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Shorenstein Properties' 33 South Six Street mixed-use project in Minneapolis earns LEED Gold recertification

Shorenstein Properties LLC's 33 South Six Street mixed-use property in downtown Minneapolis has earned LEED Gold recertification.

Shorenstein Properties LLC's 33 South Six Street mixed-use property in downtown Minneapolis has earned LEED Gold recertification.

The building is a 1.6 million-square-foot mixed-use property.  The building achieved Gold as part of a recertification, which is required by the U.S. Green Building Council every five years to maintain the LEED for Existing Buildings designation.  The building earned an initial certification in 2010 at the silver level.

Shorenstein Properties acquired 33 South Sixth Street in November of 2012 on behalf of its tenth investment fund. 33 South Sixth Street is a 51-story office building in the heart of the Minneapolis 64-square-block skyway system. Designed by architects Skidmore Owings and Merrill, the building opened in 1983, and is presently the fourth-tallest building in Minneapolis. Major tenants include Target, Meagher & Geer PLLP and Korn Ferry.