Welcome to Eitel Apartments
Our leasing office is now open. Please see our video/virtual tour and call or email us to schedule an appointment time that works for you.
Making Eitel Apartments your home just got a whole lot easier: FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, GET UP TO 10 WEEKS FREE UPFRONT WITH A 12-MONTH LEASE ON SELECT UNITS!
Eitel Apartments is a historic apartment community located in Loring Park. Our central downtown Minneapolis location is near The Walker Center, I-94 and the Skyway. We offer charming studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments for rent with an impressive selection of features, including stainless steel appliances, wood flooring, oversized windows and large soaking tubs.
Loring Park also offers access to a vibrant art, recreation and restaurant scene. Notable restaurants include Cafe Lurcat, 4 Bells, Eggys Diner and Butcher & The Boar! If you're into the craft brew scene, don't forget to checkout Lakes and Legends Brewing Company, right across the street! Residents can relax with friends in the newly upgraded Sky Club, or spill out onto Eitel's rooftop sundeck complete with sun chairs, grilling stations and hot tub.
Contact us today to see what's available!
Call us: (612) 333-2425 / Email us: [email protected]
Or stop by: 1367 Willow St., Minneapolis, MN 55403
Among the most charming and compelling features of living at Eitel Apartments is our location in Loring Park. We’re close to major commuter routes, with easy access to Metro Transit, Nice Ride Bike Share, major roadways and the Minneapolis Skyway System. Enjoy shopping in Central Minneapolis, City Center, Nicollet Mall and the shops. Dining in Downtown East is a treat. Minneapolis is a theater hub, from the celebrated Guthrie Theater to the cluster of theaters in the Hennepin Avenue Theatre District. Minneapolis is also known for the music scene with venues such as First Avenue music club. Cheer for the Twins and Vikings at Target Field and US Bank Stadium within walking distance. Just past the stadium is the Mississippi River with the exquisite Minneapolis Stone Arch Bridge, as well as Father Hennepin Bluff Park.