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Regency Hill - Woodbury, Minnesota 55129

Woodbury, MN 55129

$1164 - $1549

1-2 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

Cedric's Landing - Oakdale, Minnesota 55128


Oakdale, MN 55128

$714 - $1651

0-2 Beds 1-2 Baths Cats OK

Lakewood Village, Oakdale, MN (Lakewood Village, South White Bear Lake)


$714 - $1651

267 units | 0-2 Beds | 1-2 Baths

Pondview Apartments - Maplewood, Minnesota 55119

Maplewood, MN 55119

$850 - $1375

1-3 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

Midvale, Maplewood, MN (Midvale)


$850 - $1375

183 units | 1-3 Beds | 1-2 Baths

Villages on McKnight - Saint Paul, Minnesota 55119


Saint Paul, MN 55119

$825 - $1150

1-2 Beds 1 Baths Pets OK

Battle Creek, Saint Paul, MN (Battle Creek)


$825 - $1150

540 units | 1-2 Beds | 1 Baths

Parkside Apartments - North Saint Paul, Minnesota 55109

North Saint Paul, MN 55109

$595 - $789

1-2 Beds 1 Baths Cats OK

Overview of Hudson

According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Hudson, Wis., was home to 12,719 people in 2010. Located 21 miles east of St. Paul, Hudson is arguably considered part of the suburban Twin Cities area. As families have moved farther from urban cores, Hudson has benefitted and has grown in both size and population. In fact, its population increased by 44.9 percent between 2000 and 2010. Those searching for Hudson apartments for rent will enjoy proximity to the both the urban Twin Cities and the rural countryside to Hudson's east.

Located on the banks of the St. Croix River, Hudson has come a long way since its historic beginnings. Founded in 1840, the community appealed to settlers because of its river location and beautiful natural setting. The area was first known as Willow River, but its name changed first to Buena Vista and then to Hudson. The lumber industry helped the area thrive and allowed Hudson's population to grow. By the 20th century, the city began to grow in accordance with its proximity to populous Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Living in Hudson, WI

A truly unique area, Hudson offers its residents rural scenery, a scenic riverway and a suburban way of life. The area's median age is just 35.4, making Hudson a young city. About 63 percent of the city's households are made up of families, and about 32 percent include children younger than 18. Hudson residents enjoy a close-knit sense of community that allows for events like comedy shows, farmers markets and more.

Residents love their views of the St. Croix River, and numerous parks also offer both beauty and fun. Anderson Park, Birkmose Park, Burton Field, Grandview Community Park and Lakefront Park are as diverse as they are attractive. Lakefront Park offers numerous amenities including sand volleyball courts, paved trails, river activity and picnic shelters, while Birkmose Park provides magnificent views and quiet, natural greenspace. Concerts in Lakefront Park are a community favorite during summer and offer the chance to socialize with neighbors and enjoy the outdoors.

Hudson Work and Study

Hudson is not home to any colleges or universities, but a few institutes of higher learning are within commutable distance of the city. University of Wisconsin, River Falls; Century Community and Technical College; Metropolitan State University; Inver Hills Community College; Saint Paul College; and Concordia University are all located within 20 miles of Hudson.

Hudson's Wisconsin location with proximity to Minnesota's Twin Cities encourages many economic and business opportunities. As a result, Hudson is able to offer employment to many people. In fact, the city sees its population grow by 24.8 percent on workdays due to commuting. About 28 percent of the workforce resides and works in Hudson.

Rentals in Hudson, WI and Cost of Living

The cost of living index in Hudson is 113.2, which is about 13.2 percent higher than the U.S. average. Those searching for Hudson rentals will be happy to note that the 35 percent of the city's properties are renter-occupied, so finding an apartment should not be a challenge. The median gross rent in the city is $846 per month, which includes rentals of all shapes and sizes.

Hudson Attractions and Special Events

Hudson offers many activities and events throughout the year, but none is more famous than its annual Hot Air Affair. For one weekend each year, residents and visitors gather to watch hot air balloon launches, geocache, shop eat, play and socialize. Each year, thousands of visitors make the trip to Hudson to celebrate the event.

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