St. Paul Real Estate Blog - Kris Lindahl for RE/MAX Results

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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Luxury Homes For Sale in St. Paul There is certainly no lack of luxury homes in St. Paul, from sprawling, historic mansions to newly updated designs. Many of these can be found in two of the regions most celebrated, historic neighborhoods: Summit Hill and Summit-University.

Summit Hill neighborhood

The historic Summit Hill neighborhood is home to a number of exceptionally preserved Victorian-style residences. With architecture sometimes dating back to the mid 1800s, the neighborhood quickly gained attention generations ago from some of the area’s most prominent and affluent families.

Helped by the preservation of its architecture and character over the years, much of the Summit Hill neighborhood of today stays true to its roots, with a large selection of well-kept Victorian-era and

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It’s hardly a secret that the golf course industry overall has been struggling over the past decade, and that’s certainly the case in states like Minnesota where we don’t exactly have the luxury of living in a warm weather climate all year long. With that in mind, the Planning and Economic Development Department in St. Paul is already working on a plan to possibly re-develop Hillcrest Golf Course, which just recently announced it will officially close this coming October.

News about the course shuttering broke back in late July, and its owners are already looking to unload its 110 acres to real estate developers who may be looking to add to the area’s already residential-dominant landscape, which is undoubtedly a unique opportunity for just about any

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As the old saying goes, “all good things must come to an end,” and that’s certainly relatable to the recent announcement of the 96-year-old privately owned Hillcrest Golf Club in St. Paul closing later this fall.

According to a recent report from The Pioneer Press, owners of the club concluded that its fewer than 200 members isn’t enough for the business to remain sustainable, ultimately forcing the decision to shutter and sell off the sprawling 110-acre property.

As noted by The Press, the Hillcrest site will likely be marketed to real estate developers and could potential bring hundreds of new homes to the area, which is already almost entirely residential.

The Hillcrest Golf Course originally opened all the way back in 1921 as a municipal

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As we get further and further into 2017, housing inventory continues to be an issue facing the Twin Cities market, and more specially buyers who are desperately trying to find a new place to live. 

According to recently released sales figures, the median sales price back in April jumped another 6.3% to $245,500, brining it to a level that hasn’t been seen in over a decade. 

With fewer homes on the market all throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, home sellers are taking notice and aggressively pricing their properties when looking to sell. And unfortunately for buyers, there isn’t a whole lot that can be done outside of paying the asking price, or at the very least close to it.  

For added perspective, there were 20% fewer homes on the market

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St. Paul Firehouse For SaleA very unique property has just recently been put up for sale in St. Paul and the St. Paul Planning and Economic Development Department are planning to do everything they can to ensure it remains part of the city’s landscape. 

Once the oldest active firehouse in St. Paul, Station 10 was originally built all the way back in 1885 and was actually still in use by the St. Paul Fire Department until recently. 

Now out of commission, however, the city of St. Paul is seeking offers from a developer who may want to re-vamp the existing structure while maintaining its original charm and character. 

Located at 754 Randolph Avenue, not far from plenty of shopping and dining along West Seventh Street, Station 10 actually sits in a prime location, which

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Spirit of Brandtjen Farm Homes For SaleReports have recently surfaced that detail plans for the latest addition of Lakeville’s sprawling Spirit of Brandtjen Farm community, which is one of the largest residential developments in the entire Twin Cities region. 

Having already been approved by Lakeville city officials, the next phase of Spirit of Brandtjen Farm will reportedly include 253 more home sites and act as the community’s 18th addition overall. 

Each of the 253 lots will be broken down into 190 detached single-family homes (with 152 of those homes being a cottage-style single-family home) and an additional 63 detached townhouse residences. The new development will also include the construction of several key common areas, which will also entail adding a new community clubhouse.  

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St. Paul Lofts For SaleAlthough St. Paul is only considered a medium-sized city with a population of just under 300,000 people, you might be surprised at how diverse its real estate market is at just about every level. Along with condos, townhouses, and single-family homes of all shapes and sizes, residential loft conversions are also fairly common around Downtown St. Paul, which is great for buyers seeking out a unique and ultra-stylish living space located right in the heart of the city. 

Top loft buildings in St. Paul that certainly get a lot of attention from buyers specifically interested in an authentic residential loft space include The Lowry, the River Park Lofts, and MarketHouse, but the list doesn’t just stop there. 

The Rossmor, located at 500 Robert Street

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Every home buyer starts a search with a list of demands that ultimately help determine which home or condo is the best fit for his or her individual needs. For some buyers, an extra bedroom or two is a top priority when looking for that perfect new place to live, while others look more at the neighborhood, location, and a property’s close proximity to various community amenities as the starting point for what works, and what doesn’t. 

For someone who prefers more of an urban living experience, being situated near public transit can also play a big role in where you start a home search, especially around the downtown core. In St. Paul, one of the busier transpiration hubs is the Metro Green Line, which conveniently connects downtown Minneapolis with

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