“No one who ever got to the top of a mountain fell there.”
Summit Avenue stretches for five remarkable miles through the heart of Minnesota’s capital, St. Paul. Lined with restored Victorian mansions, this elegant boulevard has been the city’s most sought-after address since before the Civil War.
Once home to lumber barons, railroad tycoons, and authors like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sinclair Lewis, Summit Avenue today is still a place for those who believe in their dreams and work hard to achieve them.
If you’re on Summit Avenue, as one visitor says, “you've arrived.”