Our Residential Work
Renovation of Minnesota's most famous backyard with northwoods-inspired style.
Comprehensive landscape management for a community of 300 single-family homes in Maple Grove MN.
Communication is our specialty. Professionals with degrees in landscape management and horticulture oversee highly trained maintenance crews.
We provide commercial landscape design, landscape architecture, and construction services to demanding commercial property owners and managers.
In addition to spring start-ups and fall winterizations, our commercial irrigation specialists will inspect and audit your system to identify opportunities to reduce costs and conserve water.
Prompt service keeps your property safe, even in the worst storms.
Minneapolis Landscaper, Southview Design, offers comprehensive landscaping warranty on plants, hardscapes, irrigation, paving, and construction.
Our Southview family has fueled our success, built many award-winning projects, inspired industry-leading customer loyalty, and helped us become one of the top 100 largest landscape firms in the United States.
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Southview offices in Mendota Heights
By Katie Mills Giorgio
"For nearly three decades, Southview Design has been providing landscape design services to both residential clients and many area home builders. Working on projects that range from outdoor kitchen and fire feature to garden layouts, outdoor lighting and retaining walls, their team-based approach to each landscape design project is at the foundation of their business model."
From company history and values, to people, and investing in marketing President Chris Clifton shares what makes Southview stand apart from the crowd.
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Originally published in SPACES Magazine, this article was also featured in the HOME section of the St. Paul MN Pioneer Press.
Updating your living space doesn’t have to break the bank – Southview Design offers tips and estimated costs to trick out your backyard.
Katie Steiner reports on how some local businesses are permitted to open their doors again. WCCO 4 News at Noon – April 9, 2020