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Riverbluff Village

Identification

Riverbluff Village
residential complex
102775

Map

Facts

  • These towers would have been connected by an elevated plaza level straddling a monorail line that would have connected it with the University of Minnesota.
  • The project would have included multiple towers and terraced low-rise housing along the Mississippi River Bluffs between the 19th Avenue and Washington Avenue Bridges.
  • Construction was halted in the early 1970s, in part, by a tenants' strike in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. Most of the site remains undeveloped, and an adjacent rail bridge has been converted to pedestrian and bicycle use, connecting the West Bank with Dinkytown.
  • According to the architect, Ralph Rapson, some of the foundation work remains on the site, but it is not readily visible upon close inspection.

Location

Minnesota
U.S.A.

Involved Companies

# Building Height Floors Building type Year Status
1 Riverbluff Village Tower 1 ≈496 ft 40 skyscraper -
2 Riverbluff Village Tower 2 ≈397 ft 32 high-rise building -
existing
under construction
planned
unbuilt
demolished
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