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The Carlyle

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The Carlyle
Bridge Place


Structure générale

construit [achevé]
pieux forés
marron clair jaune clair
oui, partiellement disponible


appartements en copropriété
activités stationnement


  • The Carlyle is the tallest residential building in Minneapolis, and the tallest in the city north of 4th Street.
  • The height of 468'-8" includes 28'-0" spires.
  • This project was given a conditional use permit by the Minneapolis Planning Commission on August 19, 2003. The Minneapolis Historic Preservation Commission approved the design on October 22, 2003.
  • The building survived an appeal in front of the city's Zoning & Planning Committee on November 13, 2003 and was granted final approval by the City Council on November 21, 2003.
  • Originally known as Bridge Place, the name was changed to The Carlyle when marketing began in February 2004.
  • The first proposal would have reskinned the adjacent lowrise Bridge Place I and converted it into resident parking. Instead this building was demolished and replaced with entirely new construction.
  • This site was planned for Bridge Place II in the mid-1980s, but those plans never materialized; the Carlyle was constructed on the entire lot.
  • Demolition of the existing HUD Building took place in May and June 2004. The eastern end of the Janney, Semple, Hill & Company Warehouse formerly occupied the northern end of this site.
  • A sales office at 100 3rd Avenue South opened on June 26, 2004.
  • Reports indicate that more than 60% of the available units were reserved by prospective buyers during the opening weekend.
  • With more than 80% of units reserved by mid-August 2004, a ceremonial groundbreaking took place on September 29, 2004.
  • It stands just one block from the 3rd Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River, overlooking St. Anthony Falls.
  • The tower features views of the Mississippi River, just two blocks to the north, and the downtown Minneapolis skyline to the south.
  • The main entrance is set back from 3rd Avenue and off of a small driveway. The main parking entrance is off of 2nd Street, and the loading dock is off of 1st Street.
  • The first facade panels were installed in mid-December 2005.
  • The structure was topped out in a ceremony held on August 17, 2006, and the six spires were added on November 1-2, 2006, surpassing Minnesota's previous tallest residential building, the Jackson Tower in St. Paul.
  • Despite overtaking the Jackson Tower in total height, this building's highest residential floor is 10'-2" lower than in the Jackson Tower.

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100-198 3rd Avenue South
220 2nd Street South
225 1st Street South
100 3rd Avenue South
Downtown West
Gateway District
États-Unis d'Amérique

Données techniques

468,68 ft
440,68 ft
9,67 ft
107,00 ft
janv. 2005
mars 2007
$100 000 000

Entreprises participantes

Humphreys & Partners Architects, L.P.
Opus Architects & Engineers, LLC

Opus Architects & Engineers, LLC

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  • L'immeuble dispose de balcons
  • L'immeuble dispose d'un centre de remise en forme
  • Des projecteurs illuminent l'immeuble pendant la nuit
  • L'immeuble dispose d'une terrasse ensoleillée
  • L'immeuble dispose d'une piscine
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