Lost in the Twin Cities?
A residential section of a city: neighborhood, defined by Webster.
Webster’s definition of “neighborhood” seems pretty spot-on when describing the distinct pockets of community found throughout the Twin Cities. However, to most accurately describe these neighborhoods, it might read more like this:
Twin Cities Neighborhoods: they are vibrant and an energetic collection of places, spaces and people that ranges from eclectic and trendy to historical and upscale to diverse and artistic.
Relocating to a new city, state, or country can be over-whelming. Jane Paulus, certified relocation specialist, will take away any feelings of being lost and help you navigate new neighborhoods that you might like to call home. She can take into consideration:
- Job location
- Dog friendly places to live or take pets to play
- Walkability scores
- Public transportation
- Entertainment and eateries
- Places of worship
- Future resale
- Bike trails, jogging and walking trails, recreation
- Single family, townhouse, condo, manor home, zero lot line, 55+ ,rural
- Personal likes and dislikes
Minneapolis and St. Paul are metropolitan cities that feel like small towns. There are many Fortune 500 Companies, professional sports teams, colleges, professional theaters, top restaurants with chefs that have won the James Beard Award, museums, small neighborhood eateries and pubs, zoos, fairs, art shows and so much more.
We have a saying: “People who move here cry twice. Once when they find out they are coming to the Twin Cities and then when they find out they are moving away.”
You are welcome here and Jane Paulus will help you find where you will be living.