Roseville Minnesota Real Estate Offered by Coldwell Banker
Bordering both and, Roseville is an energetic city known for its excellent business climate, its safe neighborhoods, its outstanding parks and its excellent schools.
The city is one of the Twin Cities’ smaller suburbs, at just over 10 total square miles, but it nonetheless has a vibrant economy. Roseville was the of the first Target store in the United States, home of the first Best Buy in the United States, home of the first Barnes & Noble outside New York City, home of the first McDonald’s and first Dairy Queen restaurant in Minnesota, and more.
But there’s much more to’s economy than its history – today the city is to two large shopping malls: the Rosedale Center and the Har Mar Mall. Per capita retail spending is some of the highest in the state of Minnesota. The city is also to the most restaurants per capita in the Twin Cities, making it a great place for those who love eating out to buy a.
Roseville Minnesota Real Estate For Sale
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Today, the city’s great location between and and its exceptionally low property taxes (amongst the lowest in the entire Twin Cities) continue to attract businesses and homeowners. The city is to Fantasy Flight Games, a major board game publisher, as well as Old Dutch Foods, the Minnesota Department of Transportation, the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota State Lottery. This, in combination with its many, many small businesses – including its many restaurants – combine to give an entrepreneurial atmosphere and make it a great place to find a job and buy a.
Of course, there’s a lot more to than its great and many businesses. The city is also to a number of parks and recreational outlets. The city is to a number of lakes that provide an outlet for summer recreation of all sorts. In the winter, lakes and ponds are converted into ice skating rinks, in addition to the city’s other ice skating structures, providing year round recreation for the whole family. The city is to a number of parks, as well, such as the Central Park and the Longton Lake Park. Roseville continues to develop its park system and recreational outlets. The city features many miles of trails through the city’s ponds and lakes for running and biking, giving homeowners another recreational opportunity in addition to its summer lakes and winter ice rinks.