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Old April 26th, 2015, 10:08 PM   #1
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ALIA | 200 Central | 483 ft | 42 stories

Floor Count: 40
Location: 200 Central Avenue Northeast
Developer: Alatus
Architect: Humphreys & Partners & ESG





















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Old April 27th, 2015, 04:44 AM   #2
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Old April 27th, 2015, 07:23 AM   #3
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Never noticed until now how much character that slanted roof gave to the rendering. The design still looks nice, yet not as unique and special as the old rendering IMO. Plus considering this building will not be wrapped with tall buildings around it for some time, (as compared to say Nic on fifty) I would think extra attention to detail would have been given.

I see what they were trying to do with the brown line, yet the top gave it it's own identity.
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Old April 27th, 2015, 12:51 PM   #4
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Plus considering this building will not be wrapped with tall buildings around it for some time, (as compared to say Nic on fifty)
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I haven't heard of any major highrises being built around Washburn HS. What information do you have?
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This site is the Washburn McReavy Funeral Home
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Old September 29th, 2015, 07:05 PM   #6
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200 CENTRAL AVE SE (Washburn-McReavy) l 30-40 fl | Northeast

mmmhmmm Love that new thread smell!

Alatus wants to start riverfront tower in 2016 Developer Alatus is readying its plan for a residential tower overlooking the Mississippi River and downtown Minneapolis, and it hopes to begin construction next year Alatus closed on the Washburn-McReavy property, along with the neighboring St. Anthony Athletic Club, this summer. Still an open question is just how high Alatus' tower will go (the building has gone between 30 and 40 stores in various incarnations), and whether it'll be condos or rentals.

LINK to the news story.

Link to an updated rendering.. (it's rather large so good luck to phone users! )

http://i.imgur.com/80EWPE6.jpg

Also an older pix to remind everyone what were talking about...
[IMG]http://***************/view/img/3307081/screen-shot-2014-07-29-at-112704-am.png[/IMG]

Pretty sure we don't have a specific thread for this project yet, being that it will be underway shortly It's about time! ...Fingers crossed it won't get ... NYE'ED (shortended to under 10 floors)
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Old September 29th, 2015, 07:19 PM   #7
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Duplicate thread? https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...01%3Cbr%20/%3E
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Old September 29th, 2015, 07:26 PM   #8
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...I'll just let you move this over there hehe Maybe you could edit the old thread's title a bit. IDK if it's called Skyline maybe munchymunch knows something we don't?
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Old September 29th, 2015, 09:22 PM   #9
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http://m.bizjournals.com/twincities/...r-in-2016.html
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...I'll just let you move this over there hehe Maybe you could edit the old thread's title a bit. IDK if it's called Skyline maybe munchymunch knows something we don't?
If you zoom in on the updated rendering you can see the name "Skyline" on the building.
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Old September 30th, 2015, 08:09 AM   #11
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Well it is clear of any "Churches" that are already surrounded by 20+ story buildings that could pose a road block. I really cant see any reason anyone would throw up in the way of this. With all that is planned one would have to think that eventually the neighborhood is going to have to cave. They can't hope to roadblock everything that comes their way can they? On top of that the city should remind them of the goal for 500,000 residents. Blocking every tower proposal for this area of North East A-Isn't going to help those numbers reach that level....B - Change the Character of North East to the point of North East not being NE. When I think of NE I think of it as broadway to the rail yard btwn Central and the River, that to me is the true NE area. The area near the river and DT should expect change to come and with that height.
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^The only major objections to the Nye's tower came from the Church. In general the NE neighborhood association is supportive of density and towers.
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Of all the projects that are on the table right now I would like to see this one go first and I really hope so. This one stands out vertically cause of its height as well as it's location and would have some sort of LPM effect where it tends to stretch the skyline further away from the core. Hopefully when other proposed tower go up in NE, it should create a second skyline across the river(still bummed about Nye's proposal though)
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Old October 1st, 2015, 06:54 PM   #14
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i'm more intrigued by the mortenson/us bank project but this will prominent on the riverfront. i'll reserve judgement until they release final renderings.
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Well it is clear of any "Churches" that are already surrounded by 20+ story buildings that could pose a road block. I really cant see any reason anyone would throw up in the way of this. With all that is planned one would have to think that eventually the neighborhood is going to have to cave. They can't hope to roadblock everything that comes their way can they? On top of that the city should remind them of the goal for 500,000 residents. Blocking every tower proposal for this area of North East A-Isn't going to help those numbers reach that level....B - Change the Character of North East to the point of North East not being NE. When I think of NE I think of it as broadway to the rail yard btwn Central and the River, that to me is the true NE area. The area near the river and DT should expect change to come and with that height.
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Old October 7th, 2015, 02:46 AM   #16
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For those of you who refuse to go on UrbanMSP;

Notes from tonight's Marcy-Holmes Land Use meeting :

They are currently working with 40 stories and really like the slim look that it brings with it. 3 story base with 10.5k sq ft of retail space. 3 stories below and 2 above for parking. Gave my opinion to Bob Lux and the architects (who is currently ESG, but Humphrey's might come in too) that future re-use of top 2 stories of parking as office would be great to see, they are going to be using flat ramp style. The amount of parking is really to draw people in from the suburbs. Has a very pre-church argument Nyes redevelopment look to it, with angled walls and varying corners. Zipper type balconies moving up. The base is ugly right now, at least in my opinion, and I really hope they can improve that. Currently a blank wall as you're coming in on Central, that's probably there for a future sign. Also the pent house unit seems very out of place, it's just a big box in the corner. Obligation with the city for $500k for art. Restaurant is very interested in taking lease, that includes owner of Eastside. Soulcycle is also interested in a space here. Still planning on meeting with the CoW sometime in November. Mr. Lux said the current plan is for condos, adding, "but you never know, things like that could change".

Side note: Existing ramp is an interest for a future potential project

Double side note: Owner of CPM (no, they are not going to manage the tower) and Bob Lux both confirmed that the General Mills lot is going up for sale soon.
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Old October 7th, 2015, 03:01 AM   #17
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That's absolutely amazing. Condominiums, retail, and underground parking? This is perfect, also this will be tipping over 450ft. Just hope the design will be better than it sounds.


edit: Good news coming up in the next month, Franklin telecast and this!
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It's a lot of glass if that helps. Glass and high end materials at the base.
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So typical ESG? or is it better?
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Sounds nice thanks for the update! Was it a community meeting? Any NIMBY voicing the viewpoint that it was to big? Any guesses as to how much stable ground there would be? Sure would really help push forward the OTHER skyscrapers if there was already a 40 floor building in the area!
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