Listing Overview

City
Minneapolis
Neighborhood
Uptown
Property Type
Condo
Rental Arrangement
Run of The House
Bedrooms
1
Bathrooms
1
Beds
3
Sleeps
4

Availability

Available From
2018-01-26
Through
2018-02-05
Check In
03:00 pm
Check Out
01:00 pm

Listing Description

This modern/contemporary condo is located on the top floor, back corner in one the best locations in the all of Minneapolis. The condo features hardwood floors and tile throughout, exposed brick in the living room, updated kitchen, updated bathroom, new triple pained windows and a walk-in closet in the bedroom. There is one queen bed, day bed and a futon located in the living room.

The condo has one free garage space, free utilities such as dish tv, fiber internet, electricity, water, garbage and laundry in the building.

The condo will be available for $20,000 for all 10 nights, can be rented for shorter than a 10 day period as well, contact for details. The condo can be available for days even weeks before or after the super bowl if interested. Please inquire for price and availability.

The condo is located about 3.5 miles or a short Uber or Lyft ride away from US Bank stadium. This Super Bowl Rental is available for a maximum of 10 nights and minimum of 7.

Additional Listing Details

    Amenities

  • Free Parking
  • Washer/Dryer

    Features

  • Baseboard heat
  • Cable TV
  • DVD
  • Effiecency Style Kitchen
  • Internet
  • Pillows
  • Sheets
  • Towels
  • TV
  • Wireless Internet

    Extras

  • Good for Couples
  • No Pets
  • Non-Smoking
What you can expect in this neighborhood
Uptown is a popular commercial district in southwestern Minneapolis, Minnesota, centered at the Uptown Theater (the former Lagoon) at the intersection of Hennepin Avenue and Lagoon Avenue. Uptown has proven to be a popular destination for those seeking retail, nightlife, and cultural events, and the district was famously written about by recording artist Prince. The Lakes Area of Lake Calhoun. Lake Harriet, and Lake of the Isles became popular in the 1880s as vacation cottages, hotels, and boating recreation became available by streetcar. As Minneapolis expanded south, housing construction boomed through the 1920s. A commercial district began forming just east of the Lakes Area. At the intersection of Hennepin Avenue and Lagoon Avenue, the Lagoon Theatre was built, a multi-function vaudeville theater. When the Lagoon burnt down in 1939, owners sought to rebuild and the business community took the opportunity to rebrand the area. Following the success of Chicago’s Uptown District, the Minneapolis Tribune announced the new Uptown District of Minneapolis centered on the newly renamed Uptown Theatre. Uptown is a mix of various cultural strains and is considered an area to live and shop. Uptown’s more than 20 bars within a three-block radius draw people from across the metro area to revel in the district. Uptown seems to draw a “slightly older and ‘more sophisticated’” clientele compared to the Warehouse District. People visit and live in Uptown because it is an eclectic, vibrant, business, entertainment, and constantly changing area. Restaurants, large and small, thrive in Uptown, along with movie theaters, professional offices, retail stores, coffee shops and home to more than 30,000 residents.
Information about area transportation
Public Transit, Uber, Lyft.
How much will you see the owner?
I will show you the place, give you the keys and be around if you need anything. I will not be living there while it is rented.
Rental Terms
Minimum of 7 nights. 50% deposit due when rental lease is signed. The other 50% is required by January 19th, 2018. No Pets. No Smoking.
Video
https://furnisheduptowncondo.com
$1,200.00
per night
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