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Overview of Plymouth

Known for its high quality of life, natural beauty and comfortable suburban setting, Plymouth offers residents an unparalleled Minnesotan experience. Plymouth apartments are ideal residences for all ages and walks of life, and offer an easy commute to Minneapolis-St. Paul. Plymouth is known for its trails, parks, neighborhood vibe, and highly regarded school districts. Plymouth and the greater Twin Cities area have experienced explosive growth in recent years which has resulted in an explosion of new suburban architecture, neighborhood structure, and city planning.

Plymouth Apartments & Rent

Before starting your search for apartments in Plymouth, MN, know that this beautiful city is also an expensive one. The cost of housing in Minnesota is slightly above the national average cost, but Plymouth apartments cost slightly more than the Minnesota average, so be prepared to pay the price for this safe, charming retreat. While there are some one bedroom apartments that cost around $700, you can expect a one bedroom to cost between $800 and $1200 at most apartment complexes.

Plymouth Work and Study

Plymouth is home to a vibrant business community, so you're in luck if your search for apartments in Plymouth brings you here for work. From small startup companies to major corporations, you will find all sorts of opportunity in Plymouth. According to the City of Plymouth, this diverse economic base includes nearly 50,000 jobs. Major industries headquartered in Plymouth include insurance, high-tech research, medical devices and light manufacturing as well as printing and publishing. The University of Minnesota, University of St. Thomas, St. Catherine University, Hamline University and numerous smaller colleges are located within the Twin Cities.