Excelsior & Grand Condominiums in St. Louis Park, MN
4730 Park Commons Drive, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
4525 Park Commons Drive, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
3707 Grand Way, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
3709 Grand Way, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Front Desk Phone: 952-920-8807
Are you looking for a condo community in the popular Wolfe Park area of St. Louis Park?
Does being within walking distance to shopping and restaurants, and being located minutes away from Uptown Minneapolis sound appealing?
If so, the 301 unit mid-rise condominium building, Excelsior & Grand, could be your new home!
Located on Excelsior Blvd and Grand Way, the condo community finds itself near the ultra-popular Uptown area, and within walking distance to lake McCoy’s Public House, Starbucks, and Trader Joe’s.
Excelsior & Grand has some amazing shared amenities for their residents. Below are some of the perks available to owners.
- Club room
- Fitness center
- Outdoor heated pool
- Outdoor fire pit
- Outdoor lounge
- Heated garage parking
- Pet friendly
Common, domesticated house pets such as dogs, cats, fish or birds (“pets”) may be kept by an Owner or Occupant in his/her Living Unit, subject to these Rules and Regulations. No other animals may be kept or used anywhere on the Property. Birds, fish and other small household pets (other than dogs and cats) shall be kept in appropriate cages or tanks in the Living Unit.
A maximum of one dog or two cats, or one of each, may be kept in any Living Unit. Waivers to this rule granted by the board prior to 01-01-11 will remain in effect until a change of unit ownership occurs.
Any pet must be housed and maintained exclusively within the Owner’s Living Unit, except when under the direct control of the Owner or other handler. Outdoor pet houses, shelters or enclosures of any type are prohibited. No pet may be left unattended outdoors.
Pets are not allowed to relieve themselves on the Subject Property, except within the Owner’s Unit or in areas designated by the Board. Solid waste left on the Subject Property shall be promptly disposed of by the pet’s owner or other handler.
Pets may be walked on the Subject Property only in accordance with local leash laws.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, no rules shall be imposed which restrict the keeping of a qualified “service animal” for a disabled or handicapped person in violation of any applicable state or federal statutes, regulations or rules. However, services animals are subject to the same behavioral standards as similar types of pets.
Upon receipt of a detailed written complaint, and upon confirmation of the complaint by the Board or its representative, the pet owner will be given written notice of the compliant and will have the opportunity to meet with the Board prior to the Board’s enforcement of the Pet Regulations.
Any Unit Owner who violates this covenant shall be subject to all legal remedies available to the Association, its Board, and all other Owners as provided in the Declaration, any amendments thereto, and by law.
The Owner of a pet shall assume full responsibility for the personal injuries or property damage caused by such pet and shall be responsible to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Association, its Board and the other Owners against loss, damages, claims or liability of any kind or nature, arising from, or growing out of, any act of such pet.
Pet owners with the maximum number of pets allowed under the pet policy may host a “guest” dog or cat for a maximum of 10 days in a calendar year. Visits of longer than 10 days are in violation of the pet policy and subject to fines. The board will consider requests for extensions to this provision in extraordinary circumstances.
Accordingly, the following Regulations have been adopted for any Owner who leases his/ her Living Unit:
- All leases shall be in writing, and a copy must be provided to the Association.
- The entire Unit (not individual rooms or spaces) must be leased.
- Garage Units may only be leased to other residents of The Grand. Owners may seasonally rent Garage Units to the owners of other units.
- Leases shall be for a minimum term of six (6) months, except for a Unit acquired by a mortgagee taking title through foreclosure or a deed in lieu of foreclosure, and may include an option to lease on a month-to-month basis subject to the same conditions as the original lease after the fixed term of the lease has ended. As per the Declaration, the Board may waive the six month minimum requirement for emergencies or extenuating circumstances. No short-term rentals shall be allowed, including those through Airbnb or VRBO. Short-term rentals may be fined as a violation of both the rental policy and the security policy.
- The Unit Owner must provide the Association with a copy of the Lease Agreement containing the name of the Lessee and all occupants of the Unit, the term of the Lease Agreement, an addendum to the Lease Agreement furnished by the Association or its agency, and a fee payable to the Association for a required background check. The Lease Agreement should be delivered to the Secretary of the Association or the Association’s agent designee.
- The Lease Agreement must provide the Association with the authority to terminate the lease in the event of infractions of the Association’s Rules and Regulations;
- Rental is prohibited for transient or hotel purposes.
- Prior to occupancy by tenants, the following items must be provided to the Grand through its management agent:
- A lease that is compliant with the governing Declaration and Rules and Regulations at the Grand;
- An addendum to lease, in a form approved by the Board including a collateral assignment of rent agreement that is part of the addendum to lease;
- Written documentation of the Owner submitting appropriate filings with the City of St. Louis Park to comply with the municipal landlord registration requirements.
- An application for the purpose of screening the prospective lessee for a prior history of disruptive behavior and convictions for crimes involving a threat to personal safety or property. The application must be submitted to and administered by the agent on behalf of the Association through a reputable, licensed screening organization approved by the Board. The Owner desiring to lease the Unit shall pay the cost of the application. The application process shall be conducted in a nondiscriminatory manner and in accordance with all applicable laws. No personal data may be sought with respect to any prospective lessee with regard to race, gender, religious preference, sexual preference, marital status or any other factor which identifies the prospective lessee as being within a protected class under the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 or the Minnesota Human Rights Act. Further, no procedure may require that the prospective lessee submit to a personal interview with the Association or provide a picture or other physical identification.
- The Owner must provide the information requested in item (8) above each time a Unit is sublet to a new Lessee, or whenever the term of the lease is extended or renewed with an existing Lessee;
- On or about the anniversary date of any lease, written documentation of the Owner submitting appropriate filings with the City of St. Louis Park to comply with the municipal landlord registration requirements must be provided to the Grand through its management agent.
- Tenants shall set up an appointment with management on site prior to move in to review move in procedures and review highlights of building operations and Rules and Regulations.
- The owner shall be responsible for providing the tenant(s) with authorized unit keys, building fob, parking sticker(s) hang tag(s), and a copy of the Grand Rules and Regulations prior to move in.
- It is the Owner’s responsibility to supply a copy of the Rules and Regulations to the Lessee and to see that the Lessee complies with all Rules and Regulations of the Association; and
- The Association has the right to charge an administration fee for the processing of Lease Agreements.
- Owners may allow immediate family members, defined as mother/father, son/daughter, grandmother/grandfather/grandchild who are not providing financial consideration, to occupy a unit under the same conditions and requirements as an owner. All others will be considered renters and will be subject to corresponding requirements.
- Owners that receive any consideration from those occupying their units, whether or not they are family members, the residents are considered renters and will be subject to corresponding requirements.
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