When it comes to the riverfront properties, Winslow House has set the bar for stunning design and superior features. Designed by renowned St. Paul architect, Benjamin Thompason, and built in the early 1980s, Winslow House was one of the first developments during the urban redevelopment of the Mississippi waterfront. This 9 story, high-rise building contains 58 units with square footage ranging from 1,375-2,190 square feet. Each unit has stunning panoramic views of the Minneapolis skyline. Conveniently located in the heart of the East Bank, Winslow house is close to restaurants, coffee shops, a movie theatre, parks, and other downtown amenities. (Excerpt from DRG: https://drgmpls.com/)
AMR was contracted in both 2017 and 2018 to complete the restoration of the building. Work was completed on the first-floor level of the exterior, during what the residents referred to as the “Big Dig” and then in 2018 work was performed on the balconies that face the downtown skyline. Completion of the project was a race against the change of Minnesota weather. Due to the owner not finalizing the start of the project until late June 2016, AMR raced against the clock to complete the project prior to weather conditions making it unmanageable to work.
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- Brick replacement
- Waterproofing of balconies and adjacent walls
- Removal and installation of balcony railings to code