Cedar-Riverside Plaza, Cedar Square West
- A large urban renewal project east of downtown Minneapolis near the University of Minnesota's West Bank Campus, Cedar-Riverside Plaza was originally conceived as a mixed-income community of fourteen high-rise towers, nine of which were never built.
- Riverside Plaza occupies the entire superblock bounded by Cedar Avenue and 15th Avenue South, from 4th to 6th Streets.
- The architects were recognized with an Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects in 1975.
- In 2004 this complex was given the 25-year Award by the Minnesota chapter of the AIA.
Also recorded for this building:
Electrical contractor, General contractor, Landscape architect, Master plan architect, Mechanical systems installation, MEP engineering, Property management, Structural engineering, Traffic research
|1||McKnight Tower Apartments||337 ft||39||skyscraper||1973||
|2||Chase House Apartments||226 ft||25||high-rise building||1973||
|3||Tower D||185 ft||21||high-rise building||1973||
|4||Tower E||175 ft||20||high-rise building||1973||
|5||Tower F||115 ft||13||high-rise building||1973||
|6||Tower B||10||low-rise building||1973||