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Minneapolis Homes, Townhomes & Condos for Sale

There are many different housing options available in the city.  Minneapolis has a large variety of condos for sale in downtown as well as dispersed throughout other parts of the city.  There are not a lot of townhomes in comparison to houses or condominiums, but there are some to be found.  The majority of housing, excluding downtown, are homes built from the late 1800′s to 1950′s.

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Minneapolis Condos and Townhomes for Sale


On paper, Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota, with a population in excess of 375,000. But it is really a collection of “towns” and neighborhoods.

There’s Downtown, which offers the best shopping variety in the state, and is also home to one of the most extensive skyway systems in the nation. The Minneapolis skyway system is eight miles long and connects 1,000 businesses, 2,000 condos and 4,000 hotel rooms and is used by more than 200,000 people each day.

Just south of downtown is Uptown, home to trendy nightclubs and eclectic dining and entertainment options.

The lakes region marks the southwest corner of Minneapolis. Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet are the two best-known lakes in the area, and on summer days the lakes are jammed with swimmers and sunbathers, and the area trails are ultra popular with runners, bikers and walkers.

Those are just a few of the neighborhoods — each with its own unique personality — that Minneapolis has to offer.

For sports enthusiasts, Minneapolis is home to four of the state’s professional sports teams. The Twins play at newly built Target Field, the Vikings’ home games are at the Metrodome, and Target Center is home to both the NBA’s Timberwolves and the WNBA’s Lynx. The campus at the University of Minnesota is home to Division I teams in dozens of sports.

The Minneapolis public school system includes 40 elementary schools, seven middle schools and seven high schools.

Minneapolis is also home to a number of fine arts centers, including the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, the Walker Art Center, the Guthrie Theater, the Historic Orpheum Theater and the Historic State Theater, just to name a few.

In May 2010, Forbes ranked Minneapolis No. 3 on its list of fittest cities.

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