Merriam Park

Embracing the Small Town
Merriam Park embraces its “small town” scene, the community is friendly and welcoming. The town is perfect for any college student who wants a laid back environment that is also close to their classes. Right by town is the University of St. Thomas and Macalester College. There are many hip stores and shopping options in town. The locals recommend hitting up Snelling and Selby for the best shopping options. Merriam Terrace Park is a popular hangout spot in town. The park features large green space that is dog-friendly, basketball courts, baseball fields, and soccer fields.

Although it is a small town, Merriam Park still has plenty of food and drink options. Many of the locals love to socialize while at a restaurant or bar on their days off. Restaurants in the area include Bark and Bite, Stewart’s, Grand Catch, Ghebre's Restaurant, and On's Kitchen Thai Cuisine. Bars for drinks on weekends include Lake Monster Brewing Company, Blue Door Pub St. Paul, Selby Ave Bar and Grill, and The Dubliner Pub And Café. Merriam Park is a popular student hub thanks to its convenient location and amenities scattered throughout town.
What Merriam Park Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Merriam Park
Studio
$
732
1 Bedroom
$
861
2 Bedroom
$
983

Getting to Know
Merriam Park

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Snelling Ave. to Mississippi River
North to South Boundaries: University Ave. W to Summit Ave.

Best Apartments
in Merriam Park



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Studio $1,251
1 Bed $1,638
2 Beds $2,132

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