From Ruins to Landmark: The Mill City Museum

The Saint Anthony Falls Heritage Zone covers an area spanning several neighborhoods in Minneapolis, namely, North Loop, Downtown West and East, Marcy Holmes, Nicollet Island, and Saint Anthony West. This e-study will only focus on the restoration of one building within the zone and how its story demonstrative the effectiveness of a partnership between public, private, and non-profit organizations in implementing a heritage preservation policy.
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