September 2016

Found 3 blog entries for September 2016.

Things to Do in St. Paul This OctoberFrom free concerts and movies to fun runs and hockey, there’s plenty of fun brewing in and around St. Paul this October. For a closer look at some of the community happenings, here's a few items we've already added to our to-do list next month...

Minnesota Wild Preseason Game- October 8

Lace up your skates and get ready for another great season of hockey with the Minnesota Wild. The home team takes the ice on October 8 for a preseason game against the Winnipeg Jets. 

Color Vibe 5k- October 15

Run or walk in vibrant color at the Color Vibe 5k on October 15. The event kicks off at Harriet Island Park and blasts participants with vibrant displays of every color in the rainbow along the way.

Twin Cities Film Fest- October 19-29

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St. Paul Lofts For SaleDepending on where you go for news and information, some industry experts are saying more young home buyers are turning to the city and seeking out a more fast-paced urban lifestyle when looking for a place to live, while others are claiming more Millennials than you may think are instead opting for the suburbs.

If you’re someone who does prefer a more walkable, city-like living experience, St. Paul certainty isn’t short on options, regardless of whether you’re a first-time home buyer or not. And if a chic residential loft conversion may be at the top of your wish list, here are a few great options to choose from when starting your search:

The Lowry 350 St. Peter

Built in 1911, The Lowry might be St. Paul’s most distinguished residential loft

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Luxury St Paul Real EstateLooking for a luxury home for sale in beautiful St. Paul, Minnesota? As the state capital and also the second most populous city in the state, there’s certainly no shortage of desirable options and opportunities when it comes to luxury homes and condos around the St. Paul area, especially if you love historic homes with all kinds of character and charm.

Unlike what you’ll see in nearby Minneapolis, where some of the most expensive property listings can reach and even exceed $5 million, even the highest-priced homes in St. Paul usually top out around $2 million, giving buyers a slightly better value and easily just as much appeal and desirability to say the least.

As a much smaller city in terms of both area and population, however, expect the inventory of

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