Renters are pet-lovers, too. But often, their living situations don’t allow it, or they’re limited to only cats. What’s a dog person to do? All hope is not lost. There are many apartments for rent in Minneapolis that allow dogs, and even have spectacular canine-focused amenities that make pet life easy. Below, we’ve scouted four fabulous dog-friendly apartments for rent in Minneapolis for your consideration, but if you need to find more, just head to our pet-friendly housing page and make your pet adoption dreams come true.
One of Minneapolis’ most well-known and well-loved neighborhoods, Uptown is a center of culture, shopping, and dining. These dog-friendly apartments will put you within two blocks of the heart of Uptown, and within a short walk of the Lake of the Isles and Lake Calhoun, which makes it a pedestrian’s dream. Inside, you’ll find luxury finishes, designer lighting, and huge windows with views of beautiful Minneapolis. On the sixth floor, there’s also a lounge area with a resort-quality pool and a fire pit. Like most luxury living situations, Elan Uptown also offers in-unit laundry, a fitness center, and underground parking.
In Central Minneapolis, these apartments will put you within a short walk of the Whole Foods, Mill City Museum, Target Center, the Stone Arch Bridge, and dozens of renowned local restaurants, like Spoon and Stable and Butcher and the Boar. Cats and dogs are welcome here, with a limit of two per apartment. Flexible floorplan options include studios, one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, three-bedrooms, and a one-bedroom plus a den for those who want just a touch of extra space. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer spectacular views, but if you want to see more of the city, head up to the rooftop for a 360-degree panorama. The building also includes a yoga room, fitness center, party and media room, business center, outdoor fireplace, lounges, and a concierge. To make pet ownership easy — and to keep your apartment clean — 4Marq also includes a pet-washing station on-site.
These apartments for rent in Minneapolis are two blocks from the Mississippi River, waterfront trails and parks, and every downtown amenity the city offers. If you’re seeking glamour and luxury, look no further. Latitude 45 has an acclaimed restaurant, Eastside, on its ground floor, a clubhouse, media room, game room, tech-heavy fitness center, and bike lounge. If you head up to the roof, you’ll find fire pits, cabanas, pool, and garden terrace. The apartments themselves have designer kitchens with stainless steel appliances, dark cabinetry, and an island that offers seating and storage, and their bathrooms boast double sinks and subway tile. Covered parking (and electric vehicle charging stations) are available, but if you work downtown, you’ll already be plugged into the Minneapolis skyway for an easy walk in any weather.
In Minneapolis’ North Loop, Junction Flats are near just about everything you’d need, including grocery stores, restaurants, and retail. Typical of luxury homes, these apartments have a yoga studio, club room, fitness center, business center, and an outdoor pool surrounded by seating and a fire feature. But more uniquely, this community also has an art gallery on-site. Even the studio apartments here have separate sleeping areas and ample storage, but you could also get a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with more than 1,100 square feet if you need space to sprawl.