Make the Connection.

A new neighborhood hub on the Minneapolis LRT Blue Line. It's time to build smarter choices in Twin Cities urban living.

Phase 1

 

 

New apartments, Retail, and Office Space.
Leasing Early 2018. Learn More.

Phase 2

Two buildings create new neighborhood energy through a fresh take on transportation, charming public spaces, retail, and residential living.

 

Coming 2018

Phase 3

A right-sized multi-use building serving the neighborhood with residential, shops, and new parking options.

 

Coming 2018

Phase 4

In the Future.

More than just new housing and retail, 38th Street Station brings beautiful design into new public spaces.

  • New public plazas
  • Pedestrian streets
  • New bus turn around
  • Tree-lined sidewalks
  • Safe intersections

Housing

Over 300 new apartment homes right on the Light Rail Transit system. Flexible living spaces designed by an award-winning team with awesome options right outside your door.

Work and Shop

25,000 sq. ft. of street-level retail and office space artfully distributed between four buildings. Grab a bite at a made-local restaurant, sit in on a yoga class, and possibly work right around the corner. For commercial inquiries.

Do Life

38th Street Station brings space to the public. Two new plazas with water features, a rainwater-fed courtyard, a bicycle storage building, and pedestrian-only streets. It’s a neighborhood hub around which life can engage and revolve.

A well-centered neighborhood.

Ericcson neighborhood Redfin hottest neighborhoodThe Ericsson-Standish neighborhood is earning nationwide recognition for great living, transportation, and development opportunities. With smart future development, the area can be the model for the next generation Minneapolis community.

38th Street Station puts most of the Twin Cities within a 5-mile radius. Downtown Minneapolis, the Lakes Area, the Mississippi and the hundreds of stores, shops and businesses in between are within easy reach. A quarter mile (5 minute walk) from the light rail station brings residents and visitors to neighborhood services, schools, churches, and dozens of live-work-play options.