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Midwestern charm and urban sophistication mix beautifully in the Mill City

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  • College
  • Walkable
  • Bike-Friendly
  • Arts
  • Music
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  • Baseball
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Boasting an eclectic local culture that combines the best elements of Midwestern personality and metropolitan sophistication, Minneapolis has built a solid reputation as one of the most interesting and exciting cities in the region, and indeed the entire nation. A vibrant urban center in the land of 10,000 lakes, Minneapolis enjoys well-earned attention for its stress-free atmosphere, great bicycling trails, and culturally diverse population. The city’s robust economy has deep roots, with numerous major companies having operated corporate headquarters in the city for decades (in some cases a century or more). In spite of being a major economic hub, the city is full of surprisingly affordable apartments, condos, and rental homes.

If you live in Downtown, getting around in winter is never a problem thanks to the skyway system. Connecting on the second floors of all major downtown office and apartment buildings, the skyway system is an innovative hallway network allowing you to walk for miles without ever going outside.

The arts scene in Minneapolis is top-notch and wide-ranging. One of the city’s claims to fame is that it has more theater seats per capita than any city outside of New York, and the performing arts community in particular is as active and diverse as they come. Legendary venues like the Guthrie Theater and the First Avenue Nightclub are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to live music, and the city’s colossal network of museums (including landmarks like the Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Institute of Art) is among the best in the United States.

Located on the east bank of the Mississippi River, the University of Minnesota has one of the biggest college campuses in the world, and it is surrounded by modern apartments and old mansions – many of which were previously owned by famous Minnesota families like the Pillsbury's – that have been turned into student housing.

Explore the City

The historic Basilica of Saint Mary takes up one whole block of Hennepin Avenue

The Spoonbridge and Cherry at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

Minneapolis skyline at night

The Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota

Rent Trends

As of October 2018, the average apartment rent in Minneapolis, MN is $987 for a studio, $1,188 for one bedroom, $1,700 for two bedrooms, and $1,959 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Minneapolis has increased by 2.0% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
Studio 470 $987
1 BR 670 $1,188
2 BR 1,000 $1,700
3 BR 1,250 $1,959


71 Walk Score® Very Walkable
57 Transit Score® Good Transit
83 Bike Score® Very Bikeable

Living in Minneapolis

  • Highlights

    University of Minnesota campus, Spoonbridge and Cherry, Walker Art Center, The Guthrie, Fringe Festival, downtown skyway system, North Star Blankets sign, Target Center, Target Field, Loring Park, Nicollet Island, Stone Arch Bridge


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Minneapolis, MN Average Apartment Rent

Minneapolis apartments provide all of the culture, shopping, and nightlife you'd expect from urban living. While apartment rent varies, you can expect to pay, on average, $840 for a studio, $1,080 for a one-bedroom apartment, $1,480 for a two-bedroom apartment, and $1,600 for a three-bedroom apartment. Apartments in Minneapolis typically range from 480 square feet for a studio to 1,310 square feet for a three-bedroom unit.

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