Quality Inn Northtown
9052 University Ave, NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55448
Phone: (763) 785-4746
Fax: (763) 786-9474
The Minnesota State High School in Brooklyn is well known for its Lacrosse Tournaments and other sports events. It holds Lacrosse Tournaments for boys and girls annually. But it's not all lacrosse. The school also holds tennis, soccer, and cross country running events among other things. If you're thinking it's all about sports, well, it's not. There are debating contests, one-act play presentations and even speech contests.
Affiliated with the Fellowship of Christian Assemblies, the Hope Christian Church is known for its yearly concert series. Actively involved with outreach programs and offering regular bible teaching, this small community church is a welcoming sanctuary for all. There is a children's church on Sundays besides the usual worship meetings.
Blue & White Taxi was set up in the 1930s and constantly strive to provide an affordable and safe means of transport. Committed to offer prompt service with GPS facilitated cabs to the people of Minneapolis and the suburbs, the company is one of the premier taxi companies in the twin cities. With a fleet of more than 160 cars, it has become the city's preferred service. Blue & White offer taxi as well as courier services within and outside the city.
The New Hope Church, formerly the Crystal Evangelical Free Church, evangelizes the world by proclaiming God's good news. The church focuses on promoting Christianity in the light of faith and worship. It features an array of religious events on biblical truth and spreading of the word of God. For more details on the church, do visit the website or call ahead.
With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
Spread across 48,000 square feet (4460 square meters) of space in downtown Minneapolis, The Institute of Production and Recording (I.P.R.) is a state-of-the-art media institute that offers degree courses in various fields involving Music and Entertainment Business, Audio Production and Engineering, and Sound Design. Its campus facilities includes a 24-hour accessible studio, classrooms, labs, library, cafe and bookstore that are equipped with best of the amenities in the industry. Also, you can get a chance to interact with experts and gain hands-on experience in your respective field of expertize. Apart from the providing education, the (I.P.R.) also assists in placements and finding job opportunities for you in the music and entertainment industry. All in all, The Institute of Production and Recording is a premier institute when it comes to education in media and entertainment industry.
This chain has multiple locations across the Twin Cities. Its flagship is the Arena Club, which is definitely worth a visit. The facilities at Life Time Fitness Arena include an Olympic size pool, indoor running track, double basketball court and seemingly endless number of workout machines and free weights. You will also find courts for racquetball, volleyball, badminton, handball, squash and tennis. There is an in-house café and juice bar, and locker room facilities; on-site childcare and massage are also offered. Players, coaches and staff members of the Minnesota Timberwolves often work out at the club, which is located below the team's Target Center home.
Closely tied to adjoining St. Paul, Minneapolis is every tourist's delight. With numerous coffee shops lining its streets, eateries offering scrumptious local fare and almost as many theaters as New York, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state. The state was primarily inhabited by Dakota Sioux - with the occasional incursion by French explorers - until the United States built a fort nearby in 1819. Saint Anthony Falls, central to Minneapolis, proved revolutionary in powering the city initially through its use for grist mills and later for its hydroelectric potential. General Mills founder Cadwallader C. Washburn patented his roller technology in this city, allowing pure white flour to be made much more efficiently that before.
Not considered as an architectural masterpiece, City Center opened to mixed reviews in the early 1980s and has gone through a number of face lifts over the years. It was under renovation till fall 2005. Comprised of an office, hotel and shopping complex, City Center was the first enclosed, suburban-style shopping mall downtown. Flocked by shoppers and foodies on a regular basis, City Center is a perfect hangout when with friends. Check website for further details.
This six-story Downtown YMCA branch opened in 1990 to great acclaim, and for good reason. The facility has something for everyone, including an Olympic-size pool, double gymnasium for basketball and volleyball, and an indoor running track with excellent views of Downtown Minneapolis. You will find multiple handball and racquetball courts, aerobic exercise rooms and weight training facilities. There is also a small café and juice bar to go along with the convenient skyway location in the LaSalle Plaza complex. The YMCA has 15 Twin City locations, all offering basically the same facilities along with fitness classes and sessions with personal trainers.
One of Minnesota's architectural landmarks, the IDS Center is a full block complex that includes a 57-story office tower, the Marquette Hotel and Crystal Court, home to numerous hig end chain shops. Basil's Restaurant provides a magnificent view of the 105-foot waterfall located in the center of these shops. Upstairs, a great little juice bar called Sola Squeeze will quench any thirst. Visit website for more information.
Divided into a hockey arena on one end and a basketball ground on the other, this massive sports arena is a wonderful place to catch a game or two. Williams Arena and Sports Pavilion features a unique raised floor design. The area can hold a party of 14000 people while the arena can hold up to 5000 people. At this arena one can catch the future stars of American basketball or hockey show off their skills. On match days the stadium is packed to capacity with fans rooting for their respective teams. The old Mariucci Arena within Williams was remodeled into the Sports Pavilion and now houses the volleyball, wrestling and gymnastic teams.