Brooklyn Park, located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in northeastern Hennepin County, is something of a study in contrasts. It’s the sixth-largest city in Minnesota and the second-largest suburb of Minneapolis and St. Paul, yet large tracts of land have been developed since 2000 – or remain altogether undeveloped. Hop on Interstate 94 and it takes just minutes to get to Minneapolis, or head to Eidem Farm, a 10-acre living history farm that’s within city limits but takes visitors back to a time when the land upon which the city sits was among the best in the nation for potato production.

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Compared with other suburbs, Brooklyn Park, which encompasses about 27 square miles, has experienced relatively stable growth. About 67,000 people called the city home in 2000; just more than 78,000 did in 2014. It’s estimated the city’s population will reach 98,000 by 2040. The city experienced something of a building boom in the early 2000s, and since 2012 the number of permits given out has remained relatively stable in the mid-100s. Most of the recent new construction in the city is single-family detached homes. The city is about 85 percent developed, though the next phase of growth and development is set to occur north of Highway 610. 

Listed as a “Tree City USA,” Brooklyn Park has a variety of natural resources, including the Mississippi River, which serves as the city’s eastern border. Parks and preserves comprise about 2,000 acres within the city, which also includes about 1,400 acres of undeveloped land and 1,200 acres of agricultural land. In addition to 47 miles of trails, the city includes a wide variety of recreational options, ranging from golf courses (among them is Edinburgh USA, which is one of the nation’s top public courses) to baseball and soccer fields. 

Residents rate Brooklyn Park’s friendly people as among the things they like best about the city, which has a thriving, city-supported Neighborhoods Initiative designed to strengthen the bonds among neighbors. They also enjoy its location, which affords easy access to a number of major roadways. That connection will be further enhanced in 2021, when the Blue Line Light Rail extension project is set for completion. It will link Brooklyn Park via light rail to Minneapolis, the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, and the Mall of America.



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Listing information last updated on October 19th, 2019 at 5:20pm CDT.