This area on the edge of downtown Minneapolis is full of historic high-rise warehouses, transformed into lofts and offices. Once used by artists, the area soon became too costly but they left many interesting galleries. Maintaining the creativity theme, buildings now house software, advertising, publishing and marketing firms.
For the visitor, numerous restaurants and bars offer dining and the top nightlife area in the metro. Architecture buffs can visit the Butler Square Building and other historic buildings, including a warehouse designed by Cass Gilbert. On the edge of the district is a pretty nondescript Target. Center (home to the NBA Timberwolves) and Target Field (home to the Twins).
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