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Edina, Minnesota is a suburb of Minneapolis (located Southwest) and is located in Hennepin County.  Estimated population for Edina, MN is thought to be around 50,000 people.  Both Dairy Queen and Regis Salons are headquartered in Edina. 

Office Space Rates

Large firms looking to lease office space in Edina can do so in the many office parks located in the area.  Commercial buildings in these parks are home to Class A and Class B offices.  Small firms attempting to rent office space in Edina can do so in the forms of executive office suites, shared space offices, temporary suites, furnished suites, virtual offices and multi tenant arrangements.  Many times in these small office space setups, amenities can be shared among numerous tenants.  This helps lower costs for tenants.  Shared amenities may include fax / copy machines, conference / meeting room space and broadband access.  Smaller companies like law firms, ad agencies and real estate teams like to take advantage of sharing amenities.  Due to the current economy, many landlords are incentivizing potential tenants with more flexible lease agreements and discounted rates.  Rental rate prices for Edina office space can fluctuate on certain factors like location, office square foot size, floor plan and lease terms.  Allow OfficeSpaceHeaven.com to help you search and find the best office space in Edina, MN.  We have a free service and are experts in all office space leasing issues.  We have many listings for office space in Edina (zip codes:  55410, 55416, 55424, 55435, 55436, 55439, 55343).  For more listings in nearby areas such as Bloomington, Andover and Minneapolis please visit our webpage. 


Highway 62, Highway 100, U.S. Route 169, Interstate 494, State Highway 7 and Interstate 394 are some of the main thoroughfares cutting through Edina.   Some of the popular neighborhoods in the city are:  Viking Hills, Highlands, Indian Hills, Morningside, County Club District, Cahill Village, Interlachen, Rolling Green Sunnyslope and White Oaks.  Commuters traveling around the region can find ample public transportation in the forms of light rail and bus lines.  Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport is the most popular destination when flying out of the area.