My Family and I are Thinking About Moving to the Area
If you're thinking about move to the Twin Cities, we'd be happy to have you. A great place to start beginning your plan to move here would be the relocation guide. Inside, you'll find resources on healthcare, education options, the business community and more.
But if you want something more focused, some of our favorite neighborhoods include:
•Lowertown in St. Paul
•Cathedral Hill in St. Paul
•North Loop in Minneapolis
•Uptown in Minneapolis
•Grand Avenue in St. Paul
•Linden Hills in Minneapolis
•St. Louis Park
Each of these areas boast a myriad of things to do and see, from award-winning restaurants to parks and green spaces that make it easy to get out and explore.
For restaurant recommendations, it's tough to go wrong here. “Eat Street” in Minneapolis has been affectionately named for all the delicious eateries lining it—Pimento Jamaican Kitchen, My Huong Kitchen and Icehouse, just to name a few. For a complete guide, head over to our restaurant page for more options.
For schools, the Minnesota Department of Education has a fantastic website that allows you to look at statistics from every school district in the state. Some of these stats include student/teacher ratio, graduation rate and proficiency scores in reading, math and science to get you started.
If you'd like even more information, you can always purchase one of our many guides for an in-depth look.
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