Village Green Co. recently unveiled a new set of renderings to promote its Soo Line Building City Apartments.
Located at 101 S. Fifth St. in Minneapolis’ Central Business District, The Soo Line Building was originally constructed for the First National Bank of Minneapolis and upon completion in 1915 became the tallest commercial building in the city. Village Green broke ground on the redevelopment project on Oct. 10, 2012, and the Soo Line Building City Apartments was slated to become the first significant luxury rental community in 25 years. The financing for the redevelopment project was provided by U.S. Bank, a longtime partner of Village Green.
“Minneapolis’ urban core is home to more than 36,000 residents, 19 Fortune 500 companies and hosts a workforce of over 160,000 people, which is why we continue to bring our luxury City brand to Minneapolis,” said Jonathan Holtzman, chairman & CEO Village Green. “Our company has nearly 100 years of experience in the housing industry, and what we’re offering at Soo Line Building City Apartments represents the best in contemporary thinking. By transforming a historic building into a mixed-use luxury rental community, restoring existing architecture and preserving features and materials – that combination of new and existing materials creates a truly green building.”
Soo Line Building City Apartments will feature 254 luxury units and will include numerous floor-plan options, from studios of 450 square feet to penthouses at 1,500 square feet. Amenities will include a fitness center, business center, conference room, restaurant with full bar, concierge, indoor/outdoor rooftop pool and hot tub, rooftop Skydeck with outdoor bar and private dining area.
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Renderings courtesy of: www.villagegreen.com