Star Tribune: Hines plans a 29-story tower to fill a gap in the Minneapolis skyline
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Via the Star Tribune:
The building was designed by New York City-based COOKFOX Architects, a firm that’s known for its cutting-edge, sustainable approach. It’ll be clad with copper-colored terra cotta tiles and will have multi-level outdoor terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows that are a rarity in most downtown office towers.
“We know it’ll be that next-generation office building that doesn’t exist in Minneapolis,” Johnson said. “What people miss in the hybrid model is collaboration. People miss being with people and sharing ideas.”
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