Rising 42 stories above the Twin Cities, Eleven is an iconic addition to the Minneapolis skyline and the tallest residential tower in the Upper Midwest. The site along West River Parkway was originally developed and owned by Ryan as an office building. However, as demand soared for downtown living, Ryan and investment partner Arcadia saw the opportunity to transform the two-acre surface parking lot into a luxury condo tower that established a new standard for the Minneapolis market.
Ryan partnered with Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA)—a New York City-based, world-renowned design firm lauded for envisioning buildings that take their design cues from the past and reinterpreting them for today. With Eleven, RAMSA brought their unique vision for residential architecture to Minneapolis.
Located in the sought-after Mill District neighborhood, Eleven overlooks Gold Medal Park with extraordinary views of downtown Minneapolis, the Mississippi River and the Stone Arch Bridge. The building was designed to work beautifully within the context of its surroundings, with architecture that exudes a sense of grandeur and elegance, accompanied by world-class amenities. Eleven has 122 homes of varying sizes and floor plans, ranging from 1,600 to 11,000 square feet with oversized windows and private terraces ranging from 200 to 1,700 square feet. Amenities include a private motor court, a 25-yard lap pool, a fitness suite with yoga, steam and sauna rooms, billiards room, library and a demonstration kitchen with dining room.