Sandwiched between Downtown on the north and Uptown on the south, Midtown includes landmarks such as The Minneapolis Institute of Art and The Children's Theater. Some of the sub-neighborhoods are Whittier, Steven’s Square and Phillips. This area includes a number of more affordable buildings. Running through Midtown is Nicollet Avenue which is know for it’s variety of ethnic restaurants and is nicknamed Eat Street.
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While this area will include a wide variety of condos at different price points, it is generally less expensive than either Downtown or Uptown, while being conveniently located between both. There is an abundance of choices for eating, nightlife and local retail. Along the eastern end of this neighborhood is the residential development that has sprung up adjacent to the light rail. Public transportation options makes this a good choice for anyone working downtown.
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