February 2018

Found 3 blog entries for February 2018.

St. Paul The on-going development of downtown St. Paul is something city officials want to keep moving forward, which is why they’ve launched a new organization called the St. Paul Downtown Alliance.

Officially run by elected officials and local business leaders, the mission of the new St. Paul Downtown Alliance will be to recruit prospective employers, attract possible investors, and of course create “a positive experience for visitors, residents, and workers alike.”

As of now, Mayor Melvin Carter and Securian Financial Group Chairman and CEO Chris Hilger will co-chair the St. Paul Downtown Alliance Board.

Building and maintaining a healthy and vibrant downtown is a critical component to any city’s core strategy and having a more defined structure will

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Flower Show St. Paul The spring season is certainly heating up in St Paul, where already several events and activities are planned for the month of March.

Blue Moon Ball- March 3

The month kicks off down on the riverfront, with dancing, a live auction and cocktails at the annual Blue Moon Ball. Held at the InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront, the downtown event helps raise funds for cancer research.

Super Bold Flower Show- Through March 11

Time is running out to experience the beauty of the Super Bold Flower Show. The event wraps up at the Como Park Zoo & Conservatory on March 11, so don’t delay! Admission to the show is free.

NCHC Frozen Faceoff- March 16-17

Finally, don’t forget to make time to hit the ice during the NCHC Frozen Faceoff. Championship

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With a now vibrant downtown district, St Paul continues to grow in terms of dining, entertainment, and real estate offerings. Some of the most desirable are the lofts and condos of the area, many of them existing within previously converted commercial and industrial buildings.

If you’re in the market for a St Paul loft for under $200,000, you can certainly still find it within the 500 Robert Street building. Originally constructed in the early 1900s, the property now contains large private lofts, with spacious units accented by walls of windows, some stained concrete flooring and exposed ductwork.

It’s possible to purchase a spacious, one-bath loft within the building in this price range, some of which offer in excess of 1,000 square feet of living space.

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