Land Parcels For Sale In Minnesota

Chris Fritch with KW Commercial is proud to present land parcels for sale in Minnesota!

21057 Highway 65 is a 12.68 acre prime parcel zoned Commercial/Golf Course and is bank owned. Situated with fantastic visibility from Highway 65, utilities are available from the municipality of East Bethel, MN. Other retailers are nearby as well as Cedar Creek Elementary School, Hidden Haven Golf Club, a post office, restaurants, and more. $499,000

21057 Hwy 65 Map


13319 Highway 65 is 1.35 acres and sits directly on MN Highway 65 in Ham Lake Mn. The nearest parcel just sold and will be the future home of a sports facility. Zoned CD1 $375,000 Fantastic visibility!


For sale in Elk River just off of Highway 169 near the heart of this city. One of the best sushi restaurants around is just north of these parcels.Many other eateries, retail, and  professional buildings are sprinkled in this vicinity as well as Cub Foods and Home Depot.

1.78 acres $135,000

Pines Town


47.78 Acres are available for commercial development. There are 2 PID’s,  it is zoned Central Business/Industrial with fantastic visibility from Mn Highway 65. 1360 221st Ave NE in East Bethel.


1360 221st Ave NE

22126 Highway 65 consists of 24 acres with prime visibility from Mn Highway 65 and 221st Ave where stoplights are installed at this intersection. $675,000

22126 Hwy 65 map

All of these commercial properties are proudly brought to you by Chris Fritch with KW Commercial 763-746-3996




Want to throw the ultimate #SuperBowl party?

So you want to throw the most memorable Super Bowl Game party that your friends will be talking about until … well, next year? Here’s a few things you can do to score a touchdown of your own this season.

PLAN YOUR GUEST LIST Your number one to-do for the big game is be prepared. Plan your guest list before sending out any invites. Build your list according to how many people you can comfortably fit in your home or specified venue. Think about who will need a spot to sit and watch the entire game in comfort and who will be up moving and mingling with friends. An extra rule-of-thumb: be sure that everyone can see a TV!

CLEAN UP, STOCK UP, SET UP The week before the party give yourself plenty of time to do a deep clean. Vacuum, dust, windex, get rid of all of the dog hair… you know what to do. Once your home is squared away and there’s room for supplies, it will be time to stock up with groceries, party supplies, ingredients for the best game day dishes and cocktails (keep reading!), and don’t forget to make sure you have plenty of ice prepped. Now that you’re stocked and can breathe in the scent of a fresh, clean home, it’s time to get to the fun part – setting up. Decorations will be an asset to your party – so let your creative flag fly. Not sure where to start? Try these simple, yet innovative decorations that you can create yourself with just a few materials.

Astroturf coasters – cut out squares or circle coasters from a sheet of astroturf. Using a white paint pen, draw a few lines that you would see on the field or get creative with football-related quotes.

Penalty flag napkins and holder – Stamp a square on contact paper to a steel or tin bucket and label it “penalty flag.” Simply fill the bucket with yellow napkins aka penalty flags. Guests can hand out penalties to anyone who makes a mess.

Football field table runner – Instead of a solid colored tablecloth to display your cocktails, beer, and soda, design a table runner to look like a football field using chalkboard contact paper. Invite your guests to grab a piece of chalk and share their winning strategies.

Concession stand – Create a banner to hang over the entree or snack table that reads “Concessions,” using a line or two of yarn and clothespins, hang a few different snack bags or candy bags beneath your sign and display the rest of your snacks on various shelves or boxes on the table. Just like you would see in a concession stand window.

BRING THE HEAT WITH FOOD AND DRINK We know your party is going to be epic, but this is where your party becomes a legend that all of your friends look forward to each year. If you’re not sure what to serve or are pressed for time, we’ve gathered a couple easy crowd pleasers that are guaranteed to score you a touchdown with your friend’s tastebuds.

~Buffalo Chicken Crescent Ring~ Simply combine cream cheese, hot sauce, and ranch dressing until well mixed, then add in shredded chicken and cheddar or blue cheese and mix well. Next, lay the base of each crescent roll in a ring shape on a greased cookie sheet or baking pan. Place the filling in the ring shape around the base of the Crescent Rolls and fold over each point so that they tuck under the ring. Bake at 375 degrees for just 20-25 minutes or until everything is golden brown. Serve Warm!

