Host of the Northeast Minneapolis Riverfront

Explore The Riverfront

For leasing opportunities call Randy at 612-623-8347. Welcome to St Anthony Main.  St Anthony Main is an area of buildings on Main St SE across from the St Anthony Falls. The area was once known as St Anthony city. Use the map below to see the location of just a few things to do around the riverfront near St. Anthony Main.

SAM-Area Map

Below are links to information such as, Minneapolis Parks and Recreation, History on Wikipedia, and Official Websites.

  1. St. Anthony Main
  2. Mill City Museum
  3. Mill Ruins Park & Plank Road
  4. Stone Arch Bridge
  5. St Anthony Falls
  6. Guthrie Theater
  7. Nicollet Island
  8. Old. St. Anthony
  9. Our Lady of Lourdes Church
  10. St. Anthony Falls
  11. Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock & Dam 
  12. Ard Godfrey House
  13. The Depot Hotel Complex
  14. Boom Island Park
  15. Federal Reserve Plaza
  16. Post Office
  17. Pillsbury A Mill 

Stone Arch Bridge

Stone Arch Bridge 2

The Stone Arch Bridge is the only bridge of its kind over the Mississippi River. It is made of native granite and limestone, and measures 2100-feet long by 28-feet wide. The bridge consists of 23 arches, and spans the river below St. Anthony Falls in Minneapolis, MN.

Built by railroad baron James J. Hill in 1883, the bridge allowed for increased movement of people and goods across the river. It served as a working railroad bridge until 1965 but is still seen as a symbol of the railroad age.

Rehabilitation of this National Historic Engineering Landmark began in 1980. Traffic on the bridge is now characterized by a much slower pace. Mostly used by walkers and bicyclists, the bridge is one of the best ways to enjoy the view of St. Anthony Falls.

Fourth of July Fireworks

Help us celebrate Minneapolis with a boom!

The Minneapolis Red, White and Boom takes place at Father Hennepin Bluffs Park at 6p to 10p on July 4th.  It is located along the Mississippi River, and is the official Independence Day celebration for the city. With fireworks and music from local bands, this is an event that is sure to bring the whole family together.

The activities start Thursday night at the Nicollet Island Pavilion with live music and a screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark. The Fourth of July Fireworks, starting at 10p on Friday, will be funded by private donations from property owners, businesses, retailers, food and beverage establishments, residential communities, loft and condominium associations and property management companies located or doing business in the Minneapolis Riverfront District.

The Red, White and Boom is a free community building event full of food, fun and live music that takes place before the fireworks. The grande finale of fireworks will bring thousands of Minnesotans to the riverfront to watch the sky light up!  For more information click here.