Cosmopolitan Apartments

250 E 6th Street St Paul, MN 55101 • From $100 Per Day
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  • Studio, One, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Multi-Level Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

Once, The Cosmopolitan was a bustling dry goods warehouse. Today, it has been artfully transformed into distinctive apartment homes which capture the elegance and style of a time gone by with a modern twist. Located in the heart of lowertown Saint Paul, you’ll find comfort and convenience in this urban community. The Cosmopolitan Apartments has many features that make it not only a great place to live but a place you will be excited to call home. Our spacious studio, one and two bedroom homes feature unique floor plans, bright fully equipped kitchens and accent walls. Residents enjoy many community benefits such as a fully equipped fitness center, resident events, business center and a third floor patio with grilling area. Located across from Mears Park, this highly desirable location offers easy access to I-94 and the Lafayette Bridge. Our residents enjoy numerous shopping and dining venues within walking distance.

Amenities

Acessible to St. Paul Skyway
BBQ Picnic Area
24 hour resident business center with hi-speed internet access
Beautiful Clubhouse
Dry Cleaners Services
Large fully-Equipped Fitness Center
Near Public Transit
Third Floor Sundeck with Gas Grills
Walking distance to light rail

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About St Paul, Minnesota

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Smaller and quieter than Minneapolis, the city has kept its historic character. Visitors explore F Scott Fitzgerald's old stomping grounds, hike the trails along the Mississippi River, and slurp some Lao soup.

Founded as a trading and transportation center, the city gained prominence as the capital of the Minnesota Territory in 1849. Though Minneapolis is better-known, Saint Paul houses the state government and other important institutions. It's known for having the Xcel Energy Center, being the home of the Minnesota Wild, and for the Science Museum of Minnesota. 

 

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