Why the Phillips Neighborhood is a Great Spot For Searching Vintage Condos in Minneapolis

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 at 11:18am.

Vintage Minneapolis Condos For Sale Found just south of the downtown area, the Phillips neighborhood is an ideal location when searching for vintage condos in Minneapolis.

This diverse community dates back generations, with a unique variety of vintage-style homes to choose from, many of them reimagined from their former use or simply remodeled to reflect the demands of a more modern lifestyle.

Midtown Exchange

With loft-style appeal, Midtown Exchange presents vintage residential units with large windows and vaulted ceilings. Once the site of a late 1920s-era Sears, Roebuck & Company distribution center, the reimagined building now houses hundreds of residential units belonging to Midtown Exchange, and others.

This urban residential building includes such original features as concrete walls and flooring. Noted as one of the state’s largest buildings, Midtown Exchange is joined by a collection of grocers, cafes and restaurants in the space. It enjoys a short walk to public transportation, plus a nearby bike path and a pet-friendly atmosphere.

2615 Park Ave

Meanwhile, the more than 100 residential units of 2615 Park Avenue range from studio and efficiency designs to one- and two-bedroom floor plans. This coop includes a number of different layouts, complimented by the building’s heated parking garage, workout facilities, a clubroom and a guest suite.

In addition, condos for sale at 2615 Park Ave are also close to public transportation and includes laundry facilities, all while remaining not far from some of the area’s largest employers. Constructed around 1930, the art-deco building features units with hardwood flooring and custom detail, much of it original to the building.

1801 Elliot Ave

Finally, a trio of more than century-old brownstones designates the Cityview Coop. This cooperative housing community was formed when the three Victorian buildings were redesigned, then linked into one complex of 31 individual housing units in the early 1980s.

Sitting on a quiet residential street, the homes are within blocks of some of the city’s most attractive sites and destinations, surrounded by lush gardens of trees and flowers, providing for a peaceful environment close to everything.

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