Downtown Minneapolis (Central) Community Real Estate

The downtown Minneapolis area is the epicenter of Minneapolis Real Estate.  This urban community is home to thousands of residents as well as the Minneapolis Convention Center, the new Vikings stadium, Target Center, Target Field and Minnesota's tallest building, the IDS Center. The residential landscape of this community has changed dramatically in the past two decades. Townhomes and condos now line the picturesque Mississippi Riverfront which is home to the famed Guthrie Theatre. Lightrail transit links this urban center to the Minneapolis - St. Paul International Airport and the Mall of America.

Read more about the Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Central Community

Central Minneapolis Real Estate StatisticsApril 14, 2024
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Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Central Community

Downtown East - The Downtown East neighborhood is constantly changing as the area is renovated and more families call the area home. In the past 30 years, the number of owner-occupied houses and areas of residential housing has increased significantly.

Downtown West - Downtown West has become more popular over the years as the area continues to update and reinvent itself.

Elliot Park - Homes and buildings in Elliot Park are still available at affordable prices despite the deceptively high average price for Minneapolis homes.

Loring Park - If you are interested in purchasing a home in this area, you will need to decide whether a turn of the Century Brownstone or a contemporary flat is more to your liking.

North Loop - Most of the housing within the North Loop has been constructed within the last twenty years; 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.

Stevens Square-Loring Heights - This neighborhood features beautiful architecture and is a beloved spot because of its proximity to the downtown area.