City of Plymouth

Plymouth was named Money magazine’s number one Best Place to Live in 2008 for cities with populations of 50,000 to 300,000.
Location, Location, Location
Many major highways run through or are close to Plymouth, making it readily accessible to all within the metropolitan area. Interstate 494 runs through Plymouth as does Hwy. 55. Hwy. 169 is on the city’s eastern border and I-394 is within four miles from the center of Plymouth. Plymouth is about 12 miles northwest of downtown Minneapolis.
Natural Amenities
Plymouth residents also enjoy beautiful natural amenities, including more than a half a dozen sizable water bodies. Medicine Lake, the second largest lake in Hennepin County is located in Plymouth. It is a magnet for anglers and boaters.
Plymouth voters have gone to the polls twice to authorize the City of Plymouth to issue bonds to buy open space for preservation and parks.
In addition to being a popular place to live, Plymouth is also the choice for many businesses. The city is home to a thriving commercial-industrial base, consisting of nearly 50,000 jobs.
While Plymouth’s growth is slowing, the community continues to see population increases. The city’s current population is 71,930. Plymouth has 28,568 households. The average household size is 2.46 persons. These are the most current estimates provided by the Metropolitan Council, a regional planning agency. The estimates were issued in May 2010 and reflect estimates as of April 1, 2009.
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About Jon Perkins

Jon is the Lead agent for the Perkins Team with RE/MAX Results. Jon has been selling homes accross the Twin Cities since 1985. Jon works with his wife Mary Beth and his team of real estate professionals to provide the highest level of service available in the real estate industry.

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