The Carlyle Condominiums in Minneapolis, MN
Address: 100 3rd Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55401
Front Desk Phone: 952-277-2700
Management Company: FirstService Residential
Management Company Phone : 952-277-2700
Do you love luxury living?
Do you want some of the most breathtaking views of downtown Minneapolis?
If you are shaking your head YES then the 39 story art deco inspired condo high rise, The Carlyle, could be the next place you consider calling home.
Located in The Mill District, The Carlyle is close to: all of the action in Minneapolis, the Mississippi River, skyway, and parks and trails.
Urban professionals love The Carlyle because of its proximity to both work and play. It also has easy access to the riverfront which hosts amazing paths for running, walking, and biking. The necessities are also in arms reach with both Whole Foods and northeast Lunds & Byerlys being a stone’s throw away!
If over the top luxury amenities are high on your list, then The Carlyle definitely won’t disappoint. Below are some of the stunning perks available to residents.
- A top-notch pool with plenty lounging chairs
- Outdoor hot tub
- Outdoor kitchen and grills
- Outdoor firepit and seating
- 24/7 fitness center
- Club room available to residents to book the space for parties or gatherings
- Guest suites available to rent for incoming visitors
- Catering kitchen
- Wine room
- Yoga room
- Heated garage stalls
- Climate controlled wine lockers and wine bar
Unit Styles Available
The Carlyle offers a range of different unit types. You can find 1 bedroom 1 bathroom condos selling around the $350k-$400k range, then step up to 2 bedroom 2 bathrooms for $450k-$900k+, and finally you can buy a 3 bedroom 3 bathroom for $1.5M+.
All units association fees include:
- Air Conditioning
- Snow/Lawn Care
- Outside Maintenance
- Hazard Insurance
- Cable TV
- Building Exterior
- Security Staff
- Security System
- Professional Management
The Mill District is a part of the Downtown East neighborhood which borders the Mississippi River and is home to the iconic Stone Arch Bridge. Home to several cultural buildings, such as the Guthrie Theater, Mill City Museum, and the MacPhil Center for Music, residents can walk to see a variety of art performances! The Carlyle residents are also within walking distance to great restaurants like Kindee Thai, Sea Change, and Bushel & Peck.
1. Common, domesticated house pets such as dogs, cats, fish or birds (“pets”) may be kept by a resident in his/her 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 Unit.
2. A maximum of two dogs or two cats, or one of each, may be kept in any Unit.
3. Any pet must be housed and maintained exclusively within the responsible Owner’s Unit. Pets must be leashed in conformance with local leash laws and under the direct control of the Owner housing the pet or other handler at all times on the Property. When on the premises and outside the dwelling unit, all pets must be controlled by the Owner or handler, either through use of a leash, by carrying the pet, or transporting it inside a pet carrier. Outdoor pet houses, shelters or enclosures of any type are prohibited. Pets may not be kept or tethered on balconies and terraces. (Amended by the Board of Directors on 2/11/13)
4. Owners are responsible to pay for any damage to the Property caused by pets housed within such Owner’s Unit, and are obligated to hold harmless and indemnify the Association, and its officers and directors, against any loss, claims or liability arising out of any act of the pet.
5. Pets are not allowed to relieve themselves on the Property, except for certain pets, such as cats or birds, within the responsible Owner’s Unit. For the purposes of this Rule, the Property is defined as the building interior, and exterior of The Carlyle and The Carlyle Commercial Space including the Porte Cochere, sidewalks, and landscaping elements. Owners or other handlers are responsible for prompt clean-up of pet waste. In the event that pet waste is not promptly cleaned-up by Owners or pet handlers, the current clean-up fee ($50 per instance at this time) will be charged to the unit.
(Amended by the Board of Directors on 2/11/13 and 12/9/13)
6. Pets, with the exception of qualified ‘service animals,’ are not allowed in the party room, wine room, catering kitchen, board room, fitness center, spa area, or amenity deck.
7. Any repeated or prolonged disturbance by a pet, such as noise, odor, waste, or threatening or nuisance activity, may be cause for imposition of a fine on the Owner of the Unit housing the pet and/or the removal of the offending pet from the Property. Decisions concerning the removal of a pet shall be made by the Board; however, upon the written request of the affected Owner the removal of the pet shall be determined by a vote of the Owners at a meeting of the Association provided that the Owner requesting the meeting must pay the cost of calling and holding the
8. 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, service animals are subject to the same behavioral standards as similar types of pets.
Section 2 of the Bylaws authorizes the Board to require all Owners to register certain information with the Association prior to the lessee moving into the Carlyle. In order to further ensure the health, safety, and welfare of all residents of The Carlyle, the Board believes it is necessary to establish reasonable procedures for registering residents and maintaining records on an ongoing basis as residents move in and out of the Building. It is also important that the Association establish controls with regard to residents who may have had a prior history of disruptive behavior in earlier residences and who have been convicted of crimes which
involved threats to personal safety or to property. Accordingly, the following Rules apply to Owners who lease their Units, and to their lessees.
1. Leases shall be for a minimum term of six (6) months (except that mortgage holders acquiring title to a Unit through foreclosure or deed in lieu of foreclosure shall be exempt, and the Board may waive the requirement for emergencies or extenuating circumstances).
2. The entire Unit (not individual rooms or spaces) must be leased, unless the Owner contemporaneously occupies the Unit.