September-October Open House
Mount Curve is a street with real estate cachet and a bevy of million-dollar homes. Only 10 residential blocks long in the Kenwood Park neighborhood, Mount Curve currently has nine homes for sale at $1 million or more. The most lavish among them is the original Donaldson mansion, built in 1906 and now priced at $6.5 million after an extensive, expensive refurbishment. The department store family built the home in grand style: its more than 12,000 square feet include 10 fireplaces, a carriage house, and imported hardwood for the floor-to-ceiling millwork. The Barry Berg Group is the listing agent, firstname.lastname@example.org
The high-end condo market in downtown Minneapolis is staging a comeback. “The market has been steadily improving,” says Fritz Kroll of Edina Realty, who recently sold this $1.7 million unit in the Phoenix Lofts. He also has two more condo sales at $1 million-plus still pending as of late August. Earlier in the month, two other $1 million plus deals also closed in downtown units, making for one of the best months in years for expensive condominium transactions. At current count, there are still eight MLS listings for downtown condos topping the $1 million mark.