Located directly northwest of Minneapolis, Brooklyn Center was one of the first inner-ring suburbs to pop up around the Twin Cities. Once farmland, the suburb is now home to approximately 30,000 residents in an area that covers just over 8 miles. The community is thriving and experienced a great deal of growth over the course of the past several years. Residents enjoy very short commutes into downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul and easy access to a array of restaurants, parks and other amenities.
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Indoor recreation! When cold weather strikes, many Minnesotans are tempted to hide in their houses. On occasion, they also like to emerge from their comfy basements and enjoy Brooklyn Center's many indoor recreational opportunities. The AMF Earle Browne Lanes boast an impressive 36 lanes of traditional bowling, along with a great restaurant and plenty of flat screen televisions. Residents who pay a visit to the Brooklyn Center Community Center can experience a tropical environment even if the weather outside is frightful. This facility features an indoor swimming pool and a huge water slide.
Impressive home appreciation! Now is the best time to invest in Brooklyn Center property. Home appreciation has skyrocketed in the past few years, with an impressive 9.3 percent appreciation taking place during the last 12 months. Home values have proven particularly impressive in the Humboldt Avenue area and near Shingle Creek Park. New residents who are unsure about taking on the role of homeowner may be more inclined to pursue rent to own opportunities, which are abundant in Brooklyn Center.
Low vacancy rate! Whether they reside in the Gateway Commons, the Earl Browne Apartments or one of Brooklyn Center's many single family homes, residents are flocking to this popular suburb. The vacancy rate is currently 8.13 percent, which is well below the U.S. average of 12.47 percent.
Unique dining atmosphere! Residents who live and work in the Brooklyn Center area love eating out. Several of the city's best establishments are located along Brooklyn Boulevard, with the Que Viet Village House and the 50's Grill proving especially popular. The Centennial Park neighborhood is also home to a number of excellent restaurants, including the Ocean Buffet and the 6300 Steakhouse. Although the types of cuisine served at these locations differs greatly, all offer a warm, welcoming atmosphere and an undeniable sense of camaraderie.
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