September 2017

Found 3 blog entries for September 2017.

Oktoberfest St. Paul MN Winter is right around the corner, and if you’re looking for things to do in St. Paul, MN, now is the time to start planning your fall outings. And to help get you started, we've even provided a few quick ideas below:

Oktoberfest

The first weekend of October brings about the annual Twin Cities Oktoberfest. The weekend is filled with beer, brats, dancing and live music at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.

Visit the zoo

The fall season is also a great time to get out and enjoy cooler temperatures at the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory. The oldest zoo in the state, the location is free to visit but accepts donations, and it’s open every day of the year.

Mississippi National River and Recreation Area

It’s also a great time to get out and

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For a medium-sized city, St. Paul has a pretty solid selection of loft-style condos on the market, especially around the heart of downtown. Generally speaking, many home buyers love a good residential loft conversion for all the unique characteristics that coincide with a typical loft-style living space, like high concrete or timber ceilings, exposed brick walls, huge open layouts, and oversized industrial windows just to name a few. 

Despite such a diverse selection of lofts for sale in St. Paul, though, one particular building in town that continues to remain a favorite is the River Park Lofts, located at 406 Wacouta Street. 

Featuring living spaces that are exactly what an urban loft should be, residents at River Park Lofts get it all—classic

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St. Anthony Park HomesSt. Paul, MN is full of great neighborhoods, but one just stands out. Although the name may sound familiar around the city, the St. Anthony Park Neighborhood enjoys a vibe all its own.

For starters, the St. Anthony Park Neighborhood is completely separate from the northeast suburb of St. Anthony, and it’s not the same as St. Anthony East, St. Anthony West or the Falls of St. Anthony, either.

In fact, St. Anthony Park is the neighborhood tucked away in between the Minnesota State Fairgrounds and Highway 280, with a true ‘small town’ vibe that makes the neighborhood unique.

The small town vibe

It’s that small town vibe that easily ranks as one of the top three reasons why you may want to move to the St. Anthony Park Neighborhood of St. Paul. The

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