Shopping for a Home in Downtown St. Paul? Consider The Pointe

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Thursday, October 1st, 2015 at 12:49pm.

The urban lifestyle doesn’t appeal to everyone but for those that crave convenience and thrive on the energy only a downtown area can provide, city living can’t be beat. St. Paul’s downtown offers unparalleled convenience and homes at The Pointe are in the center of it all.

The Pointe of St. Paul offers high-rise living at first-time homebuyer prices. The building, erected in 1987, originally housed apartments for rent. Then, in 2003, it switched over to owned units and has become one of St. Paul’s most popular buildings.

Here you’ll find 290 homes in various floor plans and sizes. Amenities include a tanning bed, exercise room, an indoor pool, hot tub and sauna, a party room and a special suite for guests. The most attractive feature of life at The Pointe, however, is the amazing views from your living room window.

Life at The Pointe of St. Paul means being within walking distance of a light rail stop and cool restaurants like Black Sheep Pizza, Key’s Café and Bakery and Big Bowl Chinese Express.

Homes for Sale at The Pointe

There are currently 11 homes listed for sale at The Pointe, ranging in price from $109,900 to $199,900.

In the middle of the price range, priced at $159,900 you’ll find a remodeled 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom condo with 805 square feet of living space. This home is on the 12th floor, so get ready for some amazing views of the downtown skyline.

View photos of this St. Paul condo for sale here.

At the top of the price range at The Pointe, listed at just under $200,000, is a home on the 24th floor, offering even more amazing views (Mississippi River and downtown St. Paul). This one is a corner unit offering 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in 934 square feet of living space. We love the oak floors in this home.

View photos of this home, listed at $199,900 here.

Be sure to give us a call if you’d like to see any of the homes available at The Pointe of St. Paul.






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