Home Sweet Link


The Link is a new apartment complex in the Prospect Park neighborhood. Photo
courtesy of The Link

Learn about Prospect Park’s new apartment complex The Link.

When many people think of the neighborhood of Prospect Park, they often think of the lush greenery, small shops, local school, and rows and rows of historical homes. While Prospect Park continues to maintain this small-town-in-a-big-city charm, it’s proving that it has a modern draw to it, too. The Link Apartments recently staked their claim in Prospect Park right between the Green Line and recently-opened Fresh Thyme. Shooting up to the sky far above the rest of the neighborhood, The Link is a new addition to Prospect Park that refuses to go unnoticed.

“The name seemed to fit not only the building layout, but also the community, as Prospect Park brings together a variety of different people from across the globe. Our community offers two different packages: a luxury tower featuring classic elegance and a low-rise featuring modern and fresh design that allows people from a variety of home tastes to co-exist in a space that works for all,” says Rachel Goldstein from The Link Apartments corporate. “In the new age of technology, we are often separated from genuine human interaction and basic connection with our surroundings, which is something The Link has founded itself on overcoming.”

Goldstein says the location of The Link is what really draws residents to it. Right next to the Green Line, a grocery store, and across the street from a whole slew of local shops and restaurants, The Link allows its residents to get involved in the community and explore everything that makes Prospect Park unique.

The Link offers studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units for residents. Photo
courtesy of The Link

“We strive to help busy lives slow down and enjoy everything the city has to offer, including spaces for every taste and frequent and friendly community events. Our amenity-driven apartments have everything all in one place—a 3,000-square-foot fitness facility, golf simulator, music studio, business and conference center, resident sky-line lounge, and 365-day rooftop patio,” Goldstein says. “We are also located directly off of the Prospect Park Green Line station and have an on-site, full service grocery store, in addition to being minutes away from local favorites such as Surly and T-Rex Cookie. With quick access to downtown, entertainment options, and convenient building features, The Link is your connection to the best of it all!”

In addition to its great location and abundant amenities, Goldstein says The Link offers residents a skyline lounge, year-round rooftop patio including cabana lounges and an over-sized hot tub, rooftop dog park, a fitness center worth quitting your gym membership for, and an entire media suite equipped with a movie theater. With all of these amenities, The Link is a great location for residents to feel comfortable at home and enjoy entertaining—and impressing—guests.

Though everything inside makes The Link a unique apartment building to call home, it’s the neighborhood that truly makes The Link what it is, according to Goldstein.

“The Prospect Park neighborhood is rich in its history and has been increasingly a place of interest for people looking to get ahead of location trends. The neighborhood is a culturally diverse area and brings together people from all walks of life and experiences,” she says. “The Link strives to bring this diverse population together under one roof and offers 55 different layout options across two finish packages to suit any taste. In an area of well-loved treasures, The Link creates a central connection for neighbors with the only grocery store available within a ten-minute radius.”

Goldstein says the units in The Link are specifically designed to suit the lifestyles of all types of residents. From students at one of the neighboring universities to young professionals to couples looking for a first home together, The Link has something for everyone.

The Link’s model units were designed by the Twin Cities’ own Habitation Furnishing. Photo courtesy of The Link

“Our model units were beautifully designed by Habitation and have proven to be a hit among all of our prospective residents. The style that Habitation provided is eclectic and suits a variety of tastes, from students to executives to city-going families, everyone has found a fit with what we have to offer and has had design inspiration from our show units,” Goldstein says. “The Tower residences feature white quartz countertops, elegant pendant lighting, wood-style floors throughout, floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views, and spa-like bathrooms. The Low-Rise features grey quartz countertops, light wood cabinets, wood-style flooring, with select units having balconies. Other highlights between the two styles include oversized walk-in closets, washer and dryers, and stainless steel appliances.”

If you’re interested in learning more about The Link Apartments, visit their website at www.linkliving.com.

The Link Apartments
2929 University Ave. SE
Minneapolis, MN

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