Welcome to St. Louis Park
Located just five miles from Minneapolis, St. Louis Park is a quiet suburb composed of tree-lined residential streets and a bustling downtown area filled with restaurants, retail, and many family-owned businesses.
Home to 52 different community parks, this area features ample green space and is a quiet commuter respite within a few minute’s reach of some of the Twin Cities' most attractive amenities: there’s easy access to Minneapolis’ downtown theater district, universities, and major league sports.
A series of bike trails link St. Louis Park to both the downtown and uptown sections of Minneapolis, offering a multitude of options for traversing this territory.
There are both new and traditional homes in this area, a mix of single-family residences, condos, and townhomes, and the median price of St. Louis Park real estate is $342K.
What to Love
Easy access to the Minneapolis area
Home to 52 different parks and numerous bike trails
Quiet, tree-lined suburb with a bustling downtown area
People & Lifestyle
Composed of just 10.8 square miles, St. Louis Park is home to approximately 50,000 residents, but the population here is diverse, giving every neighborhood a distinct appearance and feel.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Dining and entertainment options abound in St. Louis Park. Local favorites include the Copperwing Distillery, where you can sample innovative cocktails; Bunny's Bar & Grill, a Saint Louis Park staple since 1933, where you can grab some really great pub grub seven days a week; McCoy's Public House, the go-to spot for classic American comfort food; and Mill Valley Kitchen, which utilizes local and sustainable ingredients in all of its dishes.
Things to Do
A highlight of St. Louis Park’s vast parkland is Westwood Hills Nature Reserve, a 160-acre nature park featuring prairie, forest, and marsh areas as well as trails and an educational center.
Visitors can also check out the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting, which has one of the world's most significant collections of vintage radio and television equipment in the country.
St. Louis Park is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
Aquila Elementary School, K-5
Peter Hobart Elementary School, K-5
Susan Lindgren Elementary School, K-5
Park Spanish Immersion Elementary School, K-5
St. Louis Park Middle School, 6-8
St. Louis Park High School, 9-12