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Apex Apartments provide aerial view 202015101 Greenhaven Drive, then called the Observatory, now called Apex. Built 1986, located blocks from I-35 near Burnsville Center, Buck Hill, Alimagnet Dog Park and Crystal Park, the Apex is nestled in a green oasis amongst the trees which allows you to immerse in the spacious scenery, while still being minutes from the heart of Burnsville. Large windows, vaulted ceilings and lots of natural light allow you to take in the beautiful views from the comfort of your own home. A pet-friendly property, your four-legged family members can also enjoy the natural scenery with your private patio or balcony. Whether you’re coming back from a day of hitting the trails, just finished a work-out at the on-premise fitness center or wrapped up a match on the tennis court, unwind and relax in the sauna, pool or hot tub.
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Aeial of the County Road 5 and Highway 13 areaAerial view of 2800 Highway 13 showing Burnsville Motors Sales and Service and surrounding County Road 5. Photo 2020.
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Grande Market Place and Ames Center2015 Grande Market Place and Ames Center.
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Provence ApartmentsView from Provence Apartments, built in 2001 and located at 1711 W 143rd Street.
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Observatory apartments now the ApexObservatory Apartments, 15101 Greehaven Drive and surrounding area.
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Crystal Lake by air, 2017View of Crystal Lake by air 2017.
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Aerial Highway 13 and Cliff Road2017 aerial Cliff Road, Highway 13 visible by Peter Jerde.
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Walser Nissan by airA view of Walser Nissan 2020.
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Ames Construction and original Town HallAmes Construction property in 2020 on County Road 5. A portion of the building in the background, near County Road 5 was the original Town Hall for Burnsville.
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Fall view of 35WInterstate 35W Fall 2020 compliments of Ames Construction.
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Aerial view Earley Lake2020 - Aerial view of Earley Lake.
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Viewing the Burnsville High School from the Gallery ApartmentsView of the Burnsville High School from The Gallery Apartments, 200 E. Burnsville Parkway.
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New 35 W BridgePhoto compliments of Randy Monnens and Savage Pacer.

I-35W lane closures over Minnesota River begin Thursday- By Deena Winter Savage Pacer Oct 17, 2018

Rust-colored piles east of the northbound lane on the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge are a clear sign work is well underway in rebuilding the mammoth bridge between Burnsville and Bloomington.

"They're building a new bridge next to it," said Minnesota Department of Transportation spokeswoman Kirsten Klein.

Workers are building new northbound lanes on the east side of the bridge and then will move all traffic to that side to build new southbound lanes, she said.

Motorists traveling southbound on Interstate 35W between 106th Street in Bloomington and Cliff Road in Burnsville should be ready for alternating lane closures beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18, as the state begins a long-term lane closure.

Klein said the good news is three lanes will be maintained in both directions during peak travel times (daytime). That means one of the four southbound lanes will be lost between 106th and Cliff Road through the summer of 2021. The Mn-PASS express lanes will remain open.

If you use the 106th Street ramp to southbound I-35W, get ready for that to close Thursday through the summer of 2021. Motorists should follow the signed detour using northbound I-35W and 98th Street to access southbound I-35W. The Highway 13 ramp won't be affected, she said.

These lane and ramp closures are part of a $127 million, multiyear project to replace the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge. Klein said the bridge was nearing the end of its lifespan and "can't go any wider."

The work began Aug. 20 and will last until November 2021. The resulting bridge will be wider, with a new trail and truck lane. The new bridge and pavement will lift I-35W out of the floodplain and improve pedestrian access across the river and improve safety, enhance mobility, smooth out the road surface and upgrade drainage, according to MnDOT.

The work includes:

Reconstructing the I-35W Bridge spanning the Minnesota River and 106th Street.
Replacing pavement from Cliff Road to 106th Street.
Constructing a pedestrian and bike trail along the east side of I-35W between Black Dog Road and Lyndale Avenue.
Extending the truck climbing lane on northbound I-35W from West 106th Street to Cliff Road.
Improving signing, lighting and drainage.

