Conveniently located in the Twin Cities’ Northern Suburbs
Connected. Convenient. Desirable Location.
610 West offers everything you’d want in a location. Conveniently situated within walking distance of major employers, transit options and just minutes from the interstate and downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, the community is adjacent to new retail and shopping centers that include great dining options, an LA Fitness, Cub Foods, Hy-Vee, Starbucks, a bank, salons and more. What’s more, hundreds of miles of interconnected regional trails are accessible from the neighborhood, including Rush Creek and Shingle Creek Regional Trails and the Mississippi Gateway Regional Park. Whether you’re a biker, a runner, a cross-country skier or purely a nature lover, 610 West is the perfect gateway to it all.
Shopping & Entertainment
Boasting great shops, a lively local brewery and bar scene, movie theaters, great farmers markets and new restaurants that include everything from fast-food to chef-driven dining, the North metro has it going on. Hy-Vee and Cub Foods are within walking distance of 610 West, as are Starbucks, Caribou Coffee, spas, salons and more.
Regional Employers and Commuting Made Easy
Located just off Highway 610 and Zane Avenue in the North Metro, less than two miles from the closest Metro Transit Park and Ride location, commuting for work or play is easy from 610 West. The North Metro is a regional employment hub, including Fortune 500 Companies and major regional and national employers like Boston Scientific, Land O’Lakes, United Health Group, Mosaic, Polaris Industries, General Mills and 3M. North Hennepin and Anoka-Ramsey Community Colleges and the University of Minnesota are also nearby. Living at 610 West makes these locations, as well as both downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul easy and quick commutes.
Nature and the Great Outdoors
610 West is connected to miles of paved bike and pedestrian pathways. Just steps from the front door, the Rush Creek Regional Trail seamlessly connects residents to the Mississippi River to the East and the Elm Creek Park Reserve to the West. From there, hop on miles of connected pathways that run along the Mississippi River Valley and throughout the Three River’s Park District. What’s more, local parks offer year-round activities – from hockey rinks to basketball and tennis courts to boating and free music concerts. World-class golf can be found just minutes away at Edinburgh Golf Course.