This month our project for Two22 Tower is highlighted in the latest issue of Archello. Downtown Minneapolis is in the midst of a building repositioning boom—a total of eight towers have remodeled their lobbies to meet the new demands of today’s workforce, with Two22 being the most recent to undergo a renovation. Following the commercial building’s sale to Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners, the former Campbell Mithun Tower was rebranded as Two22 with the new owners looking to invest in the building offering future-forward amenities to attract new tenants.
NELSON Worldwide was selected for the extensive renovation to transform the first and second floor and to create a unique and uniform building experience throughout the tower. To differentiate the building from those nearby, NELSON Worldwide used its building repositioning experience to upgrade the main entry, first floor and second floor atrium, tenant amenity lounge, conference center, building management office, elevator lobbies, fitness center, coffee shop, full service restaurant and bar, retail spaces, and marketing suite. Read more here.