Affordable Class A Office Space
Nestled neatly in a core area of government buildings in downtown Minneapolis, the newly reborn Flour Exchange Building is a tantalizing example of the beauty that can flow from combining the old and the new. While respecting the integrity of the original structure, the new Flour Exchange Building caters to the contemporary demands of those succeeding in this fast-paced urban environment.
Built between 1892 and 1909, Minneapolis' original skyscraper structure traces its roots to the hey day of the milling industry in the city. The Flour Exchange Building has achieved recognition as an architecturally significant building by the Minneapolis Planning Commission and the Historic Preservation Commission.
Today, the Flour Exchange Building has an enviable location, with the up-to-date amenities that lead to an efficient and pleasant work day. Though similar in features to its larger rivals, the bright natural light from the spacious windows is especially appealing as are the costs of tenancy versus comparable Class A office space.