Lumber & Mill | Northeast is a classic, single-story showroom/office property at the southwest corner of I-35W and East Hennepin Avenue in the hip and flourishing Northeast Minneapolis neighborhood. The property has come under new ownership and is set for capital improvements to elevate the building and tenant experience, as well as attract those seeking a dynamic space for what’s next.
The opportunity for business success at Lumber & Mill | Northeast is supported not only by the enviable location, brand recognition of existing tenants, capital improvement investment and white-boxed vacancy plans of new ownership—it is also bolstered by excellent building bones, unique space features and ample off-street parking.
Exterior revitalization to enhance original wood and brick facades
Exterior landscaping to complement new outdoor common areas
Wayfinding, tenant and monument signage featuring updated brand identity
White-boxed vacancies for customized new tenant experience
Dedicated, hands-on property management and responsive ownership
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANS
Lumber & Mill is located on a 7.94 acre site with 377 off-street parking stalls.
Building A: 96,040 SF
Building B: 44,023 SF
Total SF: 140,063 SF
A: 1021-1049 10TH AVENUE SE | MINNEAPOLIS
B: 950984 E HENNEPIN AVE | MINNEAPOLIS
The central and accessible location of Lumber & Mill | Northeast, with convenient connections to Hwy 280, I-94 and Hwy 36, makes this property an incredible opportunity for those seeking a strategic location for business success. The building's visible location on the well-traveled Hennepin Avenue and its position on the main north/south highway artery of I-35 helps position this property as an ideal location for growth mode businesses.
The property is also only two miles to the Minneapolis CBD, runs adjacent to the main University of Minnesota campus and is in the middle of the amenity-rich multifamily, art and retail boom in the Northeast neighborhood district.
The name "Lumber & Mill" was born from the site's long history of housing multiple lumber companies, on which the Twin Cities were built. The land used to be home to Model Planning Mill, Andrews & Multons Mill, as well as John Martin Lumber Co. and Whipple Lumber Co.