North Loop Minneapolis Real Estate

Located north of Minneapolis' Downtown area, North Loop is bound in the North-East by the Mississippi River. While much of the neighborhood is designated for non-residential purposes, there are two residential areas which are quickly becoming popular places to live. The new Twins ballpark adds excitement to this growing area.Read More

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This fast-growing neighborhood has been transformed in recent years by the conversion of warehouses and industrial buildings into residential lofts and commercial buildings. Once dominated by industrial land, this neighborhood is now a vibrant, lively area, conveniently close to all the amenities of the adjacent Downtown neighborhood. The population of North Loop has consequently grown from less than 400 residents in 1980 to well over 1,100 in recent years. North Loop residents also enjoy their proximity to the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway, a network of more than fifty miles of bike paths and walking trails, set amongst a beautiful backdrop of lakes and parks.

North Loop - Minneapolis MN Homes, Lofts & Condos MLS

A wide variety of housing is available in this neighborhood-from converted lofts and condominiums, to luxury townhouses recently developed along the West River Parkway. Most of the housing within the North Loop has been constructed within the last twenty years, and this is an excellent location for those who are looking for a comfortable style of living with easy access to a variety of amenities and recreational activities.

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