New Homes in Edina, MN

Edina is a first-ring suburb of Minneapolis that’s well known for its charming, tree-lined neighborhoods and high quality of life. It’s among the most desirable cities in the metropolitan area to live, and for good reason – the city makes a concerted effort to balance its historical roots with the needs of its residents today and into the future. But just as important is its proximity to major thoroughfares. Highways 62 and 100 pass through the city and divide it into quadrants, while highways 169 and 494 generally constitute its southern and western borders. In addition, the city’s lone high school – Edina High School – was the highest ranked school in Minnesota, according to U.S. News and World Report.

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 The city, which once was a farming and milling community, is densely populated and covers about 16 square miles. Yet it also boasts nearly 40 parks and recreational facilities, and the scenic Minnehaha Creek also flows through the city as it meanders its way to the Mississippi River. Lawns in the city tend toward the large side, and though Edina is large, there’s a feeling of connectivity due in part to its easy walkability, well-defined commercial districts, and abundant park space.

 Originally founded in the 1880s when Irish and German immigrants and settlers from New England decided to break away from Richfield Township, the city’s first development – the Morningside neighborhood on the city’s northeastern side – occurred in the early 1900s. Additional development followed as the city grew, and it experienced a population explosion in the 1950s. Between 1950 and 1960, Edina’s population grew from fewer than 10,000 people to more than 30,000. Its population reached more than 44,000 in 1970, and the most recent estimate shows about 50,000 people living in the city. In recent years, there’s been a shift to development of multifamily residences in Edina, with about 160 permitted in each of the past three years. The number of permitted single-family homes has remained consistent in the past three years, at just more than 100 per year.

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Among the reasons people choose Edina is because of its vibrant economy. In addition to being headquarters for companies such as Jerry’s Foods and Dairy Queen, it’s also home to Southdale Center, a hub of activity that at one time was the nation’s largest indoor mall and that now anchors one of Edina’s most successful retail areas. Fairview Southdale Hospital, among the city’s largest employers, is just up the road from the Southdale mall. At the same time, Edina also has shopping opportunities, such as the Galleria and the area known as 50th and France, a commercial center that includes 175 restaurants, shops and other businesses yet retains a cozy, open feel.

 The 50th and France area alone features more than 20 restaurants that provide everything from casual to fine dining, while the area around Southdale offers diners choices ranging from pub-style meals to food choices more suited to people on the go. Golf is also popular in Edina, which features two private clubs – the Edina Country Club and Interlachen Country Club – as well as a city course called Braemar that’s been named by Golf Digest as one of the top 75 city courses in the nation. The city also operates the Edina Aquatic Center, which includes an Olympic size pool, a tree-house themed playground, and a water slide tower.

 

 

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Listing information last updated on June 25th, 2017 at 10:20pm CDT.