NEW HOMES IN MAPLE GROVE, MN

Maple Grove, Minnesota - The Hub of the NW Metro

Located in the northwestern metro in Hennepin County, Maple Grove takes in about 35 square miles and is home today to nearly 64,500 people – 10 times more people than lived there in 1970. It contains a nice mix of residential, commercial and industrial areas, as well as nearly 3,600 acres of parks and other recreational lands where residents can find solitude amongst the hustle and bustle of modern life. Such areas also serve as a reminder of the city’s history, named as it was for the expansive stands of maple trees – and the resulting maple syrup – that grew there.

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Maple Grove has plenty of room to grow...

Maple Grove isn’t the heart of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, but it almost could be. Thanks to continuous improvements to interstates 94, 494 and 694, as well as Highway 169, Maple Grove has turned into one of the most desirable and rapidly growing cities in the state, providing easy access to just about anywhere. At the same time, its growth has been methodical and well planned, and it retains a small-town feel while being one of the largest cities in the state. Maple Grove’s residents are never far from the tranquility of the country and all the amenities of a big city, which is among the reasons it ranked No. 2 in Money magazine’s best places to live in 2014.

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Despite its growth, nearly one-quarter of the land within the city is undeveloped or agricultural in nature. There’s also a large gravel mining area that’s been in use for nearly a century, but that slowly has been developed for commercial and residential uses. The city offers its residents a wide variety of housing options, and in recent years new multifamily developments have outpaced those of detached single-family homes and townhomes. There was a building boom in Maple Grove in 2000, when more than 1,400 housing units were permitted, but housing development in both 2013 and 2014 was higher than in any year since the early 2000s. Many new housing developments that include single-family homes are under way as well. Residential development is occurring throughout the city, but particularly so around the junction of interstates 94, 494 and 694.

That also happens to be where some of most notable downtown areas in Maple Grove – and the Twin Cities area in general – are located. Maple Grove in some ways has two downtown areas – Main Street and the Shoppes and Fountains at Arbor Lakes (though they’re all included under the Arbor Lakes title) – even though they’re in close proximity to one another. Both are almost like cities unto themselves, and offer wide sidewalks, charming storefronts, an abundance of restaurants, and shopping at stores ranging from local specialties to big-box and upscale options. Arbor Lakes, though, feels more like a vibrant, outdoor mall that could be a city by itself. In all, Arbor Lakes includes more than 220 businesses, from specialty stores to national chains, hotels to spas, banks to medical facilities. Another of Maple Grove’s recent developments is called The Grove and includes North Memorial/Fairview hospital as well large stores such as Home Depot and Super Target. Like Arbor Lakes, The Grove is designed to be pedestrian-friendly.


If walking on sidewalks through shopping areas isn’t your thing, Maple Grove also includes more than 55 miles of trails that wind through the woods and around the city’s lakes. The 15-acre Maple Grove Arboretum, located along Elm Creek, also offers outdoor options, and includes trails that lead to Rice Lake and the Medicine Lake Regional Trail. The Maple Grove Community Center provides year-round recreation options, including pools and playgrounds, as well as the Maple Grove Farmers Market.

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Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2017 at 6:20am CDT.