Heritage Buildings, Minneapolis Photos

While Minneapolis, MN is noted for its array of modern highrises, there a still many rich historic buildings to be seen.

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Foshay Tower. Minneapolis, MN.Heritage Foshay Tower sits between glass highrises. Minneapolis, MN.Qwest Building. Minneapolis, MN.Upper stories & transmission cones on Qwest Building. Minneapolis, MN.
Foshay Tower (1929) (821 Marquette Ave.) (32 floors). Minneapolis, MN. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Magney & Tusler + Leon Arnal. On National Register.Heritage Foshay Tower sits between glass highrises. Minneapolis, MN.Qwest Building (1932) (224 South 5th St.) (26 floors). Minneapolis, MN. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Hewitt & Brown.Upper stories & transmission cones on Qwest Building. Minneapolis, MN.
Art Deco entrance of Qwest Building. Minneapolis, MN.Art Deco details of Qwest Building. Minneapolis, MN.Grand Hotel. Minneapolis, MN.Rand Tower. Minneapolis, MN.
Art Deco entrance of Qwest Building. Minneapolis, MN.Art Deco details of Qwest Building. Minneapolis, MN.Grand Hotel (615 2nd Ave South). Minneapolis, MN.Rand Tower (1929) (527 Marquette Ave.) (27 floors). Minneapolis, MN. Architect: Holabird & Root.
Farmer's and Mechanic's Savings Bank of Minneapolis now an entrance for Westin Minneapolis. Minneapolis, MN.Lumber Exchange / Edison Building. Minneapolis, MN.Romanesque arched stone entrance of Lumber Exchange. Minneapolis, MN.Hennepin Center for the Arts & view along North 6th Street. Minneapolis, MN.
Farmer's and Mechanic's Savings Bank of Minneapolis (1941) (88 South 6th St.) (stone reliefs by Warren T. Moseman) now an entrance for Westin Minneapolis. Minneapolis, MN.Lumber Exchange / Edison Building (1886) (12 floors) (10 5th St. South). Minneapolis, MN. Style: Victorian Romanesque. Architect: Long & Kees.Romanesque arched stone entrance of Lumber Exchange. Minneapolis, MN.Hennepin Center for the Arts (former Masonic Temple) (1888-90) (8 floors) (524-30 Hennepin Ave.) & view along North 6th Street. Minneapolis, MN. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque. Architect: Long & Kees. On National Register.
Gluek's Restaurant. Minneapolis, MN.Baker Building. Minneapolis, MN.Carved stonework of Baker Building. Minneapolis, MN.LaSalle Apartments. Minneapolis, MN.
Gluek's Restaurant (1902) (16 North 6th St.). Minneapolis, MN. Architect: Boehme & Cordella.Baker Building (1926) (706 South 2nd Ave.) (12 floors). Minneapolis, MN. Architect: Larson & McLaren.Carved stonework of Baker Building. Minneapolis, MN.LaSalle Apartments (former YMCA) (1919) (36 South 9th St.) (13 floors). Minneapolis, MN. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Long & Lamoreaux. On National Register.
Former Milwaukee Road Railroad Depot. Minneapolis, MN.Milwaukee Road Depot reflected in modern building. Minneapolis, MN.Grain Exchange East Building. Minneapolis, MN.Decoration of Grain Exchange East Building. Minneapolis, MN.
Former Milwaukee Road Railroad Depot (1899). Minneapolis, MN. Style: Renaissance Revival. On National Register.Milwaukee Road Depot reflected in modern building. Minneapolis, MN.Grain Exchange East Building (1909) (South 4th St.) (12 floors). Minneapolis, MN. Architect: Long, Lamoreaux & Long.Decoration of Grain Exchange East Building. Minneapolis, MN.
Grain Exchange East Building & Qwest Tower. Minneapolis, MN.Renaissance Square. Minneapolis, MN.Portal of Renaissance Square. Minneapolis, MN.Renaissance Square facade details. Minneapolis, MN.
Grain Exchange East Building & Qwest Tower. Minneapolis, MN.Renaissance Square (1899) (512 Nicollet Mall) (10 floors). Minneapolis, MN. Architect: Long & Long.Portal of Renaissance Square. Minneapolis, MN.Renaissance Square facade details. Minneapolis, MN.
Medical Arts Building. MN.Neogothic trim of crown of Medical Arts Building. Minneapolis, MN.Nicollet Mall with Medical Arts Building & AT&T Towers. Minneapolis, MN.Basilica of Saint Mary. Minneapolis, MN.
Medical Arts Building (1930) (825 Nicollet Mall) (19 floors). MN. Style: Long & Thorshov.Neogothic trim of crown of Medical Arts Building. Minneapolis, MN.Nicollet Mall with Medical Arts Building & AT&T Towers. Minneapolis, MN.Basilica of Saint Mary (1915) (Hennepin Ave. & 16th St.) (Height 52 m 172 ft). Minneapolis, MN. Style: Baroque Revival. Architect: Emmanual Louis Masqueray. On National Register.

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