How much it'll cost to live in the new apartments overlooking Target Field
Yes, but: Living with a ballpark view won't come cheap.
Details: The asking price for a top-floor penthouse, which faces the Mississippi River, is $11,500 a month. The 2,500-square-foot unit has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two balconies.
- For a Target Field view, options range from around $1,900 a month for a 540-square-foot studio on the 14th floor to $8,490 for a two-bedroom, 1,600-square-foot unit on the 33rd floor.
Reality check: You can't get a unit on the top floor overlooking the ballpark because that space is being set aside for a kitchen and lounge for tenants.
What to watch: Move-ins will begin in February and all units will be ready in May, according to a press release.
Catch up fast: Called North Loop Green, the project consists of two towers. The residential one includes short-term rentals on the bottom floors.
- The 18-story office tower next door will be home to investment firm Piper Sandler and several other tenants.
- The construction cost, according to a building permit, is $243 million.
Editor's note: This story has been corrected to show the top floor of the apartment building is being set aside as a kitchen for tenants, not for a restaurant.
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