MnDOT is partnering with Dakota County, Hennepin County and the cities of Bloomington and Burnsville on the project. For more information about this project or to sign up for email updates, go to mndot.gov/metro/projects/i35wbloomington.
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New 35 W BridgePhoto compliments of Randy Monnens and Savage Pacer.

I-35W lane closures over Minnesota River begin Thursday- By Deena Winter Savage Pacer Oct 17, 2018

Rust-colored piles east of the northbound lane on the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge are a clear sign work is well underway in rebuilding the mammoth bridge between Burnsville and Bloomington.

"They're building a new bridge next to it," said Minnesota Department of Transportation spokeswoman Kirsten Klein.

Workers are building new northbound lanes on the east side of the bridge and then will move all traffic to that side to build new southbound lanes, she said.

Motorists traveling southbound on Interstate 35W between 106th Street in Bloomington and Cliff Road in Burnsville should be ready for alternating lane closures beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18, as the state begins a long-term lane closure.

Klein said the good news is three lanes will be maintained in both directions during peak travel times (daytime). That means one of the four southbound lanes will be lost between 106th and Cliff Road through the summer of 2021. The Mn-PASS express lanes will remain open.

If you use the 106th Street ramp to southbound I-35W, get ready for that to close Thursday through the summer of 2021. Motorists should follow the signed detour using northbound I-35W and 98th Street to access southbound I-35W. The Highway 13 ramp won't be affected, she said.

These lane and ramp closures are part of a $127 million, multiyear project to replace the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge. Klein said the bridge was nearing the end of its lifespan and "can't go any wider."

The work began Aug. 20 and will last until November 2021. The resulting bridge will be wider, with a new trail and truck lane. The new bridge and pavement will lift I-35W out of the floodplain and improve pedestrian access across the river and improve safety, enhance mobility, smooth out the road surface and upgrade drainage, according to MnDOT.

The work includes:

Reconstructing the I-35W Bridge spanning the Minnesota River and 106th Street.
Replacing pavement from Cliff Road to 106th Street.
Constructing a pedestrian and bike trail along the east side of I-35W between Black Dog Road and Lyndale Avenue.
Extending the truck climbing lane on northbound I-35W from West 106th Street to Cliff Road.
Improving signing, lighting and drainage.

MnDOT is partnering with Dakota County, Hennepin County and the cities of Bloomington and Burnsville on the project. For more information about this project or to sign up for email updates, go to mndot.gov/metro/projects/i35wbloomington.
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New 35 W BridgePhoto compliments of Randy Monnens and Savage Pacer.

I-35W lane closures over Minnesota River begin Thursday- By Deena Winter Savage Pacer Oct 17, 2018

Rust-colored piles east of the northbound lane on the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge are a clear sign work is well underway in rebuilding the mammoth bridge between Burnsville and Bloomington.

"They're building a new bridge next to it," said Minnesota Department of Transportation spokeswoman Kirsten Klein.

Workers are building new northbound lanes on the east side of the bridge and then will move all traffic to that side to build new southbound lanes, she said.

Motorists traveling southbound on Interstate 35W between 106th Street in Bloomington and Cliff Road in Burnsville should be ready for alternating lane closures beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18, as the state begins a long-term lane closure.

Klein said the good news is three lanes will be maintained in both directions during peak travel times (daytime). That means one of the four southbound lanes will be lost between 106th and Cliff Road through the summer of 2021. The Mn-PASS express lanes will remain open.

If you use the 106th Street ramp to southbound I-35W, get ready for that to close Thursday through the summer of 2021. Motorists should follow the signed detour using northbound I-35W and 98th Street to access southbound I-35W. The Highway 13 ramp won't be affected, she said.

These lane and ramp closures are part of a $127 million, multiyear project to replace the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge. Klein said the bridge was nearing the end of its lifespan and "can't go any wider."

The work began Aug. 20 and will last until November 2021. The resulting bridge will be wider, with a new trail and truck lane. The new bridge and pavement will lift I-35W out of the floodplain and improve pedestrian access across the river and improve safety, enhance mobility, smooth out the road surface and upgrade drainage, according to MnDOT.

