Description of Minneapolis
Minneapolis is first in the nation in literacy and second in per capita theaters. It is also known for its Orchestra, Mall of America, Art Museums, and the Sculpture Garden with the Cherry Spoon near Loring Park and the Walker Art Center.
Minneapolis is on the Mississippi River where you will find riverboats to ride on and by its banks, interesting walks. Minneapolis is also home to professional sports teams and many restaurants and bars with musical entertainment.
Description Of North Loop
Formerly the warehouse district, with a number of paper warehouses and foundries, the North Loop has turned into an upscale residential area near downtown, but with almost all the amenities of a self-sufficient neighborhood. It has small markets and delis, a dry cleaner, a hardware store, coffee shops, restaurants, bars, entertainment, and a park.
Description of Block
The building includes a 9th floor fitness room and event space, opening to a rooftop terrace. - It rises just north of the Interstate 94 West access ramps into Downtown Minneapolis. - The building's facade features exposed concrete, floor-to-ceiling glass, and zinc panels. - It takes its name from the neighboring Bookmen Lofts, a loft renovation of the 5-story Bookmen Printing Building. - The southeast facade is totally glass, with recessed balconies, and faces the downtown Minneapolis skyline. - The northeast end leans toward the Bookmen Lofts, and features punched window openings in the zinc facade. - The underground garage is reached via 5th Avenue North. It features an asymmetrical roof, also clad in zinc. - The diagonal structural concrete trusses are visible from outside through the glazing on the southwest end of the building. - There is a modest entrance along 6th Avenue North, and a small one-story lobby projecting into the landscaped garden to the building's southeast. - The final phase will include a one-story restaurant along 5th Avenue North.
Nestled amid the bustling freeways entering downtown Minneapolis, the Bookmen Stacks is a 9-story, 45-unit contemporary residential development in the popular Minneapolis Warehouse District. Viewed by thousands of drivers on a daily basis, Bookmen Stacks’ prime location gives the structure high visibility, which generated many passerby double takes during the rapid construction of its unique structural system. Although, like most of the warehouses in the district, this condominium project used concrete as the primary structural element, Bookmen Stacks stands in stark contrast to its brick-clad neighbors. While architecture is typically the defining measure of a structure’s creativity, for this development, it is the innovative precast concrete structural system that sets Bookmen Stacks apart.
Description of Units
Bookmen Stacks is one of the newest condominium developments to hit the trendy Minneapolis Warehouse District. These condominium units are not like the rest. They boast plenty of open interior spaces and some of best views of the downtown skyline and have the distinct advantage. This building project has an excellent location with many desired amenities.
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