Hamline - Midway St. Paul Real Estate
Hamline-Midway is a neighborhood on the north side of St. Paul, Minnesota. The name Hamline-Midway stems from the fact that the neighborhood is midway between the two downtown centers of St. Paul and Minneapolis. This fact gives this neighborhood so much value, as both downtown areas, and highway access, are easily accesible for residents here.
Hamline-Midway includes St. Paul's primary warehouse district, a passenger rail terminal, Hamline University, Concordia University and a Midway Center, which is one of St. Paul's key shopping districts.
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Hamline - Midway Saint Paul Neighborhood Information
There are many homes and real estate opportunities in Hamline-Midway and they are quite pricey due to their equal proximity to both city centers. By having this neighborhood located directly in between the two city centers, many families enjoy living in this area with the choices of where to work – either in Minneapolis or St. Paul. Many blended families or dual-parent working homes look for homes in Hamline-Midway so that both parents can attend their jobs with equal commuting time.
Hamline-Midway is filled with primarily single family residential homes, although there are a few scattered multi-family homes and complexes within the area, although they too are of higher scale than in some of the other neighborhoods in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
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