New Homes for Sale in Minneapolis, MN
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About Minneapolis, MN
Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota, with an estimated population in 2017 of more than 400,000. The name “Minneapolis” literally means “city on the water.” With a water area of 9 square miles, Minneapolis is a key city in the state of Minnesota which is known as the land of 10,000 lakes. The city of Minneapolis has an astounding 22 lakes which welcomingly take up plenty of real estate within the city limits. Those seeking homes for sale in Minneapolis are pleased to discover the strong outdoor scene and the number of available recreational activities on the water. Minneapolis is also known for its abundance of parks, with a park popping up about every six blocks.
A thriving music scene in the city is another big draw for those considering purchasing homes for sale in Minneapolis. Famed musician Prince was from Minneapolis, and a number of different music genres are available to be experienced in many of the local bars and venues. There’s something for everyone’s taste.
When it comes to shopping, Minneapolis has one of the liveliest scenes around. Mall of America is the biggest shopping and entertainment venue in the nation, and it welcomes 40 million patrons each year. With 60 restaurants and over 520 stores, the shopping and dining opportunities are nearly endless. The mall also houses a 7-acre indoor theme park called Nickelodeon Universe. There is also an aquarium, mini golf, and adult activities.
The state of education in Minneapolis is rather strong, with U.S. News recognizing 7 gold medal high schools in the area, 103 bronze, and 51 silver. The University of Minnesota is located in the Twin Cities area of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
Some of the major suburbs of Minneapolis include Columbia Heights, Golden Valley, and St. Louis Park, all of which are within 15 to 20 minutes of the big city. Many live in the suburbs and work in Minneapolis. A lot of the homes for sale in Minneapolis are in these thriving suburbs.
The professional sports scene is alive and well in Minneapolis with the top teams being the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves, the MLB’s Minnesota Twins, and the NHL’s Minnesota Wild. The Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA are also a major team, as they’ve won four WNBA titles. Minnesota United FC is a new MLS team that was founded in 2010.
Minneapolis, MN Factoids
The Minnesota Twins are named after the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
Minnesota boasts more shoreline than Florida, California, and Hawaii.
The late famous singer Prince was born and raised in Minneapolis, and Bob Dylan went to the University of Minnesota.
The largest mall in North America is in Alberta, Canada, but Mall of America is the biggest in the United States.
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is the biggest urban sculpture garden in the United States, headlined by the famous Spoonbridge and Cherry statue.
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