Developers Propose 'Ultra-Luxury' Condo Tower for Minneapolis' Mill District

A partial panoramic view from the proposed location of Eleven, an Photo: Courtesy Spacecrafting
A partial panoramic view from the proposed location of Eleven, an

March 07, 2018 01:42 PM

Developers have proposed what they call an "ultra-luxury" high-rise condo building for Minneapolis' Mill District on the downtown waterfront. 

The 39-story tower, which would be named Eleven, would be designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects, which has designed similarly-styled buildings including 15 Central Park West in New York, according to a release.


Plans for the building, which would be developed by Luigi Bernardi and Ryan Companies, were being shared with Minneapolis city officials and the Downtown Minneapolis Neighborhood Association, the release says. 

Each floor would comprise one to five units, for a total of 101 homes, according to the release. The glass and masonry building would feature panoramic views of downtown Minneapolis and the river and a landscaped rooftop deck with a pool. 

If approved, the release says construction could begin by the end of 2018 and open to residents in 2020. 


Michael Oakes

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