307-Unit City Club Apartments Opens in Downtown Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS — The 307-unit City Club Apartments has opened in downtown Minneapolis. The 17-story apartment building features a sky park with a rooftop pool, outdoor movie theater, bark park and lounge seating. The project has no parking and was designed for young professionals. The majority of the units are designated as affordable for residents earning between $45,000 and $65,000 annually. The project included the preservation of the adjacent Handicraft Guild Building, which was built in 1907. The building has been converted into Eleven Artisans, a 3,500-square-foot, two-story brewery and restaurant. City Club Apartments is an owner, developer and manager of apartment communities with a portfolio of approximately 10,000 units in 30 communities and $2 billion in real estate assets. The company has $500 million under development in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Louisville and the East Coast.