Minneapolis Condos On The Light Rail Line
If you’ve longed to own a beautiful Minneapolis condo in the heart of the downtown, there’s no better place to realize your dream than along a light rail line. There are now more than 35 condo developments on light rail corridors in the metro area, offering residents an attractive array of work, shopping and cultural and recreational options that don’t require car ownership.
Minneapolis Light Rail
The 12-mile Metro Blue Line offers fast, quiet light rail service to 19 stations between downtown Minneapolis, the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, and Mall of America, and it shares downtown Minneapolis stations with the new 11-mile Green Line, opened in June 2014, which runs from Target Field to downtown St. Paul and the University of Minnesota.
But you wouldn’t be confined to destinations within the light rail corridors. Metro Transit has timed its bus routes to coincide with light rail station times, further expanding your range of mass transit movement. There are also free bicycle racks on all Metro trains and buses, so you can pedal part of the way and ride the rest.
Minneapolis Condos Near Light Rail
Condo developments along the Twin Cities’ light rail lines vary widely in character, price and amenities. Here’s a small sampling of what we can help you choose from:
Bridgewater Lofts, 215 10th Ave., Minneapolis – Although not a true loft, the Bridgewater Lofts units’ 10 foot ceilings, open kitchens, hardwood floors and large windows give it a loft-like feel. Built in 2007, floorplans range from 1,055 to 4,043 square feet, offer a combination of 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom units, and have their own balconies.
Amenities: lobby, 3,372-square-foot community room with full kitchen and game tables, rooftop pool and hot tub, rooftop patio and workout room.
Six Quebec Condos, 601 Marquette Ave., Minneapolis – The six-story loft conversion, Six Quebec Condos, is connected to the skyway system and offers 1- and 2-bedroom units. Vaulted ceiling, exposed concrete and ductwork give a chic industrial feel. Many units have patios with awesome urban views.
Amenities: 400-square-foot lobby shared with Crown Bank. Secured entry for residents.
Bookmen Stacks, 345 N. 6th Ave., Minneapolis – The modern 9-story glass and zinc structure that is Bookmen Stacks sits next to Twins Stadium. Units are 1- and 2-bedroom with huge windows, open floor plans and distressed concrete floors.
Amenities: lobby, rooftop deck with fireplace and lounge seating, workout room, top floor community room with kitchen.
710 Lofts, 710 4th St., Minneapolis – This modern four-story development is very close to Target Field and in the heart of the downtown entertainment district. One- and 2-bedroom at 710 Lofts were built in 2004 to replicate a loft conversion, with poured concrete flooring, open interiors and exposed elements.
Amenities: Heated indoor parking.
Harvester Lofts, 618 Washington Ave. N., Minneapolis – This loft conversion is housed in the historic six-story brick International Harvester Warehouse. The Harvester Lofts situated near an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and coffeehouses, just a couple blocks from the Mississippi riverfront and its trails and parks.
Amenities: Lobby contains a water feature, seating and mailbox access.
If you're interested in a Minneapolis home close to transit the Kris Lindahl Team can provide a complete list of relevant properties for sale and arrange showings. Contact us today.
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