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Old Posted Oct 11, 2018, 5:17 AM
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Glad to see something in the 500-600 foot range here! I just hope it get's built!
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Old Posted Oct 17, 2018, 4:39 PM
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Approved...construction to start early in the new year.

http://www.startribune.com/eleven-co...ers/497739201/

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Old Posted Oct 18, 2018, 1:15 AM
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Very exciting, not every day that Minneapolis gets a tower this big
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2018, 9:00 AM
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No....We could use a few more!
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Old Posted Mar 26, 2019, 9:15 PM
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Construction begins June 2019 according to city documents.

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Construction begins June 2019 according to city documents.

excellent news!

this one is gonna really stretch the minneapolis skyline out of its CBD comfort zone.

this will be the tallest building in the midwest (not including chicago) not located within a CBD.
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Old Posted Apr 26, 2019, 5:28 AM
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Site work has begun for this, construction permits pulled. Two 500 foot + buildings going up at the same time in Minneapolis....it has been over 25 years since that has happened, or since we have had a 500 footer go up. We have had many just a few feet shy of 500 in that time, but none over.

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Very nice!!!!
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With talk of energy savings in New York and the environmental impact, in particular on migratory birds, in Chicago of glass and steel structures, I wonder if more designs like this are in store for cities. Does anyone know if cladding like this is more energy efficient and better for local wildlife?
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With talk of energy savings in New York and the environmental impact, in particular on migratory birds, in Chicago of glass and steel structures, I wonder if more designs like this are in store for cities. Does anyone know if cladding like this is more energy efficient and better for local wildlife?
It would be my guess that a tower with a non-reflective cladding would be much safer for migratory birds.
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http://tcbmag.com/news/articles/2019...ures-financing

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The 118-unit Eleven project has taken a major step forward after securing construction financing for the project. Commercial real estate projects are just plans until construction financing is secured.

A statement from Ryan Companies indicated that it is “the largest construction loan ever secured for a condominium project in the state of Minnesota.” But the amount of the loan was not disclosed.

Eleven is being developed by Luigi Bernardi of Edina-based Arcadia LLC, project sponsor and co-developer, and Minneapolis-based Ryan Cos. US Inc., which is serving as co-developer and builder. Ryan Cos. is partnering with New York-based Robert A.M. Stern Architects on the design.

The 41-story Eleven will be 550 feet tall and located in the Mill District area of downtown Minneapolis near the Mississippi River. A statement from Ryan Cos. indicated that Eleven will become “Minneapolis’ tallest residential building.”
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7/22.

Utility work continues.

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8/9.

Utility equipment is gone from the site. Facade samples set up for review?

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Foundation permit valued at 10 million issued: http://apps.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/PIA...=2302924440021

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FOOTING AND FOUNDATIONS UP TO THE BOTTOM OF LEVEL 2. SLAB ON LEVEL 2 NOT INCLUDED. BUILDING IA TYPE 1A. POST TENSIONED CONCRETE. SAC NOT INCLUDED IN THIS PERMIT. (JJL) ARCHITECT: RYAN COMPANIES KARL DRECKTRAH #47663 ENGINEER: MBJ RYAN HOPEMAN #50631
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The 550-foot ultra-luxury condo tower, Eleven, officially broke ground today in Minneapolis. Reservations are no longer accepted. Binding Purchase Agreements are now in effect.

Images from Eleven on the River (BTW, the address is 1111 West River Parkway, hence the name.)

Video of Robert A.M. Stern and Paul Whalen talking about the building. (Scroll down)



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Not just a ceremonial groundbreaking. Work is now underway.

10/7.



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^ cool!

it looks like we got a caisson rig drilling.

officially U/C!
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Good news for the mini Apple!
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