The West Seventh - Homecroft neighborhoods are the historic core of St. Paul. West 7th is bordered on the north and west by Interstate 35E. The Mississippi River is the southern border and to the east is West Kellogg Boulevard. Irvine Park and Uppertown are part of the neighborhood. West Seventh is often referred to as the "West End," not to be confused the "West Side." West Seventh is a culturally diverse neighborhood found on the bluffs of the Mississippi River. Click to Read More
West Seventh Street in St. Paul is also known as Fort Road due to its location on historic Native American and fur trader paths along the river. The West End’s rich history has produced a wide variety of dining and entertainment options. There are also a selection of eclectic shops and services. The West 7th area shares schools with Highland Park and Macalester-Groveland. The area has public, private and charter school options from which to choose.