Lowertown St. Paul – An artistic hub and home of the St. Paul Farmers Market

When you enter Lowertown, St. Paul, you’ll see remnants of construction sites. Typically, this is bothersome for residents. For residents of Lowertown however, the construction cones represent consistent improvements to the St. Paul neighborhood, big projects being finished.

Redevelopment has been a focus for this neighborhood committed to preserving its history and maintaining the artistic culture it’s so well known for. Residents of Lowertown are proud to be residents of Lowertown. There is a great sense of community and culture.

Known as an artistic hub, complete with two major art crawls in the Spring and Fall, this neighborhood really does emanate art. The great St. Paul Saints stadium, redesigned just this year, is surrounded by art installations from local artists. Even the real estate has an artistic touch.

CHS Field - St. Paul Saints Stadium

CHS Field

The Lowertown St. Paul area is full of open-space lofts and creative condos. Some of the historic warehouse buildings have been converted into amazing residential housing. There is a wide range of availability and pricing in this area, but the current average listing price is $184,900. Contact Buyers Real Estate Group if you’d like to take a look in this neighborhood or want to find the perfect community for you.

One resident says “We work hard together to maintain the energy and culture that exists today. I’ve lived here 14 years, and to witness the changes, all positive, has been awesome. The sense of community is amazing.” That energy he speaks of is apparent when strolling through this neighborhood on a Sunday morning. At the heart and center of Lowertown is the St. Paul Farmers Market, a great draw including everything from delicious baked goods, to fresh produce, to live music!

St. Paul Farmers Market

St. Paul Farmers Market

If you’re looking for some inspiration, whether it be for your art, work, or life, Lowertown is a great area. There’s something to be discovered at every turn.

This entry was posted in Minnesota Community Profiles, Twin Cities Area, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.