Discover Downtown St. Paul

Several studies have shown that downtown areas, especially those in the Midwest, are becoming increasingly attractive places to live and downtown St. Paul is no different, having experienced something of a population boom in recent years. The Metropolitan Council projects its population may surpass 14,000 by 2020, an impressive number considering 6,600 people lived there in 2010. Very generally speaking, there are three parts of Downtown: The area around Rice Park, which includes City Hall and the Old Federal Courts Building (now the Landmark Center); the traditional retail district, which is centered on Wabasha Street and includes office buildings such as Wells Fargo Place; and the area east of Robert Street, the historic home to much of the city’s business and commerce. There are dining and entertainment options abound, including but not limited to, the Xcel Energy Center (home of the Minnesota Wild hockey team), the Roy Wilkins Auditorium, the Ordway Center for Performing Arts, and the Minnesota Children’s Museum.

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