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Produce Exchange #217 - 180988 180988
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The Produce Exchange Building was converted into amazing New York Style lofts. This unit has original wood floors, exposed brick, vaulted ceilings and a lofted bed with an office space underneath. Take advantage of the easy access to all the major interstates and local amenities including many restaurants, shops, downtown parks etc.. Everything that makes St. Paul great is within walking distance!
  • Price: $995
  • Terms Available: 12 months +
  • Move-In Date: 6/1/2015
  • Deposit: $995
  • Pets: Negotiable Upon Owner Approval
  • Utilities INCLUDED: Water/Sewer/Trash
  • Sq ft: 601
  • Parking: 1 assigned lot space included
  • Application Fee: $75 Per Person
  • Showings: 24 hr notice, contact listing agent for showings

  • For more information or to schedule a showing, please contact Kent Pitlick at 651-472-1101 or Kent@DRGMpls.com
    523 Jackson St. #217 - KP
    St. Paul, MN  55101 US
    Community of St Paul: $1,000 and Under
  • Original hardwoods throughout
  • Eat-in kitchen
  • Vaulted ceilings
  • Huge windows w/treatments
  • Lofted bed w/ open office underneath
  • Large living space
  • Enormous storage locker included!
  • No shared walls!
  • Large laundry room on site
  • Workout room on the same floor
  • Private off-street parking space
  • Fact Sheet:
    Listing Type: Rent
    Property Type: BiLevel
    Price: $9,000,995
    Interior Size: 601 sq. ft.
    Bedrooms: 0 room(s)
    Bathrooms: 1 room(s)
    Garage Size (# of cars): 1 off street space
    Local Area Information:
    The Produce Exchange is nicely situated in the northern neighborhood of downtown St. Paul. Embassy Suites, Cork's Pub, Key's Cafe, Black Sheep Pizza, Sawatdee and Eisenberg's Market are right out the door. All downtown businesses, shops, restaurants, and bars are within blocks. Three different parks are less than a 5 minute walk away.


    Last Updated: 5/15/2015
    Listed by Kent Pitlick of Downtown Resource Group-Mpls