ELEVEN marks the first residential condominium tower in the heart of Minneapolis by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. It provides world-class design, unmatched standard finishes, thoughtful amenities and service, as well as stunning views of Gold Medal Park, Stone Arch Bridge and the Minneapolis skyline.
Every aspect of ELEVEN marks something novel and momentous for the city and provides an original and exciting model for urban living.
A Striking Silhouette For the Downtown Minneapolis Skyline
ELEVEN’s sculptural quality finds its origins in the Art Deco tradition. This familiar, slender, aesthetic can be seen in Minneapolis’ Rand and Foshay Towers, whose stepped-back crowns create strong silhouettes in the skyline. ELEVEN is similarly inspired by many of the pre-war residential buildings of New York and Chicago, long celebrated for being collections of homes in the city and sky. The windows on ELEVEN’s double-height base are inspired by the arched stone buildings that neighbor it on the Mississippi, including the Stone Arch Bridge and the Southeast Steam Plant.
Currently under construction, the residential tower is located at 1111 West River Parkway, one of the most pristine neighborhoods in the area. Set along the Mississippi riverfront, ELEVEN works beautifully within the fabric of the Mill District.
Specializing in luxury properties and condominiums, John T. Wanninger is a professional in Minnesota real estate, notably his dealings with Edina real estate. Wanninger leads the JTW Partners group at Lake Sotheby’s International Realty.