Address in Minneapolis, MN

Receive mail at a real street address. Need a Minneapolis address? Earth Class Mail gives you the ability to have a mailing address in Minneapolis without having to pay for real estate, rent a Minneapolis PO Box, or check your mailbox with its virtual mailbox in Minneapolis. We scan and forward mail in Minneapolis. Remote businesses don't need an office to establish a business, thanks to our Minneapolis street address. You can use your virtual address in Minneapolis to register a business or on your company marketing website. Minneapolis virtual addresses can also help to keep your home address private.

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400 S 4th St Ste 410




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Why get an address in Minneapolis, MN

Sitting next to the Minnesota state capital of St. Paul, Minneapolis and its 429,954 residents make up one half of this pair dubbed the “Twin Cities” of the midwest. Originally settled by the French, this city became a prosperous center for lumber and flour milling due to the vast expanse of water power present in naturally occurring lakes, rivers, and waterfalls that remain in parks within the city center today. Since then, Minneapolis has maintained its financial prosperity as the largest business center between Chicago and Seattle. Five massive Fortune 500 companies call this city home, most notably the Target Corporation, one of the largest (and most brand recognizable) retailers in the nation. RBC, Ameripirse, and Wells Fargo also take spots as top employers in the city, marking Minneapolis as a major finance hub. Minneapolis also claims one of the nations best park systems as the waterways from centuries past have been delicately preserved and turned into spaces for city residents to enjoy. A quick Uber ride can land you at Mill Ruins Park, a historically preserved site that is a testament to the economic history of the city with a standing 19th century water mill and creek. The Lyndale Rose Park Garden also brings a European flair to the city with a venetian fountain and over 3,000 flowers for nature enthusiasts to view every spring. Recording artist Prince shaped the music scene in this city after his education at the Minnesota Dance Theatre, and helped give rise to popular iconic nightclubs such as First Avenue. The club still stands today and attracts hundreds of visitors every year, and those who seek a slower nighttime adventure can find The Dakota Jazz Club and Restaurant to be entertained by some of the best classic jazz musicians in America. While this fast paced, business oriented metropolis attracts primarily young professionals, it serves as an incredible center for ethnic and religious diversity, with great options outside of town for affordable real estate that families can take advantage of. Having an address in Minneapolis sets you apart from the crowd as both a business and culturally relevant epicenter when dealing with clients or friends in the Midwest.

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