Minnesota’s capital and the second most populous city in the state, St. Paul has seen a growth trend after several decades of population declines. Like the city across the river – Minneapolis – St. Paul has benefited from something of an urban revival. There’s an improved public transit network, an increasing number of new housing developments, and a vibrant cultural scene that has attracted new residents to the urban core. The city was home to 286,840 people in 2000; by 2014 that number had increased to nearly 300,000. And the growth is forecast to continue – the projected number of people living in the city in 2040 is 344,100.  

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St. Paul, which is in Ramsey County just east of Minneapolis, is primarily on the east bank of the Mississippi River and one portion of its southern border is near the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers. As such, it historically was a hub of trading and transportation. It’s been the capital of what now is Minnesota since 1849, though has been the official capital since May of 1858, when Minnesota became the 32nd state in the union. A number of major roads run through and around St. Paul, and the 11-mile Green Line light rail provides easy access to Minneapolis and points beyond. As St. Paul has become a more attractive place to live, it’s caught the eye of developers who have been busy building multifamily housing complexes. Yet despite its distinctly urban nature, the number of single-family homes permitted and built has grown each year since 2009.


Named the new Hockeytown U.S.A. in 2007 by Sports Illustrated, St. Paul is home to the Minnesota Wild hockey team. The St. Paul Saints, an independent league baseball team, also are a strong draw. Beyond sports, though, the city is a cultural and recreational hub. From the free and open to the public Como Zoo and Conservatory to the St. Paul Winter Carnival, the Minnesota Children’s Museum to the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, and parks including Battle Creek and Indian Mounds, there’s always something to do or see in St. Paul. Of course, the city also has many dining options and – as a city with a strong Irish presence – is particularly well known for its Irish pubs and music.  




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Listing information last updated on October 19th, 2019 at 4:20pm CDT.