SAINT PAUL, MN — Have a lower price point, but still looking to buy a house nearby? . A tour of the latest foreclosed homes in the Saint Paul area could be a great starting point! Here's a handy list of three new foreclosures on the market near you — many of them surprisingly affordable for their size and location. Below, you'll find an address, photo, price and size for each property on our list — including one in the West Saint Paul area with 3 beds and 2 baths for $199,000, and another with 3 beds and 2 baths for $129,900. Want more pics and details? Just click on any address to learn more. Happy house hunting! 1. 1087 Minnehaha Ave E, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55106 Price: $159,900Size: 1,298 sq. ft., 4 beds, and 2 baths 2. 365 Butler Ave W, West Saint Paul, Minnesota 55118 Price: $199,000Size: 1,837 sq. ft, 3 beds, and 2 baths 3. 1023 Topping St, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55103 Price: $129,900Size: 1,080 sq. ft., 3 beds, and 2 baths Want more options? Keep scrolling for … [Read more...] about 3 New Houses Foreclosed In The Saint Paul Area
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UGH! That's bound to be your instant reaction when you see the word "airport," especially if you're a person who has endured today's long lines, pat-downs, baggage fees, surly workers, crowded gate areas, dirty restrooms, weak WiFi, flights delayed, flights cancelled, garbled announcements, bad food at high prices, and annoying monitors booming cable news. Not to mention confusing fares, packed planes, cramped cabins, smelly seatmates, testy flight attendants, disgusting seat-back trays, bumpy flights, late landings, dragged-out deplaning, missed connections, baggage delays, lost luggage, and aggravatingly long bus rides to your parked car. Ugh, indeed. Think you've had it worse than most air travelers? Find out how your local airport stacks up against others across the U.S. when it comes to ticket prices, on-time arrivals and departures, and more. Average Air Fares from Hopkins According to the government's Bureau of Transportation Statistics, people flying out of Minneapolis-St Paul … [Read more...] about How Does Hopkins Stack Up for Air Fares, On-Time Flights?
A Silicon Valley mayor said the housing situation in his city is "not dire," but local housing activists disagree. In his State of the City address last week Cupertino Mayor Darcy Paul acknowledged his city, home to the sprawling Apple Inc. headquarters, "should be focused a bit more on housing at this point" but "the circumstances are not dire." (You can watch the entire address here. Paul addresses housing around the 20-minute mark.) "We have good options," he continued. "But certainly the time to act would be at this point." Leslye Corsiglia, executive director of housing rights organization Silicon Valley at Home, said Paul's statement is "out of sync with leaders from throughout the Bay Area — really from throughout the entire state — who acknowledge the depth of the housing crisis and its impact on our residents." Corsiglia cited plans in neighboring cities, including Palo Alto and Mountain View, to increase housing, with an emphasis on affordability. "It is … [Read more...] about Mayor of Cupertino, home of Apple, says housing situation ‘not dire,’ critics disagree
About a dozen artists facing eviction from their homes in a Mid-Market Street building would be able to stay under a tentative agreement that would have the city fund the purchase of the 15 units, which would be transferred to a nonprofit and made permanently affordable. In a complicated deal that involved the settlement of more than half a dozen separate lawsuits, the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing has agreed to finance the purchase of the loft units at 1049 Market St. for $2.4 million. The agreement, which must be approved by the Board of Supervisors, would convert the building’s second floor into legal, below-market-rate residential units, while allowing the property owner to lease the rest of the seven-story, 56,000-square-foot structure to commercial tenants. The 15 units will be transferred from the city to the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, which would manage the property. The city is funding the acquisition through its small sites program, which provides city … [Read more...] about Artists in SF Mid-Market eviction dispute would get to stay under city agreement
The biggest Whole Foods in San Francisco — a 55,000-square-foot store to be located at Market and Eighth streets — is expected to become the hub of a neighborhood that has seen an explosion of new housing and tech offices but lacks the conveniences and amenities of an established neighborhood. The store will open in 2021 during the fourth and final phase of Trinity Place, a 1,900-unit, four-building rental complex that has been under construction for a decade. The location will be the closest full-service grocery store for tens of thousands of residents — not only in Mid-Market but also the Tenderloin, Civic Center and western SoMa. Trinity Place, which replaced the old Del Webb’s Towne House Motel, has been under construction since 2008. So far, it consists of 1,398 units spread across three buildings, two on Mission Street and one on Eighth Street. Trinity Properties started construction on the final 503-unit tower last fall. In addition to the Whole Foods, … [Read more...] about San Francisco’s massive new Whole Foods set to transform Mid-Market