Woodbury Homes & Real Estate
WOODBURY REAL ESTATE
Woodbury is proximate to St, Paul, Minnesota’s Capital City. It is a favorite relocation area among those already employed nearby and those looking for work opportunities in the area considering that it is also proximate to the 3M Corporation, one of the largest employers of the state. Another reason why Woodbury is attractive as a relocation area is the wide-range of choices when it comes to the city’s housing which comes in the form of town homes, apartment or even large estates.
It is an ideal place both as a resident and a place for business, The latter is evident with the city’s thriving business community with the likes of EcoWater Systems, Target.com, Assurant, The Hartford, eFunds and Long Term Care Group.
This Twin Cities suburb is a vibrant community that has shown potential for growth given the city’s resources. Such growth has been properly planned and mapped out by the city officials and the growth you are seeing now is just a product of such efforts.
Woodbury is a clean and green city with a dedicated park land measuring 3,000 acres. It has an ideal public park system, eight small lakes as well as multi-trails for residents and visitors. It is a good place to raise children and to retire considering the variety of sports facilities including the Eagle Valley golf course as well as the Bielenberg Sports Center.
A stone painted by Dakota Chief Little Crow is supposedly the basis for naming the city Red Rock. However the name was changed to Woodbury in 1859 in honor of New Hampshire Judge Levi Woodbury.
Woodbury is a culturally-rich are with immigrants coming from as far as Denmark, Switzerland, Sweden, Scotland and even Ireland. These people have settled in the area and have intermarried creating a rich heritage for the city. The development of housing in the area started in 1955 and has started to replace the fertile farmlands. Despite the growth of housing and commercial areas in Woodbury, the city managed to maintain lots of open spaces to balance urban development.
Woodbury started as a township in 1858 and the first town hall was built only in 1876. However, education was already a priority in the town with seven schools already organized by 1868.
Woodbury has a population of 46,463 people as of the 2000 Census. Most of the residents are Whites (90.04%) while the rest are Asians (5.01%), African Americans (2.51%) and those from other races. The population is fairly young with an average age of 33 years old.
Most residents lead a comfortable life with an average income of $84,997 for every family and $76,109 for every household. The city has a per capita income of $32,606, with only 1.7% of the population living below poverty level and only 0.8% of the families living below the poverty level.
Residents of Woodbury enjoy a peaceful and quality life in the city punctuated by regular recreational activities both for individuals and families. Woodbury promotes family and togetherness so it has put into place several recreational destinations not only for its residents but also for visitors.
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