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Architect: Charles S. Sedgwick, 1902 Additions by Long and Thorshov, 1916-1929, and Larson and McLaren, 1937 & 1947 George Draper Dayton built the 6-story department store on the corner of 7th and Nicollet. The store replaced the first…

Architect: M. Paul Friedberg and Associates, 1976 By the 1960s, the once fashionable Loring Park area had become run down. In response, both the Minneapolis City Council and the Downtown Council (a business leaders’ group) put forward plans in…

The Lafayette Building is a perfect architectural translation of the Roaring 20s — a fun-loving, ostentatious bauble of a building that looks like a birthday cake. But don’t try taking a bite out of it; the building’s exterior is covered with…

Architects: Philip Johnson and John Burgee (New York City) with Edward Baker (Minneapolis), 1972 Renovation of Crystal Court by Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, 1998 The IDS Center includes the Marquette Hotel, an annex on Marquette Avenue, a…

Peavey Plaza 1100 Marquette Avenue Landscape Architect: M. Paul Friedberg (New York City), 1975 Peavey Plaza was an instant hit. Downtown workers on lunch break and children of all ages enjoyed its water works and multiple subterranean levels.…

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