Located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, the Dayton’s building has been a central piece of Minnesota’s economy and culture for generations. Now, the iconic building is being reinvented for the 21st century.
For more than 100 years, the landmark building at 700 Nicollet was home to the famous Dayton’s and Macy’s department stores and was an anchor for the downtown retail and business district. The Dayton’s Project development team – led by Telos Group and 601w Companies – is dedicated to realizing the building’s potential while also taking care to honor and secure its place in history. Many original features have been retained and restored, including the Art Deco bathrooms and JB Hudson space. To formally recognize this architectural and historical gem, the team worked closely with state and federal policy makers to secure the Dayton’s building’s place on the National Register of Historic Places.
The design of the Dayton’s Project reflects both the historical significance of the building and how the updated spaces will serve visitors now and for years to come. Standing at 12 stories with over 1.2 million square feet, the new Dayton’s Project will feature exceptional modern office, dining and retail spaces, including an innovative 45,000 square foot food hall and market drawing in visitors from both Nicollet and the skyway. The offices will enjoy many tenant-exclusive amenities, like a green rooftop terrace with unparalleled skyline views, private lounge and library spaces, and a state-of-the-art health club facility. Construction began in March 2017, and demolition was completed in 2018. The Dayton’s Project is scheduled to open to the public in the Spring of 2020.
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Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking!
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Major Projects, Sustainability, & New Construction Techniques
How To Build For The Future, Modular, & Pre Fab
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How to Make New Development and Re-development Pencil in 2020
Navigating Rising Labor & Material Costs
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The Dayton's Project
700 Nicollet Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Parking Information: People should park in the Park and Shop parking garage accessible off of 7th Street between Nicollet and Hennepin
Minneapolis is experiencing a construction boom as more companies are looking to call it home. With more people moving to Minneapolis there is no shortage of multifamily development. While most of these developments are mixed-use with ground floor retail, landlords across the Twin Cities are struggling to keep space leased up.
With so many major developments in the pipeline there is a shortage of skilled labor for construction. Are new and innovative technology like modular the solution to keep construction costs down and get projects done in a timely fashion?
Join us and our all star line up of industry experts as we dive into these topics and more!
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