• Mill District Real Estate

    Adventure awaits Saturday mornings at the Mill City Farmers market

  • About the Mill District

    Not too long ago, this neighborhood in Minneapolis was home to endless mills and warehouses, nicknamed the Milling Capital of the World. In the 70s and 80s the area fell to urban decay. Since the early 2000s a renaissance has taken place giving way to a steady stream of development.

     

    We created this website to give you a taste of the lifestyle, if you would like to learn more about Buying or Selling in this exciting area reach out to us anytime!

     

    Ben Ganje, Realtor®

    Lakes Sothebys International Realty

     

  • About Ben Ganje + Partners

    LAKES SOTHEBYS INTERNATIONAL REALTY

    Josh Neumann

    Urban Real Estate Agent

    Resident of the Stonebridge Lofts in the Mill District and partner with Ben Ganje. Josh brings a wealth of knowledge to anyone looking to Buy or Sell within the condo market.

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    Erin Habedank

    Urban Real Estate Agent

    For years Erin Habedank has focused her real estate career in the urban real estate markets of Minneapolis working with our Buyer clients throughout the buying process.

     

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    Ben Ganje

    Urban Real Estate Agent

    Ben Ganje is a seasoned real estate agent in the Minneapolis market having worked with a number of developers and builders, in addition to Buyers and Sellers looking to gain insight in the markets.

     

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    Lauren Hedelson

    Executive Assistant/REALTOR

    Lauren supports the staff of Ben Ganje + Partners in the day to day activities of the brokerage and client services. Her attention to detail and passion for real estate are evident with every interaction.

     

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  • Sharp metrics on the neighborhood

    12

    Owner occupied condominium buildings

    $575

    Average price per foot

    1878 

    Age of the North Star Blankets building

    39 stories 

    The (Carlyle) tallest tower

    $574,00

    Average sales price

    1156

    Residents (2010 Census)

  • The Power of a Brand...

    Its clear that for 271 years, the Sothebys brand has been synonymous with luxury and trust. The name alone opens the most prestigious of doors, connecting affluent sellers with buyers worldwide. We promise you an incomparable condo selling or buying experience. As our client, the power of our brand is yours.

  • Mill District condo directory

    Tour every condo building in the Mill District and view available inventory.

    The Carlyle 

    Art Deco Inspired Luxury Highrise

    This is the book end of the Mill District, a classy high-rise nearly 40 stories tall.

     

    View Carlyle Inventory

    Park Ave Lofts 

    Modern, boutique style living

    Designed by Julie Snow Architects, Park Ave Lofts were meant to embody minimal loft living. A dynamic array of walk out, rowhouse layouts, traditional single level and multi level units.

     

    View Park Ave Lofts Inventory

    Whitney Lofts

    A historic hotel transformed into lofts

    Known throughout the city as the old Whitney Hotel of the 1980s, this structure was re-tooled and sold as lofts in the mid to late 2000s.

     

    View Whitney Lofts Inventory

    Metropolitan Lofts 

    Townhomes on the corner 

    This small batch of town homes flank the parking lot for an adjacent office building. Set in the middle of the Mill District.

     

    View Metropolitan Lofts Inventory

    North Star Lofts 

    The building that started the hood

    In the late 1990s a visionary developer took a chance on a spate of warehouses on the edge of the Mississippi. North Star Lofts was the first and ultimately the icon that started the resurgence of the neighborhood.

     

    View North Star Lofts Inventory

    Stone Arch Lofts

    Refined loft living

    This is the second building along South 2nd Street that jump started the Mill District. Built in 2000, this building is often lost among the historic warehouses that dot this stretch of the riverfront.

     

    View Stone Arch Lofts Inventory

    Washburn Lofts

    At the top of the market

      Some of the priciest real estate is situated within this building.  A fire that ate away at the timber structure in 1991 was a catalyst to transform this remarkable building.

     

    View Washburn Lofts Inventory 

    Humboldt Lofts

    Minimal urban living

    The first building in the Mill District designed by Julie Snow Architects. Its minimalism is visible from all angle of the neighborhood and across the river in Northeast.

     

    View Humboldt Lofts Inventory

    Zenith Condos

    Boutique contemporary condos

    A departure from the modern, minimal feel of Humboldt Lofts. Designed by ESG Architects, Zenith is another example of contemporary condos in the Mill District

     

    View Zenith Inventory

    Bridgewater Lofts

    The largest condo complex in the hood

    At 281 units, this is the behemoth of the buildings in the Mill District. The size gives way to extraordinarily low homeowners association dues and plenty of amenities.

     

    View Bridgewater Lofts Inventory

    Stonebridge Lofts 

    The latest and greatest condo building 

      Shamrock development has built more condos downtown for the past 20 years.  Stonebridge is the most recent condo building completed.

     

    View Stonebridge Inventory

  • Real Estate Market Leaders

    For over a decade, Ben Ganje + Partners have focused their real estate practice in the urban markets of Minneapolis, working closely with Buyers and Sellers alike. Leverage their insight and experience today!

    Ben Ganje + Partners

    LAKES SOTHEBYS INTERNATIONAL REALTY

  • Powerful Maps Right Here

    Plenty of our clients want to get some perspective, we created a handful of maps which parse out neighborhoods and condo buildings. These maps contain embedded links that take you to available properties for sale.

  • Where is the Mill District?

    Tucked along the riverfront in downtown Minneapolis, the loose boundaries of the Mill District run between 3rd Ave S down Washington Ave to 13th Ave S to the edge of the riverfront.

  • Uniting extraordinary properties with extraordinary lives

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