United States | 2020
City Club Apartments CBD Minneapolis is a modern, amenity and service rich mixed-use apartment community that has responded to the need for affordable downtown living in Minneapolis. The target renters are young professionals and those earning between $45,000 and $65,000 annually, a niche not currently being served. Located in the heart of the CBD on 10th Street between Marquette Ave. and Nicollet Ave., City Club Apartments—CBD Minneapolis’ stunning 17-story high-rise features 307 apartments and penthouses. The developer preserved the adjacent 1907 Handicraft Building and historic Guild Assembly Hall and has converted them into to a two-story restaurant/bar, entertainment and event space. The buildings feature 100-year-old wood trusses, soaring 30 foot ceilings and a European inspired green corridor and expansive entertainment patio connecting the restaurant and new high-rise to downtown Minneapolis. The new building features a rooftop cabin-inspired Sky Club with gourmet kitchen, club seating, big screen tvs and fireplace where residents can host private dinners, entertain or connect with their neighbors. It also includes a Sky Park with an outdoor pool, Zen garden and movie theater. City Club Apartments—CBD Minneapolis offers the amenities and services of a 5-star hotel with the very best of urban living and lifestyle. The community’s Bark Park invites pet owners to schedule play dates. The community’s list of amenities and services also includes a lobby library lounge, a massive Kenny Scharf mural, sexy bathrooms, 24/7 concierge and social programing, professional wellness and exercise rooms the integration of advanced and high-speed fiber technology and zero parking. That’s right, this building has no parking. With Minneapolis’ excellent public transportation options, proximity to the Skyway, access to bike share, Uber, Lyft and other rideshare options, the advancement of autonomous vehicles and evolving attitudes to vehicle ownership, this building was created with an eye on the future.
Lars Gitz Architects and Kragh & Berglund
International Designers by Rita Chraibi