The Excelsior Group, Ryan Companies to develop 315,000-square-foot office building in Minneapolis

May 09, 2016  |  Staff Writer  |  Print Article  |  Email this Article


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The Excelsior Group, LLC and Ryan Companies US, Inc. have announced plans to develop 10 WEST END, a 315,000-square-foot office building located at the southwest quadrant of Interstate-394 and Highway-100 within the West End mixed-use development in Minneapolis.

The 11-story building is the first of two phases and the first Class-A office building built in more than 16 years in the I-394 submarket of the Twin Cities.

Building amenities will include an active entrance lobby, progressive creative work environments, rooftop terrace, fitness center, ground-floor bike storage, lockers, showers and outdoor balconies on every floor with views of downtown Minneapolis and the West End neighborhood.

In addition, 10 WEST END is located adjacent to a new urban park and is in close proximity to a wide range of transit options including mass transit and the Cedar Lake bike trail, a major artery of the Three Rivers Park District regional trail system. The location offers walkable neighborhood amenities including restaurants, shopping, entertainment, multi-family housing and hotels. 10 WEST END will offer flexible and efficient floor plates, best in class technology infrastructure and ample parking.

Ryan Companies is providing development, construction, capital markets and architecture and engineering services. The Excelsior Group will support development and leasing activities with Jim Jetland as the listing agent, and provide property management services.

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