Walkable, bikeable, liveable Northeast Minneapolis. This lively historic neighborhood is a big reason people choose to live in The Falls and Pinnacle. The Stone Arch Bridge across the Mississippi River anchors the city and raises the stroller’s spirits. At the riverside: wild green paths and bikeways. Cobblestones and sidewalk cafés.
The Falls and Pinnacle residences can be your urban retreat. Sunlight and outdoor life inspired the architecture of these towering buildings on the river. Homes feature angled walls, many windows, balconies, views of a flower-flooded courtyard. The secure buildings welcome bikes. This is a habitat treasured by its residents.
While you're home, enjoy the panorama outside your windows. Mississippi River, downtown at night. The panorama takes in the Guthrie Theatre, Mill City Museum, the new Vikings stadium, the Hennepin Avenue bridge, and the downtown skyline. Views of the Mississippi River, meandering upstream and down. Lush green of the river valley, with steeples and domes dotting the horizon. Fireworks over the river, and from the Twins stadium. Interior views of the flower-flooded courtyard.
Hidden from the street are ten thousand square feet of green space, where you can claim your own garden, or stop and smell the roses, or the brats on the gas grills. Premium fitness center, indoor pool and hot tub, yoga studio, saunas and steam room for your healthy aspirations. Business center with computers, wi-fi and a conference room, and a casual all-you-can-read library cater to the busy mind.
Walkability Index at 90 reveals this is pedestrian's paradise: short walk for groceries, restaurants, and most other errands. Stroll or hop a bus to major league sports, theater, libraries, colleges, galleries. Walk or bus to work downtown, or to the University.