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Identification

Reflections East Tower
Reflections at Bloomington Central Station East Tower, Bloomington Central Station Lot 1 Block 2 Tower 2, Southeast Residential Tower 2
202155

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
concrete
glass
curtain wall
blue
modernism

Usages

residential condominium
parking

Facts

  • The tower has a green roof, minimizing surface runoff.
  • This building received LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification from the US Green Building Council in Spring 2007. With its sister tower, it becomes the first LEED high-rise in Minnesota.
  • The two towers share 372 parking spaces in a 2-level underground garage.
  • There is no numbered 13th floor.
  • Almost half of the units were reserved by the end of October. Site work began in February 2005.
  • Marketing for this tower began in early October 2004.
  • This, and the neighboring Reflections West Tower share a common one-story lobby.
  • These towers are almost entirely glass, featuring expansive views of the Minnesota River Valley and National Wildlife Refuge just to the south.
  • Because of its location at the south end of the new North-South runway at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, it features triple-paned glass, no balconies, and is without openable windows.

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Location

8151 33rd Avenue South
8150 34th Avenue South, 3350 East Old Shakopee Road
8151 33rd Avenue South
55425
Bloomington
Minnesota
U.S.A.

Technical Data

170.25 ft
9.00 ft
17
2
Apr 2005
Aug 2006

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