Ackerberg has redeveloped the historic Miller Textile Building turning it into a signature destination in Northeast Minneapolis. For nearly a century, the building was the headquarters of the Miller Bag company, who used the building to produce bags for flour companies, farmers, and other industries that were the foundation of Minnesota’s economy. Now, headquarters to Stahl Construction and home of Headflyer Brewery, this building is ideal for users looking for an affordable and creative open office space that is highly flexible and well located.
For this project, Ackerberg completely renovated the building into a creative class B office and warehouse space with the new infrastructure to serve today and tomorrow’s Minneapolis businesses. New windows, landscaping, plumbing, sprinkler, HVAC, and electrical systems create bright, welcoming, and efficient spaces for professional and creative businesses wishing to take advantage of the building’s unique environment.
Located along Hennepin Avenue just seconds from I-35W and with proximity to the Northeast commercial centers along Hennepin and Central Avenue as well as the University of Minnesota, the building has superb accessibility and visibility. The property has 80+ free off-street parking spaces, is served by public transit on Hennepin Avenue and is highly accessible by bicycle. The property will have bicycle parking on site.
Now headquarters to Stahl Construction and home of Headflyer Brewery, this building is ideal for users looking for an affordable and creative open office space that is highly flexible and well located. With a total of 48,500 rentable square feet available, there are many space configurations to suit various office user needs.
The community is bounded by the city limits of Minneapolis on the north and east, by the Mississippi River on the west, and irregularly by a combination of streets and rail lines on the south.
Blending a heritage of old architecture, classic housing, bustling main streets, and industrial centers with new residential high-rises, many new breweries, big-box retail, and an explosive art scene, Northeast offers many different opportunities. In recent years, the demographics of Northeast have become younger and simultaneously more diverse and creative. Even so, 79% of housing in the area is owner occupied which has continued to contribute to community stability.
Northeast is an intriguing market. With its thriving main corridors serving as the primary commercial activity centers, there are great building blocks for success that exist in this neighborhood. Change has been a constant in Northeast since it was first settled, and we continue to look for opportunities to help further the evolution of this original Minneapolis neighborhood.
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