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Shakopee Chamber June Business in the Spotlight: Northridge Court

Designed to enhance Shakopee’s charmingly historic river district, Northridge Court is a 55+ rental community.

When It’s Time to Choose Convenience & Simplicity…Choose beautiful Northridge Court in Shakopee, Minnesota

Designed to enhance Shakopee’s charmingly historic river district, is a 55+ rental community that offers a carefree, secure and peaceful lifestyle in a city full of culture and heritage. They are scenically located next to the river which includes a lovely walking trail right next to the building and are conveniently located near downtown Shakopee and several bus stops for easy and convenient living. If you’re thinking of making the change to a community that has been lauded for its exceptional amenities, flexible living options, lovely environment, and beautiful location, you’ll find all of this and more at Northridge Court.

The building was built in 2004 by Scott County. One of their most notable residents, Marge Henderson, was on the Scott County Board at the Community Development Agency (CDA).

There have been a few changes to the building since its inception to help make the residents feel safe and more at home.

Northridge Court’s dedicated on-site staff provides resources, service options, and a variety of activities and events for Northridge Court’s active residents. Carol Thaemert, resident manager, handles marketing, leasing and some program activities for the residents. In addition, she also helps out with the cleaning of the building. Randal Bianchi, full time caretaker, is there every day of the week and Dave Monteith, maintenance man, is there once a week to help give residents that peace of mind.

They are located at 101 Fuller St. N across from Athletic Goods and . Their office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and weekends by appointment. 

Contact Info:
Phone: (952) 445-8820
Web: www.northridgecourtapts.com
Email: cthaemert@greatlakesmc.com

“The helps us get our information out there and has all kinds of things going on to be able to network with other businesses in and out of the area. It’s a reat organization to be included in. I am glad to be a Chamber Member and hope that the people that are not at this time will consider joining.”

-Carol Thaemert, Resident Manager

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