Mpls St. Paul
IDS Center at 50
By Madison Bloomquist
January 12, 2023
IDS TowerMpls.St.Paul Magazine wasn’t the only local legend to reach the half-century mark this past year.
IDS Center, Minnesota’s tallest skyscraper (yes, it holds the title, despite the omnipresent argument thatCapella Tower might actually be taller), has stood in our city’s center since 1972—and boy, does it havesome stories to tell.
“It really …
Finance & Commerce
IDS announces lease renewals, expansions
By Brian Johnson
September 21, 2022
The IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis has seen nearly 275,000 square feet of tenant renewals and expansions so far this year, according to Accesso Partners, the building’s Florida-based owner and manager.
Tenants expanding or renewing their leases include law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, wealth management firm Okabena Company and …
Accesso Sees Ongoing Leasing Success at Minneapolis’ IDS Center
By Paul Bubny
September 20, 2022
Accesso has signed several lease expansions and renewals for existing tenants at the IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis. Tenants expanding or renewing their leases include law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, wealth management firm Okabena Company and law practice Lathrop GPM.
“As many companies embrace hybrid work …
Prudential to move into Dayton's Project building in downtown Minneapolis
By Dee DePass and Jim Buchta Star Tribune
September 20, 2022
After selling its Plymouth campus, Prudential makes the move to the urban core of Minneapolis, giving downtown a boost.
A month after selling its 75-acre Plymouth campus, Prudential Financial announced it will move into the Dayton's Project building in Minneapolis next year, giving …
By: Frank Jossi, Finance & Commerce
Last refreshed 30 years ago, Accesso wanted to update the iconic Crystal Court, located at the famed IDS Center in Minneapolis, while maintaining the elements that make such a special part of downtown Minneapolis.
Designed as part of the IDS Center complex, the Crystal Court sits in the middle of the four interlocking buildings and at a …
The welcome but subtle changes to Crystal Court are a towering achievement.
By Rick Nelson, Star Tribune
MARCH 28, 2022
The remodeled Crystal Court in downtown Minneapolis’ IDS Center. COREY GAFFER PHOTOGRAPHY
At first glance, the recently remade IDS Crystal Court doesn’t appear all that different. The key components — trees, seating, water — are still there.
But take a closer look.
“It was like pulling the …
By Naasir Akailvi, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
January 18, 2022
The restaurant is soft opening throughout January, with plans to expand its hours in February.
Chicago-based restaurant group Infuse Hospitality has opened Noa in IDS Center, filling a sit-down space that's been vacant since before the Covid-19 pandemic upended the Twin Cities dining scene.
Noa, a "California-inspired" restaurant with a kitchen led by Executive …
It's located on the ground floor of the IDS Center.
By MELISSA TURTINEN
January 17, 2022
A California-inspired restaurant is set to open in downtown Minneapolis.
Noa, from Chicago-based Infuse Hospitality, will open for lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 77 S 7th St., on the ground floor of the IDS Center. The space was formerly occupied by Mission American Kitchen and Aquavit.
To start, it'll …
By Dan Rafter
July 28, 2021
For nearly five decades, the Crystal Court in the IDS Center has provided an oasis of trees in the middle of downtown Minneapolis. In November of last year, the Crystal Court was closed for a $5 million renovation, with the urban park inside the 57-story tower reopening in late July.
And less than a full week after …
By Dylan Thomas, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
July 22, 2021
For anyone looking to gauge the downtown office market’s ability to rebound from the pandemic and last summer’s civil unrest, there may be no more important date upcoming than Tuesday, Sept. 7.
Several major Minneapolis employers, including U.S. Bancorp and Wells Fargo & Co., set the first workday after the Labor Day weekend …