Whether you’re enduring a freeze or a flurry of flora, Uptown Minneapolis is the perfect place to explore in every season. Here are 4 things you can’t miss in this marvelous Midwestern neighborhood.
- Once Upon a Crime Mystery Books
Lovers of true crime and classic whodunnits alike shouldn’t miss this little underground bookshop in the heart of Uptown. Peruse the 800-square-foot front room loaded with everything from perennial bestsellers to local authors. If you don’t mind a little dust, ask about the bookstore’s annex, where you’ll find vintage copies and first editions of more favorites.
- Icehouse MPLS
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America is home to some of the best food in the world. Our country’s cuisines have so many influences from around the globe – and some that are truly our own creation – that we can enjoy the best French food, Asian food, Indian food, hamburgers, barbecue and other national dishes whenever we want. It is especially convenient for apartment residents to take a short car ride or walk to the best restaurants, ice cream shops and bakeries that their city has to offer.
While there is great food all over the U.S., we found the top 10 cities for these delicious foods and beverages: Read the rest of this entry »
Located in the heart of the Midwest, Milwaukee, Wisconsin offers a lot of things besides the cold. Although Milwaukee is considered one of the chilliest metropolitan areas in the country, it has many different ways to keep you warm and comfortable. In fact, Milwaukee features a number of amazing bars, breweries, up-and-coming restaurants, and even local-favorite frozen custard shops. So after you’ve settled into your Milwaukee apartment, stop by a few of our favorite places to eat and drink around town.
Breweries and Bars
Regardless of whether you like beer in bottles, cans, kegs, or from the tap, you can’t go wrong with getting an ice cold brew in Milwaukee. As the self-proclaimed “City that Beer Built”, Milwaukee is home to countless microbreweries, taverns, brewpubs, and historical beer tours. (And yes, it is true that Milwaukee has more bars than grocery stores.) Stop by the historic Pabst Brewery, grab a Belgian bier at Cafe Hollander, or relax on the largest outdoor patio in Milwaukee at Horny Goat Hideaway. Read the rest of this entry »
The Millennial generation – those who are currently 18 to 34 years old – are choosing to rent apartments rather than buy homes. In fact, a new report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University found that people aged 25 to 34 years old are putting off buying homes for several reasons, including college debt. But financial concerns are only a small factor in many Millennials’ decision to rent apartments. Many simply prefer the lifestyle that renting an apartment affords them over home ownership. Read the rest of this entry »
The top 10 list of U.S. cities to celebrate Independence Day this year is out! WalletHub determined its ranking based on how well these cities balance the expenses residents pay to celebrate the holiday, versus how much fun they can have in each city. Apartment residents in these esteemed cities already know that they are great places to not only have fun, but also to live and work. Read the rest of this entry »
Louisville, KY is a magical city that possesses a distinctive culture. With a slower, Southern charm and a rich history, Louisville is an awesome city to consider for your next move. Let’s take a look at what stops and sites make this city so special; along the way, we might even discover what neighborhoods are ideal for your next Louisville apartment. Read the rest of this entry »
We were all ready for winter to be over, but now that summer is here, thermometer temperatures are climbing in many areas of the U.S. Heat and humidity definitely take their toll on residents who live in cities with higher temperatures. And the kids want to cool off as much as you do. Fortunately, ApartmentSearch has great suggestions for beating the heat this summer. Read the rest of this entry »
As apartment residents get ready to head out on their summer vacations – and enjoy the amenities their own cities and apartment communities have to offer – one of the primary things they look forward to is visiting their favorite restaurants and discovering new foods, beverages and desserts. We discovered some of the best shops and restaurants for delicious food this summer, and are revealing which cities are home to the award-winning eateries.
New York, N.Y. : Arguably the best city for foodies in the U.S., it is difficult to pick just one restaurant to feature here. But we did find a very unique shop to help keep you cool this summer: Big Gay Ice Cream, which has locations in the East Village and the West Village. The shop’s soft-serve ice cream is served with eclectic toppings and the cones have fun names like Bea Arthur, Gobbler and Mermaid. Read the rest of this entry »
In the middle of the Mojave Desert, the world-renowned City of Las Vegas offers residents a unique living experience. From the 24-hour casinos to spectacular shows to exquisite dining, this buzzing city has no short supply famous attractions. Even if the Strip doesn’t appeal to you, there are plenty of amazing things to do in Las Vegas. When you’re ready to get out of your new apartment in Las Vegas, explore some of our favorite locals’ attractions:
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Fifteen miles from the Vegas Strip, the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area offers the best sites of the Mojave Desert. This beautiful conservation area showcases red rock formations with scenic views. While visiting the area, you can partake in a wide variety of activities. From hiking and biking to rock climbing and even horseback riding, there’s something for every nature enthusiast to enjoy. Read the rest of this entry »
Looking for things to do in DC this Memorial Day weekend? For many in the area of our nation’s capital, Memorial Day weekend means venturing into the District to honor the servicemen and servicewomen of our country. Here are 5 of the top ways you can celebrate Memorial Day weekend 2015 in the Washington, DC area.
1. Jazz in the Garden
Friday May 22, 5 PM
Kick off your Memorial Day weekend by stepping into the National Gallery of Art’s Sculpture Garden to listen to the sweet sounds of the opening of this summer series. The Jazz in the Garden 2015 season runs through August 28, and features 15 of the area’s most acclaimed jazz musicians playing jazz guitar, salsa, old school funk, and everything in between. Bring a picnic basket, lay down a blanket, and relax in this beautiful park.
2. The Rolling Thunder Run Motorcycle Rally
Sunday May 24, 12 PM
More than 900,000 bikers from across the country attend the Rolling Thunder Run on Memorial Day weekend. The main event is on Sunday, when the Rolling Thunder XXVIII First Amendment Demonstration Run occurs, starting in the North Pentagon parking lot, running through the Mall area. Whether you ride or watch, the Rolling Thunder Run is always a must-see (and must-hear!) event. Read the rest of this entry »