Nov 16, 2023 - Real Estate

How much it'll cost to live in the new apartments overlooking Target Field

The interior of an apartment with windows looking out at target field

Image courtesy of Hines

The new and bandied about 34-story tower under construction next to Target Field has begun leasing apartments.

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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