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By Nick Halter – Senior Reporter/Broadcaster, Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

Kroll said he’s been selling downtown condos for 20 years and nothing has wowed him like the Eleven project. “At this stage of construction, there isn’t much to be excited about other than being under construction, but as it goes up and people see how significant this project is, I expect their sales will jump,” he said. “Some will need to see the height, some the exterior finish, and some will need to see a finished project. There aren’t that many units, and I don’t expect they'll have any trouble selling out this building.”

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Eleven condo tower is half-sold already,

By Mark Reilly – Managing Editor, Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal Feb 13, 2020, 10:05am EST

The Star Tribune reports on the sales pace so far for WMG Partners at Lakes Sotheby’s International Realty, which is selling the upscale units on behalf of developers Ryan Cos. US Inc. and Arcadia. Units range from $900,000 to more than $7 million.

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Brisk Sales at Luxury Eleven Condo Tower

Twin Cities Business

On Tuesday, the developers also announced that they have tapped Chicago-based Sudler Property Management to offer customized concierge services at Eleven. “Eleven’s design is magnificent and unparalleled in the marketplace,” said Luigi Bernardi, CEO of Arcadia LLC, in a statement. “As a future resident of Eleven, I am looking forward to raising the bar on the standard of living and personal service for each homeowner; and Sudler provides a critical part of delivering that experience.”

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Groundbreaking Begins Monday For Eleven in Minneapolis

WCCO | CBS Minnesota

The building, called “Eleven,” will be 41 stories, standing 550 feet in the air. For comparison, the IDS Tower is 792 feet tall, but 550 feet will still make it the tallest residential building in Minneapolis.

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The Latest Housing Hotspot: Downtown and by the River

Cecilie Rohwedder, The Wall Street Journal

Randy and Gail Ross recently downsized from a suburban house on a lake near Minneapolis to a luxury condominium in the city’s downtown district— but they still have a water view.

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39-story condo tower would be city’s ‘premier address’

Eric Best, The Journal

Two developers say they are planning the next landmark skyscraper in Minneapolis.

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