New Homes in Savage, MN

Savage, located in Scott County on the south bank of the Minnesota River, is a testament to the impact road upgrades can have on a city. While Savage always has been a beautiful, natural-resources rich city, it wasn’t until two road upgrades – Highway 13 in the 1980s and Interstate 169 in the 1990s – occurred that the city was really put on the map, so to speak. But since then, and in part because of its proximity to Interstate 35W, which is just to its east, Savage has experienced strong growth. 

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In 1980, 3,954 people lived in Savage, which covers more than 16 square miles. By 2000, its population grew by more than five times, to 21,115, as residents could easily navigate into and out of the city. Growth continued through the 2000s, and by 2014, more than 29,000 people lived there. Population increases are expected, and by 2040 the city is forecast to have more than 41,000 residents. Savage includes a wide mix of housing types, and where once it was centered around the Minnesota River, growth has progressed in a southward manner. 

Named after Marion Willis Savage – who owned the famous racing horse Dan Patch – the city also was home to a ship building operation for the United States Navy during World War II. It also played a significant role in grain distribution from its river port, and today provides many industrial manufacturing jobs. On the flip side, its natural resources abound, and Savage include portions of the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge and much of the northern part of the Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve. In total, it includes 440 acres of parklands and about 30 miles of trails and sidewalks. More than one-third of the city’s land remains undeveloped or used for agricultural purposes. 

 Money magazine twice has named Savage among the best places in America to live, most recently in 2013 because, in part, “Savage invested nearly $5 million to create a new indoors sports center that allows families to stay active during Minnesota’s snowy months. The town also has a quaint, walkable downtown.”  

 

 

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Listing information last updated on December 15th, 2017 at 12:20am CST.