Minnesota Office Rental & Leasing
Offices.net offers fully furnished executive suites, professionally equipped office space and cost effective corporate real estate in Minnesota. The office space for rent includes a wide range of essential services, making setting up a business in Minnesota faster and easier than ever.
- 860 Blue Gentian Road
- 7760 France Avenue South
- 7900 International Drive
- 8400 Normandale Lake Boulevard
- 327 1st Avenue North
- 900 IDS Center
- 400 1st Street South
- 2355 Highway 36 West
- AT&T Tower
- 445 Minnesota Street
- RBC Plaza
- Capella Tower
- 100 South Fifth Street
- 222 South Ninth Street
- 121 Washington Ave
- 323 Washington Avenue North
- Union Plaza
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Minnesota for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Minnesota
Located in the Midwestern United States, Minnesota is the twelfth largest and the twenty-second most populous state in the country (2018 data). The state's largest city is Minneapolis and its capital is Saint Paul. The 'Twin Cities' form the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area, and thriving area that is at the centre of state's government, education, transportation, business and industrial sectors. Outside of this urban region, much of the state remains largely rural with agriculture, mining, forestry and recreation as economic drivers. Although Minnesota was once primarily known for producing raw materials, its economic growth is increasingly a result of activity in producing finished products and in service sectors. Core industries now include biosciences, manufacturing, clean and renewable energy, banking and insurance, data centres, and health care services.