MINNEAPOLIS — City Club Apartments (CCA) has broken ground on its newest community in the central business district of Minneapolis. The 17-story property will feature 307 apartments and penthouses. CCA is also preserving the adjacent 1907 Handicraft Building and converting the historic Guild Assembly Hall, which will be a 3,500-square-foot, two-story restaurant and bar, entertainment and event space with a year-round outdoor patio. A 17th-floor Sky Club will feature a gourmet kitchen, big screen TVs and fireplace. A Sky Park will include an outdoor pool, spa and movie theater. Completion is slated for summer 2019. Frana Cos. is the general contractor and BKV Group and Damon Farber are the project architects. Union Labor Life Insurance Co. provided construction financing. The majority of the apartments are considered affordable for those earning between $45,000 and $65,000 per year.
The 17-story apartment building will be located within the central business district.