The work includes:

Reconstructing the I-35W Bridge spanning the Minnesota River and 106th Street.
Replacing pavement from Cliff Road to 106th Street.
Constructing a pedestrian and bike trail along the east side of I-35W between Black Dog Road and Lyndale Avenue.
Extending the truck climbing lane on northbound I-35W from West 106th Street to Cliff Road.
Improving signing, lighting and drainage.

MnDOT is partnering with Dakota County, Hennepin County and the cities of Bloomington and Burnsville on the project. For more information about this project or to sign up for email updates, go to mndot.gov/metro/projects/i35wbloomington.
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35 W BridgePhoto compliments of Randy Monnens and Savage Pacer.

I-35W lane closures over Minnesota River begin Thursday- By Deena Winter Savage Pacer Oct 17, 2018

Rust-colored piles east of the northbound lane on the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge are a clear sign work is well underway in rebuilding the mammoth bridge between Burnsville and Bloomington.

"They're building a new bridge next to it," said Minnesota Department of Transportation spokeswoman Kirsten Klein.

Workers are building new northbound lanes on the east side of the bridge and then will move all traffic to that side to build new southbound lanes, she said.

Motorists traveling southbound on Interstate 35W between 106th Street in Bloomington and Cliff Road in Burnsville should be ready for alternating lane closures beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18, as the state begins a long-term lane closure.

Klein said the good news is three lanes will be maintained in both directions during peak travel times (daytime). That means one of the four southbound lanes will be lost between 106th and Cliff Road through the summer of 2021. The Mn-PASS express lanes will remain open.

If you use the 106th Street ramp to southbound I-35W, get ready for that to close Thursday through the summer of 2021. Motorists should follow the signed detour using northbound I-35W and 98th Street to access southbound I-35W. The Highway 13 ramp won't be affected, she said.

These lane and ramp closures are part of a $127 million, multiyear project to replace the I-35W Minnesota River Bridge. Klein said the bridge was nearing the end of its lifespan and "can't go any wider."

The work began Aug. 20 and will last until November 2021. The resulting bridge will be wider, with a new trail and truck lane. The new bridge and pavement will lift I-35W out of the floodplain and improve pedestrian access across the river and improve safety, enhance mobility, smooth out the road surface and upgrade drainage, according to MnDOT.

The work includes:

Reconstructing the I-35W Bridge spanning the Minnesota River and 106th Street.
Replacing pavement from Cliff Road to 106th Street.
Constructing a pedestrian and bike trail along the east side of I-35W between Black Dog Road and Lyndale Avenue.
Extending the truck climbing lane on northbound I-35W from West 106th Street to Cliff Road.
Improving signing, lighting and drainage.

MnDOT is partnering with Dakota County, Hennepin County and the cities of Bloomington and Burnsville on the project. For more information about this project or to sign up for email updates, go to mndot.gov/metro/projects/i35wbloomington.
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501 Highway 13 aerial 20202020 listing from Gonyea Commercial Properties for 501 Highway 13 East contains an aerial of Burnsville.
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Park Crysler JeepAerial view of Park Crysler Jeep 2019. Photo compliments of the dealership.
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Lake Alimagnet 2019Lake Allimagnet and ball fields, compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Lake Alimagnet Park 2019Softball field at Lake Alimagnet Park, compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Lake Alimagnet Park 2019Softball field at Lake Alimagnet Park, compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Lake Alimagnet Park 2019A view of the park surrounding Lake Alimagnet, compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Lake Alimagnet Park 2019A view of the park surrounding Lake Alimagnet, compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Aerial from the Apex 2020Aerial view from the Apex near Buck Hill.
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Aerial view of Buck Hill2018 - Aerial view of Buck Hill.
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Burnsville Crossroads aerial view of BurnsvilleLocation - Dupont Avenue and Ladybird Lane -

Leasing information created by Duke Realty includes an aerial view of property.
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Aerial Highway 13, Interstate 35W Undated aerial, likely 2018, identifies the location of Burnsville Crossroads 1 showing the Minnesota River Valley and surroundings.
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Crystal Lake by air 2000'sAerial of Crystal Lake, year and source unknown.
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Southcross Drive view.14255 Southcross Drive view.
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Crystal Lake by air 2020Air view of Crystal Lake.
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