- Six Quebec Condos
- MLS® #: 5706436
- 601 Marquette Avenue 701
- Minneapolis, MN 55402
- 2 Bed, 3 Bath, 3,781 SqFt
- Office: Prudden & Company
As the center of the Midwest's northernmost metropolis, downtown Minneapolis is an important area for culture, government, medicine, business, shopping, entertainment and education. It's also among the fastest growing urban centers in the country.
It covers a rather large geographical area, with the center and most developed areas right around the exits for the I-94 and I-394 highway junction. The Mississippi River forms part of the northern border, along with Plymouth Avenue. The Plymouth Avenue bridge leads over to St. Anthony West, and then eventually to the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. I-94 runs along the west border of the neighborhood. Franklin Avenue and I-35W are the limits to the south and east. This highway network, combined with major regional and city rail lines, makes Central Minneapolis an important crossroads for travel throughout the Midwest. (read more about living in Downtown Minneapolis)
Below you'll find all the currently available condos for sale in Downtown Minneapolis, sorted by price. If you'd like more information about buying or selling a Downtown Minneapolis<strong > condo, or if you just have questions about the real estate market there please give us a call at (612) 712-6399.
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$100,000 - $200,000|
|$200,000 - $300,000||$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000|
|$500,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000|
|$800,000 - $900,000||Over $1,000,000|
In the Loring Park and Stevens Square area in the southwest corner, there's a major green space and arts center around Loring Pond. There are a number of other amenities in this area, including the convention center, the orchestra and a number of institutes of higher learning. Downtown also has two major stadiums: Target Field near the exits for I-394 and I-94, and the U.S. Bank Stadium between 4th and 6th streets near the junction of I-35W and I-94. City Hall, along with many of the city's other government offices, are right at the intersection of 4th Street and 4th Avenue. Due to the Mississippi River, there's also plenty of natural recreation right in the neighborhood. Additionally, the waterfront is lined with shops, parks, restaurants, theaters and luxury condominium buildings.
There are a number of micro-neighborhoods in downtown Minneapolis, with everything from hip nightlife scenes to luxury shopping corridors. With that, there's also a range of housing available, from industrial style lofts to sleek new modern high rises. Find the perfect fit by contacting one of our Central Minneapolis experts today.