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1302 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Minneapolis

History

1300 N.E. 2nd Street was built in 1922 for the Second Northwestern Bank, now known as Northeast State Bank. In the 1940's the building was obtained by the Polish White Eagle Association, who owned the building until it was purchased by Michael Lander in 2002. Over the span of those years, the bank building wand the adjacent 1304 N.E. 2nd Street housed a number of different businesses including a print shop, a dental office, a real estate agency, and a law firm.

165 N.E. 13th Avenue was built in 1926 and house a number of manufacturing and service companies until the 1990's. It was purchased by the Polish White Eagle Association and has been the neighborhood banquet hall ever since.

Currently the original architecture from the bank remains intact, including vaulted ceilings, art deco light fixtures, and handcrafted glass panels. Lander Group is looking for new tenants to take advantage of this unique opportunity, to bring new energy to this corner, and to enhance the beauty of this wonderful Northeast neighborhood.

 


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