Brooklyn Park

Brooklyn Park has five stations planned along the Blue Line Extension. Each has station is unique and offers different amenities to riders.

Artistic rendering of 63rd Avenue station and a potential future market near the LRT stop

63rd Avenue Station provides access to an existing Metro Transit Park & Ride facility, making it convenient for commuters. Their is long term plans to add retail to the area.

 

Future development and long term visions for the Brooklyn Boulevard stationBrooklyn Boulevard Station serves as a retail destination. It is currently home to many immigrant and minority-owned businesses. This station is an opportunity to celebrate Brooklyn Park’s unique community while being a conveniently located commercial district.

 

Aerial view of long term vision for 85th Avenue station including potential developments and additional buildings a North Hennepin Community College85th Avenue Station is the center for education along the line. North Hennepin Community College (NHCC) is located directly next to the station platform. The new Hennepin County library is also in the area. As development continues in the corridor this area will serve student and community needs.

 

An aerial view showing future sidewalk and pedestrian connections at 93rd Avenue station93rd Avenue Station is home currently home to hundreds of jobs with plans to add more. Convenient location near Highway 610 and Highway 169 make transportation of goods easy. It is a priority in this station area to improve pedestrian connections for employees who use the train to get to and from work.

 

 

 

 

Aerial view of future Oak Grove Parkway development

Oak Grove Station will undergo the most extreme transformation as the line develops. Currently, the area is mostly open ripe for development and job growth. Target North Campus plans to expand and continue to be a large presence near the station. It is estimated that this area could be home to nearly 1 million square feet of retail and office space once the line is complete.

 

Jeffery Lunde, Mayor | Jay Stroebel, City Manager

Learn more about LRT in Brooklyn Park here.