The Lowertown neighborhood of St. Paul, which is on the edge of Downtown and sits on the northern bank of the Mississippi River, occupies a historically important page from the city’s history, thanks in part to the fact it once served as the first port of access to the Twin Cities. A number of banking, distribution, railroad and warehouse buildings were built in the neighborhood from the late 1800s to the early 1900s, and contributed to what was the state’s largest manufacturing district. While the neighborhood no longer is the industrial hub it once was, many of those historic buildings still exist but have been revitalized and turned into art galleries, lofts and restaurants. The Lowertown neighborhood today is a haven for artists and craftsmen, and also includes the transit hub known as the Union Depot. In addition to a lively restaurant scene, Lowertown also features CHS Field, which is the home field of the St. Paul Saints baseball team, and the St. Paul Farmers Market.
Lowertown is bound on the south by the Mississippi River, the north by 7th Street East, the west by Jackson Street and the east by Highway 52.
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