~Baked French Dip Sliders~ Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and grease a 9 x 13 baking dish. Without separating the rolls, slice a package of hawaiian sweet rolls in half. Place the bottom half of the rolls in the baking dish. Top with the 6 slices of the provolone cheese, roast beef, french fried onions, another 6 slices of cheese, and the other half of the rolls. In a small bowl, melt the butter and mix in 1 tablespoon of au jus seasoning mix, Worcestershire sauce, sesame seeds, dried minced garlic, onion powder, and seasoned salt. Whisk until well combined. Top the rolls evenly with this mixture and bake the sliders uncovered until the cheese is gooey and the tops of the rolls are golden brown, 15-20 minutes. While the sliders are baking, take the remaining au jus mixture and place in a small saucepan over medium heat. Add 2 cups cold water and whisk. Bring to a boil and then reduce the heat to a simmer to allow it to slightly thicken, serve the sauce and sandwiches at your football concession stand.

ENJOY Is there anything else to say? You did it. Now, go bask in your glory as the ultimate party host! (send me an invite!)

Anoka Redevelopment Site

The City of Anoka is proud to offer an opportunity for redevelopment at this 2.4 acre site!

With nearly 2.4 acres available, this redevelopment site will be perfect for for retail, residential, commercial development for new housing. Ideally the city would appreciate street level retail with residential housing or condos above the retail space, or mixed commercial use. The City is open to negotiating an offer on this prime real estate.

Anoka Redevelopment Land

2.4 acre redevelopment site in Anoka MN

Some of the previous uses include a parking lot across from the old Anoka High School that converted to Sandburg Middle School, which is now used as the Anoka Hennepin Sandburg Education Center where 60 to 80 district staff members have made it their new home. The school’s media center was converted to the school board’s new meeting room and the gyms are  opened up for community to use.

Anoka Redevelopment Site

Lots included in the Anoka Redevlopment site


Two rivers, the Rum and the Mississippi, played an integral part in Anoka’s settlement. Father Lewis Hennepin first visited this area in 1680 and settlers came to stay in 1844. Prior to the 1800’s, the area surrounding Anoka was claimed by the Dakota, but later the Ojibwa pushed the Dakota westward across the Mississippi. The territory of Anoka then became a neutral ground between the two tribes. The name Anoka was derived from two Indian words, the Dakota word A-NO-KA-TAN-HAN meaning on both sides of the river, and the Ojibwa word ON-O-KAY, meaning working waters.

The first settler in the Anoka area was Joseph Belanger who built a log cabin on the east side of the Rum River near its mouth. Initially, the cabin was used as a trading post with the Indians, but later was used as a temporary home for a number of early settlers.

In the late 1840’s, the first logging operations took place in the Anoka area. The logs were floated down the Rum River to the Mississippi River to the sawmill in St. Anthony. In 1853, the first dam was constructed on the Rum River at its present location and in 1854 the first sawmill began operation. Other saw mills, wood working plants, and cooper shops-barrel makers quickly sprang up along the banks of the Rum River using water as their source of power. For the next twenty years milling was an important industry in Anoka.

After the decline of the sawmills in late 1885, a Board of Trade was organized to encourage other industries to move to Anoka. In 1886, a potato starch factory was built on the west side of the Rum River north of the dam. During this time, before the Red River Valley opened, Anoka was the center of potato production. Also operating at this time was the Anoka Shoe Factory which employed 80 people and produced 800 pairs of shoes per day. In 1898, a bill was passed by the state legislature to construct a state hospital in Anoka. The hospital is now known as the Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center.

In 1856, a ferry was established across the Mississippi river, connecting Anoka with the City of Champlin. After 28 years of operation, the ferry was replaced in 1884 by a steel bridge. The bridge had a turntable in the middle, operated by a hand winch that opened up two channels to allow boats to pass up or down the river. Other transportation in that era was a horse-drawn streetcar system and rail service to St. Paul.

It is believed that Anoka was the first city in the United States to put on a Halloween celebration. In early 1920, Anoka merchants and other interested citizens joined together in a move to stop Halloween pranks. The idea was to have a big Halloween party for all the children with free candy and lots of entertainment. In October of 1920, Anoka had its first Halloween celebration. The celebration has been held every year since, with the exception of two years during WWII. Anoka considers itself to be the “Halloween Capital of the World” and now has many events during October including football games, costume contests, block parties, Grey Ghost 5k run, and two parades.

The house at 210 Monroe St. was  lifted off its foundation and placed on cribbing — which is described as life-size Lincoln logs. The house was towed to a new lot one block away at 314 Monroe. It was built in the 1880’s.

Anoka Minnesota is a desirable city to live, work, and play! Businesses in Anoka have been well established for several years and welcome any additional residents and companies that would benefit from this amazing community!

Brought to you by Chris Fritch KW Commercial 763-746-3996