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Post by ● Sep 9, 2015

St. Paul: Payne-Phalen

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Payne-Phalen is a mainly residential neighborhood that is east of Interstate 35E. The neighborhood is named for its own Phalen Park, Lake Phalen, and Payne Boulevard, the main street. Payne-Phalen is the largest neighborhood in St. Paul, with 30,000 residents. Just a few minutes from downtown St. Paul, and ten miles from downtown Minneapolis, residents are able to be close to major sources of employment. Residents and visitors are attracted to the neighborhood’s architectural history, distinct location, charming culture, and the stunning waters of Lake Phalen. Whatever one’s love is, whether it be hot coffee and homemade pie, tamales, egg rolls, pizza or chow mein, an extensive neighborhood menu can be found in the local restaurants.

The classic housing remains a powerful characteristic of the neighborhood. Worker housing, constructed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s in the styles of Italianate, Folk Victorian, Queen Anne and Bungalow, adds to the matchless appeal and attractiveness of each home. Parts of the neighborhood have rambler and ranch-style homes constructed in the 1950’s or 60’s.

There are many amenities available in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. The Arlington Hills Community Center, Duluth & Case Recreation Center, Gustafson Phalen Arena, and Wilder Recreation Center can all be found within the neighborhood. Between these four facilities, residents have access to a library, fitness centers, gymnasiums, meeting rooms, craft rooms, an ice arena, and much, much more.

The Payne-Phalen neighborhood contains several parks. Some of the most notable include:

Eastside Heritage Park: Eastside Heritage Park is 9 acres in size. While the park does not have any established athletic facilities, it has a very large, open field in which visitors can enjoy pick up games of football, soccer, lacrosse, frisbee, and so on. In addition to its open space, Eastside Heritage Park includes a shelter and restroom facilities. This mix of amenities ensures that it is a suitable meeting grounds for all ages and interests.

Weida Park: Weida Park is an athletic, neighborhood park boasting active amenities. Best known for its lit field, Weida Park is a great location for football, soccer, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee, and more. Additionally, the park includes a basketball court, picnic tables, BBQ grills, and a playground area.

Lane Place Park: Lane Place Park is the perfect place for a game of catch or a picnic. A small, 1-acre park, Lane Place Park offers ample space to run around or enjoy the shade of a tree. Ideal for families of all ages, Lane Place Park is a neighborhood treasure.

Phalen Regional Park: Phalen Regional Park is the premier park located within the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. Drawing in over 1 million visitors annually, the park is most known for its beach, lakeside activities center, and golf course. Visitors can enjoy sand volleyball and swimming at the beach, sailing classes and other aquatic activities at the lakeside activities center, and an 18-hole golf course along Lake Phalen. Other amenities that visitors enjoy include a baseball field, benches, biking and hiking trails, a boat launch, fishing pier, hockey rink, indoor rink, lake, picnic areas with BBQ grills, playground, public art, restroom facilities, a shelter, skiing trails, soccer field, softball field, and a swimming beach. With so much activity available, there are seemingly endless opportunities for passive and active recreation. Phalen Regional Park is the crown jewel of the Payne-Phalen neighborhood and an absolute blast for families or individuals of all ages.

Arlington Arkwright Park: Arlington Arkwright Park is an athletic center for the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. With 20 acres encompassing baseball and softball fields, a basketball court, two tennis courts, a skate park, a picnic area, and an off-leash dog park, visitors have plenty of opportunities to be active year-round. The off-leash dog area is worthy of merit due to its large size. Encompassing nearly 5 acres, it winds through a forest area offering plenty of shade. Arlington Arkwright Park is the host of numerous high school athletic games as well as community tournaments, making it a cherished location for the community.

If you have any questions regarding the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to visit TwinCitiesPropertyFinder.com or call 1-800-909-1953.

Post by ● Sep 9, 2015

St. Paul: Payne-Phalen

Tagged: Community Profiles, St. Paul Minnesota, St. Paul Neighborhoods, , , , , , , , , , ,

Payne-Phalen is a mainly residential neighborhood that is east of Interstate 35E. The neighborhood is named for its own Phalen Park, Lake Phalen, and Payne Boulevard, the main street. Payne-Phalen is the largest neighborhood in St. Paul, with 30,000 residents. Just a few minutes from downtown St. Paul, and ten miles from downtown Minneapolis, residents are able to be close to major sources of employment. Residents and visitors are attracted to the neighborhood’s architectural history, distinct location, charming culture, and the stunning waters of Lake Phalen. Whatever one’s love is, whether it be hot coffee and homemade pie, tamales, egg rolls, pizza or chow mein, an extensive neighborhood menu can be found in the local restaurants.

The classic housing remains a powerful characteristic of the neighborhood. Worker housing, constructed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s in the styles of Italianate, Folk Victorian, Queen Anne and Bungalow, adds to the matchless appeal and attractiveness of each home. Parts of the neighborhood have rambler and ranch-style homes constructed in the 1950’s or 60’s.

There are many amenities available in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. The Arlington Hills Community Center, Duluth & Case Recreation Center, Gustafson Phalen Arena, and Wilder Recreation Center can all be found within the neighborhood. Between these four facilities, residents have access to a library, fitness centers, gymnasiums, meeting rooms, craft rooms, an ice arena, and much, much more.

The Payne-Phalen neighborhood contains several parks. Some of the most notable include:

Eastside Heritage Park: Eastside Heritage Park is 9 acres in size. While the park does not have any established athletic facilities, it has a very large, open field in which visitors can enjoy pick up games of football, soccer, lacrosse, frisbee, and so on. In addition to its open space, Eastside Heritage Park includes a shelter and restroom facilities. This mix of amenities ensures that it is a suitable meeting grounds for all ages and interests.

Weida Park: Weida Park is an athletic, neighborhood park boasting active amenities. Best known for its lit field, Weida Park is a great location for football, soccer, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee, and more. Additionally, the park includes a basketball court, picnic tables, BBQ grills, and a playground area.

Lane Place Park: Lane Place Park is the perfect place for a game of catch or a picnic. A small, 1-acre park, Lane Place Park offers ample space to run around or enjoy the shade of a tree. Ideal for families of all ages, Lane Place Park is a neighborhood treasure.

Phalen Regional Park: Phalen Regional Park is the premier park located within the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. Drawing in over 1 million visitors annually, the park is most known for its beach, lakeside activities center, and golf course. Visitors can enjoy sand volleyball and swimming at the beach, sailing classes and other aquatic activities at the lakeside activities center, and an 18-hole golf course along Lake Phalen. Other amenities that visitors enjoy include a baseball field, benches, biking and hiking trails, a boat launch, fishing pier, hockey rink, indoor rink, lake, picnic areas with BBQ grills, playground, public art, restroom facilities, a shelter, skiing trails, soccer field, softball field, and a swimming beach. With so much activity available, there are seemingly endless opportunities for passive and active recreation. Phalen Regional Park is the crown jewel of the Payne-Phalen neighborhood and an absolute blast for families or individuals of all ages.

Arlington Arkwright Park: Arlington Arkwright Park is an athletic center for the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. With 20 acres encompassing baseball and softball fields, a basketball court, two tennis courts, a skate park, a picnic area, and an off-leash dog park, visitors have plenty of opportunities to be active year-round. The off-leash dog area is worthy of merit due to its large size. Encompassing nearly 5 acres, it winds through a forest area offering plenty of shade. Arlington Arkwright Park is the host of numerous high school athletic games as well as community tournaments, making it a cherished location for the community.

If you have any questions regarding the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to visit TwinCitiesPropertyFinder.com or call 1-800-909-1953.

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