Loring Park Facilities
The Loring Park facilities project is comprised of two key buildings:
As part of a larger master planning effort for Loring Park, the 1890s Superintendent’s Building needed relocation and rehabilitation services. The previously moved building was relocated to the center of the park and, along with a community flower garden, now serves as a focal point of an intimate performance center.
COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER
The original structure was built in 1906, yet needed to transform into a new type of park facility that focused on arts, not athletics. The original building was gutted, original style elements were brought back, and the floor space was simplified. The resulting structure has a large performance area with glass doors that open to a stunning view of the pond and park gardens.
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ClientMinneapolis Parks and Recreation Board
ServicesArchitecture, Historic Preservation, Interior Design
SizeArts Center: 1,200 sq.ft. Addition, 5,000 sq.ft. Renovation
1999 Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission (Superintendent’s Building)