Located in the heart of downtown St. Paul, one of the most livable cities in America.
The Golden Rule Building’s central address makes it extremely convenient to access area amenities. Step out of the office and it’s a short jaunt to parks, museums, theaters, sporting events, concerts, fine dining, specialty food, brew pubs and more.
The Golden Rule Building is located along major bus lines and light rail. Biking is a breeze with miles of bike paths with bike storage available in The Golden Rule Building for a safe place to store your bike.
Within 1 block of The Golden Rule Building there are 3,442 parking spaces and 8,500 parking spaces within 3 blocks of The Golden Rule Building.
Commercial Real Estate Services operates The Golden Rule Building contract parking lot on the Southeast corner of Minnesota Street and 7th Street. Please call (651) 290-8890 for availability.
The Robert Street Parking Ramp is directly North of The Golden Rule Building and connected via skyway. The city of St. Paul owns the 900 stall enclosed parking structure and can be reached at (763) 577-0975.
Surrounded by Arts and Culture
You’re walking distance to our treasured State Capitol, amazing museums, a rich performing arts scene and nearby parks, including Pedro Park, Wacouta Commons, Mears Park and Kellogg Mall Park.
Flexible Food Scene
Lunch? Happy hour? Groceries? You’ll find an abundance of fine dining, brew pubs and quick bites. Plus, it’s a just five minute walk to pick up some healthy snacks at Lunds & Byerlys.
The Golden Rule Building is in close proximity to various urban housing opportunities. From 2010 to 2020, the number of people living in St. Paul has more than doubled in size from 4,862 to 10,298. In the past ten years, 2,969 apartments were constructed and continues to grow as more people call downtown St. Paul home.
- Daily errands do not require a car.
- Nearby parks include Pedro Park, Wacouta Commons, Mears Park, and Kellogg Mall Park.
- Transit is convenient for most trips.
- Car sharing is available from RelayRides.
- Rail Lines: Green METRO Green Line 4 blocks
- Bus Lines: 10 within 2 blocks of site
- Parking – 3,442 parking spaces less than 1 block away;
- 8,500 parking spaces within a 3-block radius
- One block from Bike Lane on Jackson Street
- Nearby city parks – 15
- Area museums and theaters – 11