About Locke Pointe

Locke Pointe is a community of 26 single family homes nestled in the heart of Fridley, Minnesota.  The 26 homes are part of a Homeowners Association (HOA).  Each owner controls their lot and home, but the HOA provides members with various maintenance services for their property.  Homes in our development are at least 1700 finished square feet, and some larger floorplans have well over 2200 finished square feet.


Locke Pointe is part of the Fridley Civic Campus, a large 33 acre mixed use development.  The property used to contain a park area, and the Columbia Ice Arena. The City of Fridley decided to redevelop the parcels, and the project took shape as the Civic Campus.  The Civic Campus itself contains Fridley’s Government Center with Police, Fire, Administration, and Public Works. In addition to these services, there are walking trails, water features, and 2 residential communities; one of which is Locke Pointe.

Locke Pointe started as a Pulte community, and Pulte began development of the site in the front half of 2018.  Individual lots started to become available in the summer of 2018, with the first closings for the new homes occurring in the winter of 2019.  The development completed all closings with individual homeowners in early 2020, and with that the owners took control of the Association and governance of the community.

The floorplans in Locke Pointe were part of Pulte’s Encore collection of homes.  4 floorplans were available:  Abbeyville, Castlerock, Ascend, and Martin Ray.  In the original build, there were 6 homes that required basements, and all owners had an option to add an upper level loft to their home.