Historic Warehouse District
HISTORY OF HERITAGE LANDING During the mid-nineteenth century, this area on the Mississippi River near the St. Anthony Falls served as an early settlement site for the town of Minneapolis. By the late-nineteenth century, the Heritage Landing site was the home of the Northern Pacific Railroad yard. The property stretched from Fourth Avenue at the southeast to the Northern Pacific Round House at Tenth Avenue. The original site’s most outstanding architectural feature was the massive, locally quarried limestone retaining wall which enveloped the recessed railroad yard. Parts of that original wall can still be viewed within Heritage Landing.
OUR TOWNHOMES consist of unique flats, as well as beautiful two-level layouts. The spacious floor plans have a variety of distinctive warehouse characteristics, with generously oversized windows, exceptionally high ceilings, and natural millwork. Some homes have dramatic vaulted ceilings, cozy dens, balconies/patios, and great views of downtown Minneapolis and the Warehouse District. Heritage Landing is a standard of living you’ll love getting used to.
OUR APARTMENT HOMES at Heritage Landing will make you feel as though you have stepped into the elegance of the past. These distinctive homes are accommodating, as well as unique. Featuring oversized windows, exceptionally high ceilings, beautiful, natural millwork, and finished exposed concrete plus exceptional views of downtown Minneapolis and the Mississippi River. Our floor plans are the largest in the North Loop area with a wide selection of sizes and styles.