Apartments for Rent in Hopkins, MN - 98 Rentals available
$1,025 - $1,295
- 1-3 Beds
- 1-1.5 Baths
$899 - $1,933
- Studio-2 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
$1,095 - $2,255
- Studio-2 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
$1,135 - $1,470
CSM CorporationLast updated 20 Jan 2021
- 1-3 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
See current rent specials$889 - $1,954
- Studio-2 Beds
- 1 Bath
$1,310 - $3,040
- 1-3 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
$1,860 - $2,010
StuartCoLast updated 20 Jan 2021
- 2-3 Beds
- 2.5 Baths
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The price range for a studio apartment in Hopkins, MN is between $784 and $1,176. View all studio apartments in Hopkins, MN.
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The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Hopkins, MN is between $853 and $1,635. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Hopkins, MN now.
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The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Hopkins, MN is between $803 and $1,940. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Hopkins, MN.
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The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Hopkins, MN is between $1,025 and $1,785. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Hopkins, MN.
Renter’s Guide to Hopkins, MN
Take an 11 mile drive west of Minneapolis and in under 20 minutes (about 1 hour by public transit), you’ll arrive at the suburb of Hopkins in Hennepin County. The city is just 4 square miles in size and bordered by the suburbs of Minnetonka, Saint Louis Park, and Edina.
Yankee and Bohemian farmers first settled in the area in 1850, well before Minnesota even became a state. The settlement grew organically until 3 railways were built through the area. Soon after, factories were established and as workers came, more people flocked to the area to profit off of the growth. Then, the end of World War 2 sparked a building boom in the area and Hopkins finally became a city in 1947. Now, the city of just 4 square miles is home to 18,217 people according to the latest census data.
The weather in Hopkins is similar to most of Minnesota with hot summers and cold winters. In July, residents of Hopkins experience a summer high of 83F and a winter low of 5F in January. The city gets 32 inches of rain per year compared to the US average of 38 inches but gets significantly more snow at 48 inches per year compared to the US average of 28. Hopkins also gets less sun at just 200 sunny days per year compared to the US average of 205.
With all that being said, the seasons in Hopkins are very distinct and the variety is something that many residents appreciate.
Hopkins, MN Demographics
- Total Population18,300
Female 9,031Male 9,269
- Median Age33.1
Cost of Living in Hopkins, MN
With its close proximity to the major city of Minneapolis, Hopkins residents get to enjoy the big city amenities without paying big city prices for things like utilities and meals.
For an average one bedroom apartment, expect to spend $157.86 per month on utilities which is about $8 per month cheaper than the U.S. average. Similarly, the average phone bill in Hopkins is just $24.99, roughly $3.69 less than the national average. A meal for two would cost around $35 at a mid-range restaurant before factoring in drinks. That said, the cost of living in Hopkins is still 13.1% higher than the U.S. average when you take everything into account.
Although many Hopkins residents find it more convenient to drive, there is a pretty well-developed public transit system in Hopkins with easy access to major Minnesota cities through the Southwest Green Line Light Rail Transit system. Tickets can be bought for a little as $2 per ride or $6.5 for a 24 hour transit pass.
Average Rent in Hopkins, MN
- Hopkins, MN Average Rental Price, December 2020 $1,473 /mo
Hopkins, MN Apartment Rent Ranges
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Living in Hopkins, MN
Like with any place, living in Hopkins, MN has its pros and cons. But if you don’t mind the hot summers and cold winters or appreciate the diversity of seasons, there’s a lot to love about living in Hopkins.
With its close proximity to Minneapolis, many residents living in Hopkins choose to work and play in Minneapolis. Roughly 71.3% of residents report driving their own cars to work, 14.7% report carpooling, and 4.9% take transit.
Like any suburb, Hopkins is a great place to raise a family and has a diverse community to boost. The median age here is a spritely 33.1 years old and 55% of residents identify as White, 19.9% as Black/African American, 11.4% as Hispanic/Latino, and 9.7% identify as Asian. No matter where you come from or what your background is, you’ll find a welcoming community of like-minded people very quickly here.
Things to Do in Hopkins, MN
The city of Hopkins, MN is very tightly knit with a ton of community-based activities to enjoy. One example is the Depot Coffee House. Built in a renovated train depot, this project was started by a group of students in 1998 to create a healthy environment for teens.
For an exciting night of arts and culture, the Hopkins Centre for the Arts is a key attraction and point of interest.
For the adventurous outdoorsy types, the Shady Oaks Beach is a popular destination. Although there is a small fee for season or one-day admissions to the beach, there are tons to do. Complete with canoe, kayak and paddleboard rentals, concession stands, sand volleyball court, high dive, and a community play area for birthday parties, it’s definitely a fun thing to do with family in Hopkins, MN. Another popular destination for the adventurous is the Overpass Skate Park. With over 18,000 square feet of space, it has all the obstacles you would expect from kinked rails to staircases.
Another fun thing to do in Hopkins with kids is to take them to the Raspberry Festival held every July at the height of raspberry picking season. Among the different activities there’s a long-standing tradition of crowning the Raspberry Queen and her court from the daughters of the city’s raspberry farmers.
When it comes time to do your weekly shopping, the Shoppes at Knollwood is a popular spot for Hopkins residents. Located slightly outside of Hopkins, it is home to 45 shops representing major brands like Nordstrom Rack, Old Navy, and Cub Foods.
Employment & Economy in Hopkins, MN
The employment & economy in Hopkins is robust and in-line with the cost of living. With a median income of $53,027 per year, roughly 16.7% of the population (1,840 people) work in healthcare or social assistance, 1162 work in professional, scientific or technical service jobs, and 11.8% in retail trade.
Hopkins, MN Households
- Total Number of Households8,419
Family 3,707Non-family 4,712
Children 1,983No Children 6,436
- Average People Per Household2.14
- Median Household Income$55,025
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,067
Education in Hopkins, MN
Another key aspect that makes this such a great place to raise a family is the education in Hopkins.
The top private school in Hopkins is The Blake School. It also happens to be the best private high school, the best STEM high school, and the best college prep private school in Minnesota. Serving students from Pre-K to Grade 12, there are 1400 students but an average class size of just 12-16 students.
With such a powerhouse of a private school, the public school system in Hopkins is no slouch. The top elementary school in Hopkins is the Xinxing Academy serving students from K-6.
The top high school in Hopkins is Hopkins Senior High School ranked #20 in Minnesota for public high schools overall and a staggering #9 for athletics. Despite the name, this high school is actually located in nearby Minnetonka - an approximately 8 minute drive away.
For older students, the best university in Hopkins is the University of Phoenix-Minnesota.
Hopkins, MN Education Statistics
- No High School3%
- Some High School24%
- Some College25%
- Associate Degree8%
- Bachelor Degree30%
- Graduate Degree11%
Tips for Renting in Hopkins, MN
If you’re moving to Hopkins, you need to choose a neighborhood that matches your lifestyle and income. Within the 4 square miles that is Hopkins, there are 3 constituent neighborhoods.
One of the biggest tips for renting is to know your renter’s rights. The Minnesota Attorney General’s Office website is a great source of information. There you will find a hotline and a free guide on your rights and responsibilities as a tenant. If that doesn’t solve your problem, HOME Line Minnesota might. It is a non-profit tenant advocacy organization that provides free legal advice, education, and advocacy services to help tenants in Minnesota deal with tenant-landlord disputes.
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