Planners love to talk about creating new urban residential neighborhoods out of old industrial districts, but fact is, most planner talk remains talk. Wacouta Commons beat those long odds. This six-block area defined by E. 7th and 10th streets, Temperance and Wacouta was part of an arts-related district prosaically designated by the city as the Northeast Quadrant (reflecting its location on the northeast corner of Downtown).
In the late-1990s, this part of the Quadrant was mostly populated by a scattering of obsolete, early 20th century warehouses and surface parking lots—not an attractive setting for housing despite a super-convenient location, just uphill from Lowertown and an easy walk into Downtown as well as to the thousands of state jobs around the Capitol.
Beautiful 1 Bed, 1 Bath Condo With Open Floor Plan And 10ft Ceilings In The Dakota Building Downtown St. Paul. Heated And Secure Garage And Parking Space, Washer And Dryer In Unit And A Fantastic Location On The 3rd Floor. Walk To Light Rail, Fin...
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