The Twin Cities region in general is red hot right now, but St. Paul specifically is quickly establishing itself as a top place to call home in 2017. Don’t believe us? Just ask the fine folks over at Livability.com, who happened to rank St. Paul 40th overall on its list of “Top 100 Best Places to Live” in 2017.
Despite the cold and often harsh winters we experience here in Minnesota, it seems more people are moving to St. Paul and the surrounding Twin Cities area than ever before. And with job growth on the rise and housing and living costs still widely considered more than reasonable, it’s easy to see why.
So if you’re thinking about a move to St. Paul and want a basic breakdown of what it’s like and what to expect, here’s an at-a-glance look at everything you need to know:
St. Paul Demographic Stats:
- Location: Ramsey County
- Population: 295,043
- Population Men: 49.2%
- Population Women: 50.8%
St. Paul Real Estate & Economic Stats
- Median Income: $48,757
- Average Commute Time: 23.2 Minutes
- Median Home Value: $173,900
- Median Monthly Rent: $838
St. Paul's Top Neighborhoods To Call Home in 2017
St. Paul's Top Condo Buildings in 2017