This is the best neighborhood to stay when in Minneapolis! Close to Minneapolis Convention Center, USBank Stadium, Target Field, Uptown, Downtown--- AND in one of the best and nicest neighborhoods in Minneapolis. -- Walk four blocks to Uptown's exciting entertainment, shops, restaurants, nightclubs and an Apple Store. -- 15-minute UBER/Lyft ride to: 1) Minneapolis Convention Center 2) Target Field Twins Ballpark 3) US Bank Vikings Stadium 4) Downtown You can sleep up to 7 people in our light-filled 1050 Sq Ft 3 BR apt near Lake Bde Maka Ska. ~ The bathroom and shower are designer tile. ~ 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, wi-fi, on-street parking, full kitchen, near 34th St and Girard Ave South. ~ 1 block walk to the bus stop #6 to go downtown, Target Field and the new US Bank Stadium. ~ 1 block walk to Dunn Brothers Coffee Shop. ~ 4 block walk to Lake Bde Mak Ska (Lake Calhoun) and Uptown, access to bike paths, swimming, cross-country skiing, shops, and restaurants. ~ 5 block walk to the lake. ~ 5 block walk Uptown for dining, bars, and shopping,Quiet residential street, a short Uber ride to downtown, the Minneapolis Convention Center and the new US Bank stadium. You will be staying right in the center of New York Times' '36 hours in Minneapolis' (check out this great article With fast wifi and 3 bedrooms, our place can be a great home base for your family, business colleagues or small group! Also, you can cook your own meals and really save a lot with all the comforts of home! Highly sought after Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis near Lake Bde Maka Ska as well as Lake-Hennepin and Lyndale-Lake shopping districts. Relax in the light-filled living room with high-speed wireless internet. Dining room has a built-in buffet with amazing ceiling woodwork and three (yes three) bay windows. Free on-street parking is available. Window air conditioners for the summer months. Hardwood floors throughout. Flat Screen TV, Netflix, Pandora and local channels (Cable programming is not included). Designer tile bathroom. Fully furnished kitchen with full size fridge, dishwasher, and fully supplied with pots and pans, dishes, electric stove/oven, microwave, coffeemaker and utensils. Wide variety of restaurants, theaters, movies, shopping (both small indie shops and national branches), upscale grocery stores, large variety of bars, music and people-watching. Bike trails, walking and running paths, sailing, canoe, kayak, paddle-boarding, cross-country skiing, ice skating, snowshoeing, swimming and no fewer than ten gyms and yoga studios are all located within a few blocks. Four lakes are nearby including Lake Bde Maka Ska, Lake Harriet, Lake of the Isles and Cedar Lake. Each of these lakes are good size (3-mile perimeter) so you can enjoy long walks when visiting the city. Dunn Brothers coffee shop is 1 block away on Hennepin Ave So and 34th St So!! --- or stop at Vicinity Coffee on Lyndale and 36th St. Lake Bde Maka Ska is 4 blocks away with wonderful beaches, and rents canoes, paddle boards and kayaks. Uptown Dining, Shopping and Nightclubs are 5 blocks away. -- Famous Daves BBQ has live music. Nice Ride city owned bicycle rental is 2 blocks away and costs just $6 for a daily pass including unlimited 30-minute rides. It's a fun ride using the commuter trails to downtown and the Mississippi River parks. Take photos of St. Anthony Falls from the Guthrie’s Endless Bridge that jets out over the Mississippi. Bowl! Pick a lane at Bryant Lake Bowl, Elsie's or Memory Lanes. Sample the house-made beer selection at Town Hall Brewery downtown. Warm up with a hot pizza pie at Pizza Luce on Lyndale and 32st—open late! Cross-country ski at Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis with a view of the skyline ahead of you. Buy some original art at the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association Fall Fine Arts Show. Enjoy a touring Broadway show at the Historic State or Orpheum Theatre downtown. Take a day to see nearly 100,000 items on display from 5,000 years at the always-free Minneapolis Institute of Art. Starting in November, ice skate indoors at The Depot ice rink on Washington Avenue or outdoors on East Lake of the Isles Blvd and 25th St. Stroll through a Japanese peace garden and the country’s second oldest public rose garden, located on picturesque Lake Harriet—on Minneapolis's Chain of Lakes. -- Visit Southdale Shopping Center, just a 15-minute drive south of our place. It was the FIRST major shopping mall that opened in the United State and still going strong. -- Mall of America is also a 15-minute drive. Or take the # 6 bus downtown and take the light rail train to MOA. Rent a canoe and float on Lake of the Isles while enjoying the fall colors and the beautiful mansions. Starting in November, ice skate indoors at The Depot ice rink on Washington Avenue or outdoors on East Lake of the Isles Blvd and 25th St. Lake & Hennepin and Lyn-Lake shopping districts, wide variety of restaurants, theaters, movies, shopping (both small indie shops and national branches), upscale grocery stores, large variety of bars, music and people-watching. Bike trails, walking and running paths, sailing, canoe, kayak, paddle-boarding, cross-country skiing, ice skating, snowshoeing, swimming and no fewer than ten gyms and yoga studios are all located within a few blocks.