Latitude 45 Apartments

USE:Mixed-Use; 318-unit Market-Rate Apartments + 10,000 sq feet ground floor retail
SIZE:13 stories; 409,500 Gross Sq Ft
STATUS:Sold in 2017; Institutional Investor

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Latitude 45 is an award-winning luxury apartment community located at the intersection of Minneapolis’ Mill District and Downtown East neighborhoods. As a cornerstone of the Downtown Core and Mississippi Riverfront the property, designed by locally-renowned ESG Architects, acts as a catalyst to further the transformation of Washington Avenue into a greener, vibrant, pedestrian-friendly “Live-Work-Play” district. Latitude 45 brings a sophisticated living experience second to none. Residents live a lifestyle that mixes casual comfort with a bit of glamour, not to mention access to downtown’s social scene, the business district and direct connection to the Minneapolis Skyway. With a prime location and abundant amenities, these luxury apartment homes provide upscale elegance in a historic downtown setting.

The property features a brand new Ryan Burnet restaurant – Eastside – as well as Massage Envy Spa at street level. The impressive list of amenities that Latitude 45 offers its residents include a rooftop garden terrace, private rooftop pool, fire pits, grilling stations, and bar areas just to name a few. In addition, residents enjoy a Skyway level lounge, a penthouse level clubroom and private event space. A state of the art fitness center and private bike-rider club/workshop attracts fitness fanatics; a heated, 4-season outdoor dog oasis as well as walking proximity to the river and St. Anthony Falls trails (Stone Arch Bridge) appeals to the downtown naturelovers.

Latitude 45 is Skyway-connected, which makes all of downtown Minneapolis accessible to L45 residents, year round (including shopping on Nicollet Mall, Target Field Stadium, and eventually the new Vikings Stadium). A Whole Foods grocery store is within walking distance of the property, as well as many restaurants, farmers markets, pubs, museums, theaters, and great outdoor fitness activities along the river walk.

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