MINNEAPOLIS — Kraus-Anderson has completed construction of Moment, a $66 million luxury apartment tower developed by Sherman Associates in downtown Minneapolis. Designed by ESG Architecture & Design, the 222-unit project is located at 650 Portland Ave. The second floor of the 10-story building is home to Firefighters for Healing and its Transitional Healing Center for injured fighters and burn survivors. The center provides 12 suites for families awaiting a patient receiving care at nearby Hennepin Healthcare Burn Unit, a regional center for burn treatment. It also accommodates discharged patients as they transition before returning home.
Amenities at Moment include a pool, sauna, hot tub, sports simulator, work-from-home space, rooftop lounge and underground parking. Energy usage for Moment is offset by energy production from a solar garden in Carver County. The project also features nearly 15,000 square feet of commercial space with skyway access. A Starbucks store is expected to open this spring. Monthly rents start at $1,657, according to the property’s website.
The name Moment is derived from the phrase “live in the moment.”