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One of Saint Paul's most polished neighborhoods and home to three former Minnesota governors, Saint Anthony Park has a small-town feel in the middle of the city. Residents take enormous pride in preserving the small-town-if upscale-air their neighborhood holds. The neighborhood is divided into two primary residential areas: north and south. North Saint Anthony Park lays claim to higher-end homes and Milton Square, the neighborhood's quaint group of independent shops on the corner of Como and Carter avenues. For a true taste of the neighborhood's retail offerings stop in for an afternoon tea sampler at Lady Elegant's Tea Room and Gift Shoppe and then pick up a bottle of Pi not Noir at The Little Wine Shoppe. South Saint Anthony Park continues to grow in popularity and density, a trend that is likely to continue in anticipation of the light-rail line slated to run along nearby University Avenue starting in 2014. Saint Anthony Park is a pedestrian-friendly community made of up university students and faculty, and Luther Seminary brings in graduate students from around the globe. Residents describe it as a place where people return to settle down and raise a family.
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