Comfort, Convenience and Community
We want you to feel at home in every corner of Track 29—not just
your apartment. Our building amenities offer comfort and
convenience, and help to build a sense of community.
Explore Track 29’s shared amenities:
Indoor Saltwater Pool
Knock off some early-morning laps, play water polo or take a
relaxing after-work swim. The salt water is filtered with an
innovative, eco-friendly sphagnum moss
system, which purifies the water without harsh chemicals. It’s
the first saltwater & sphagnum moss pool of its kind in the
Twin Cities! In the summer, the “garage door” is open to the sunny
Outdoor Pool Patio
Complete with chaise lounges, this patio overlooks the Midtown
Greenway Bike Corridor. It’s the perfect place to spend the
afternoon in the sun, alternating between your latest magazine and
breaks to the pool.
Outdoor Fireplace, Grills & Lounge
Serve up a delicious and easy dinner from one of our outdoor gas
grills. Then get cozy with a glass of wine around the
Get together with your friends in the Track 29 Clubroom, an
easy-going gathering space ideal for entertaining. Complete with an
indoor fireplace, bar, pool table, and two large TV’s. All this can
be reserved to watch the big game with friends, celebrate your next
birthday, or just to have a spur-of-the-moment pizza party.
The Track 29 Tea Bar is a stylish place to meet with friends and
neighbors, or to simply sit and watch a little TV as you sort
though your mail. This area is fitted with sleek, urban furnishings
and complete with bicycle-delivered Peace Coffee and Rishi Tea.
Arrive at Track 29 and enter the Lobby Lounge, a beautifully
designed reception area. This sophisticated lounge includes a
fireplace, artwork by local photographer Wing Young Huie, and a
stunning ceiling-to-floor water feature. Find our concierge desk in
the Lobby Lounge, where you can pick up your package or
Whether for a business conference, a community gathering, or a
book club meeting, you can reserve the Track 29 Conference Room.
It’s outfitted with the tools you need to get the job done and
provides a quite, tasteful atmosphere sure to impress.
Zen Garden & Water Features
Practice yoga, do meditation or read a book in this beautifully
landscaped oasis. Features a bubbling water fountain.
Fully equipped with state-of-the-art cardio and weightlifting
machines, as well as free weights. Schedule an on-site personal
training with our consulting experts.
Enjoy local art curated by our professional gallery consultant.
Many pieces are for sale—start your art collection at Track 29! Art
opening events will be held semi-annually.
Year round, you and your pet have a comfortable outdoor space to
exercise and play. Our dog run features special K-9 turf and water
bowls. Plus, there’s a heated shelter with a bench just for
Children's Play Area
Built for all of our pint-sized residents, this fun little park
features a real kid-sized train (inspired by railroad tracks
discovered under the current Track 29 site). A great place to meet
other Track 29 families and friends.
Soak up some rays and take-in the exquisite skyline vistas. Or
do some grilling alfresco and mingle with other residents in our
sophisticated rooftop space.
Sculpture & Public Drinking Fountains
A public sculpture and drinking fountain created, in part, with
19th-century railroad tracks found during excavation for Track 29.
The fountain is part of a public plaza where Greenway users and
neighbors will gather.
Keep your pooch in style with our dog grooming station, complete
with washtub and grooming counter. Avoid those muddy messes in your
bathroom after an afternoon walk around Lake Calhoun.
No more excuses! You’ll be able to keep your car sparkly clean
with access to this indoor washing center.
Bicycle Storage & Repair Facility
No need to bring your bike up to your apartment—lock it in our
secure garage-level bike storage room. This room doubles as a
workshop, where you can fill your tires or do your own tune-up.
Ramp to Midtown Greenway Bike Corridor
This Midtown Greenway trail, adjacent to Track 29, was built in
the 1880s as part of the Milwaukee Road railway system. In the
2000s, Hennepin Country transformed the corridor into the biking
and walking path that exists today. The 7-mile path extends from
the Mississippi River in St. Paul through the Chain of Lakes,
Downtown Minneapolis and the western suburbs. The Greenway is
maintained and used all year, in all weather.