Eleven, Minneapolis’ tallest condo tower, breaks ground

RAMSA designed the project.

October 14, 2019 |
Eleven multifamily development top tier

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Rising 550 feet into the Minneapolis sky, Eleven will become the tallest condominium tower in the city.

The 41-story building recently broke ground in the Mill District and will include 118 residences (including 17 penthouses). The building will primarily have four units per floor, transitioning to two units per floor as the building rises and, finally, one unit per floor at the top. Each unit will include a private terrace measuring 14 by 14 feet.

 

Eleven multifamily tower in the Minneapolis skyline

 

Among the 145,652-sf building’s ample selection of amenities are a large landscaped terrace, a 75-foot lap pool, a private motor court, a 24/7 doorman, a large fitness suite, a multi-sport court, a library, a golf simulator, a children’s splash pad, restaurant space, a demonstration kitchen with dining, residential and guest parking, and storage.

 

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Homes in Eleven will start at $900,000. Luigi Bernardi of Arcadia LLC is serving as the project sponsor and co-developer and Ryan Companies is serving as co-developer, builder and is partnering with RAMSA as the architect.

 

Eleven rooftop terrace

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