Osborn370 is located in the heart of downtown Saint Paul, which has experienced continued growth in its business community. Plus, it’s at the epicenter of a burgeoning residential community located along the Mississippi Riverfront.


Take a walk along the Mississippi River over lunch. Dining options within walking distance are plentiful, from St. Paul Grill, Meritage, Kincaids, or Lund’s & Byerlys. Enjoy summer event concerts at Mears Park, Rice Park or Harriet Island, all within walking distance. In the winter, lace up those ice skates and head over to the WinterSkate Rink in Rice Park.

After hours entertainment can be found at the Amsterdam, the newly renovated Palace Theater, the Ordway Theater, the Fitzgerald Theatre, and the Xcel Energy Center, to just name a few. Take your family to enjoy the MN Science Museum and the MN Children’s Museum, all just blocks away. Osborn370 is at the center of it all in downtown Saint Paul.


Just footsteps from Xcel Energy Center (MN Wild), CHS Field (St. Paul Saints) the Minnesota Science and Children’s Museums and Mears Park — home of the Lowertown Blues and Funk Fest.

Science Museum
Palace Theater
Xcel Energy Center
CHS Field
Ordway Center
Fitzgerald Theater
Rice Park
Wabasha Bike Lane
Eclipse Records
Central Library

Food & Drink

Close to a wide range of award-winning dining options, including St. Paul Grill, Amsterdam, Meritage and Kincaid’s. Plus up-and-coming hotspots such as foodie favorite Saint Dinette. And did we mention the food trucks outside of our front door?

St. Paul Grill/Hotel
The Loon Café
Food trucks
Lunds & Byerly’s
Farmer’s Market


  • Multiple parking facilities within three blocks
  • Steps away from Metro Transit bus lines and Light Rail system
  • Capital City Bikeway, now on Wabasha, out front of the building
  • 14 minutes to Minneapolis
  • 9 minutes to MSP Airport
Parking Ramp
Biking Options
Scooter Options
Light Rail
Express Bus

Image credits: biking options, CHS Field by Robert Ferdinandt; foodtrucks, farmers market, video, by Visit Saint Paul, others by Therese Steinhoff Photography