Description of Minneapolis
Minneapolis is first in the nation in literacy and second in per capita theaters. It is also known for its Orchestra, Mall of America, Art Museums, and the Sculpture Garden with the Cherry Spoon near Loring Park and the Walker Art Center.
Minneapolis is on the Mississippi River where you will find riverboats to ride on and by its banks, interesting walks. Minneapolis is also home to professional sports teams and many restaurants and bars with musical entertainment.
Description Of St. Anthony Main Neighborhood
A short walk from Downtown across the Hennepin Bridge or a slightly longer walk from the University of Minnesota, St. Anthony Main, the original part of the city of Minneapolis, combines old and new into a lively neighborhood. Smart, new, punk, straight and gay clubs on the one hand, and old polka music, on the other, provide nightlife choices in the vicinity of St. Anthony Main.
Description of St. Anthony Main Block
The Phoenix Condominiums are Located on riverbank of the three bridges that cross the Mississippi River from the riverfront area of downtown Minneapolis to St. Anthony Main are (west to east) the Hennepin, Third Avenue, and Stone Arch Bridges. A heritage trail & wild park area lies on the St. Anthony Main side of the Stone Arch Bridge. It winds westward and runs into the dining/movie area which includes Pracna-on-Main. Modern pavement features bronze sculptures on the walkway on the Minneapolis downtown side of the bridges, from the Hennepin Avenue Bridge to the Stone Arch Bridge.
St. Anthony Main from the riverfront up Central and Hennepin Avenues to their intersection are places to shop or hang out. There lots of restaurants/bars/coffee shops, like Vic's restaurant, Tugg's Bar & Grill, & Aster Cafe, but also boutiques, a used clothing store, liquor store and Eastern European shops along Hennepin Avenue. There's also an antique store just off Hennepin, the Aveda (hair) Institute on Central, & the St. Anthony Main movie theater.
Sophisticated. Elegant. Refined. At the birthplace of Minneapolis, a new style of living is born. History is being replaced by the future. With breathtaking views of the Mississippi River, St. Anthony Falls, and the Minneapolis skyline, Phoenix on the River provides the irresistible combination of water and style, the height of living on the riverfront. Phoenix on the River will be, quite simply, an extraordinary place to live.
Ceiling Height approx. 9 ½ ft, painted smooth sheet-rock ceiling & walls, private balconies & terraces, gas hook up to balconies or terraces per unit for grill, expansive window walls, lighting allowance per unit, carpet in bedroom areas, designed for optimum natural light, hardwood floors in living areas, ceramic tile floors & washer/dryer hook ups in laundry rooms, high profile 5¼ inch base boards, 8 foot solid core wood doors & frames throughout unit, & individually controlled air conditioning & hot water.
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This building or project has an excellent location with many desired amenities