Companies, and the Securian Financial Group. St. Paul offers a thorough network of public transit options, including bus and light rail service, as well as many designated bike lanes and paths. Even during the cold Minnesota winters, it’s common to see committed bike commuters riding to and from work.

Sports and Recreation

The city hosts several professional sports teams, including the Minnesota Wild, the Saint Paul Saints, and the Minnesota Roller Girls, and will soon be home to Minnesota United FC. In addition to these local team sports, St. Paul has been the proud host of the American stop on the Red Bull Crashed Ice competition series since 2012.

St. Paul is home to more than 20 parks and green spaces for public enjoyment ranging neighborhood playgrounds, mini parks and traffic circles to large natural parks like the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary and Battle Creek Regional Park. Recreation in many of these parks can be enjoyed year round, with abundant ice skating rinks, sledding hills, jogging and biking paths, swimming, and more. Community centers can be found in or near most neighborhoods, so residents are never far from fitness and recreation opportunities.

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