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WAREHOUSE DISTRICT

One of Minneapolis’ oldest neighborhoods has been the patient of a serious facelift, and has had new life breathed into it over the past handful of years.

One of Minneapolis’ oldest neighborhoods has been the patient of a serious facelift, and has had new life breathed into it over the past handful of years. Similar to the North Loop, old, beat-up warehouses have been transformed—and continue to be transformed—into high-rise, luxury condos, while others now house some of the cities’ hottest new restaurants. The “heart” of downtown can also be found here. Nightclubs and bars are about as common in these streets and avenues as snow is during a Minnesota winter. Fans can make pit stops at Cowboy Jack’s, Brothers Bar & Grill and The Loon Café before or after cheering on the Twins at home, or visit and dance their hearts out for a night out on the town.

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