TALE OF TWO CITIES
Built around the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers, the Minneapolis and St. Paul metropolitan area is commonly known as the Twin Cities. Both cities boast of amazing skylines, beautiful parks, lakes, all-season festivals, universities, transportation, culture, and entertainment. We are home to teams in all four of the major sports and the new U.S. Bank Stadium; which is the location of Super Bowl LII in February 2018.
No true rivalry exists between the cities, and each offers their own benefits to residents. Minneapolis is known for its sky scrapers and eclectic communities; while St. Paul’s architecture and charming neighborhoods set it apart from other metro areas. Rich in history, St. Paul is also the capital city of Minnesota.
At Home Apartments and the Twin Cities go well together. Beautiful apartments and townhomes near lakes, parks, and schools means you will find everything your looking for near everything you’re hoping for. With over 50 addresses available in the metro area you can choose from a classic turn-of-the-century brownstone apartment on Grand Avenue, a flat in Uptown or near Lake Calhoun, a top floor penthouse overlooking the Mississippi River, a townhome in a park-filled suburb, an amazing view from 10 stories high, or lakeside luxury.
CULTURE | MINNEAPOLIS
The University of Minnesota’s main campus is in the heart of Minneapolis and brings over 50,000 students into the city. The vibrant culture of Minneapolis does not end at the borders of the city. The adjoining suburbs offer distinct city flair all their own. The largest dinner theatre in the nation produces Broadway-comparable performances in Chanhassen. The city of Bloomington is the home of Mall of America. Many cities host farmer’s markets and their own unique annual festivals.
HISTORIC | SAINT PAUL
Known for its abundance of Late-Victorian architecture, St. Paul is both historic and modern. Each winter the city comes to life hosting events like the Winter Carnival and Crashed Ice Contest. Residents of St. Paul enjoy its charming neighborhoods and close proximity to museums, live music venues, and delicious dining establishments. The list of St. Paul’s numerous higher education options includes: The University of St. Thomas, Macalester College, Hamline University, Concordia, St. Catherine’s, Bethel, and William Mitchell College of Law.
Unparalleled variety! The metro apartment living options are not limited to location or lifestyle. Choose an apartment in Uptown or in the nearby Lake Calhoun neighborhood. You can live 20 minutes from downtown Minneapolis or in the heart of the city. We are proud to offer At Home apartments and/or townhomes in Minneapolis, Plymouth, St. Louis Park, Minnetonka, Richmond, and Shakopee. If historical charm is your style, select from our variety of brownstone apartments in Cathedral Hill or Crocus Hill in Saint Paul. Perhaps the grand life is calling you to live on Grand Avenue or near a university in the capital city. Our St. Paul residences include the suburbs of White Bear Lake, Mendota Heights, Roseville, Woodbury, Eagan, Apple Valley, and Rosemount.
St. Paul has more Mississippi River shoreline than any other city.
St. Paul is home to Summit Avenue, the country’s longest preserved avenue of Victorian houses and buildings.
Minneapolis has the highest number of golfers per capita in the nation.
Minneapolis is home to more than 22 of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes.
The greater Twin Cities area has one of the highest concentrations of Fortune 500 Companies in the country.
With 11 acres of more than 40 permanent art installations, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is the largest urban sculpture garden in the country.
In 2014 Minneapolis was named the nation’s third most cycling-friendly urban area, ranking just below Chicago and New York.
With 5,000 acres of park, Minneapolis is ranked as having the best parks in the country.
LIVE IN SAINT PAUL
1522 Grand Ave
222 Otis Avenue
Brownstone on Grand
Historic Grand Apts
St. Albans Flats
Summit Terrace Flats