Built in 1880, the building played a significant role in the rise of Minneapolis’ booming flour mill industry. In its day, the Barrel House was the largest barrel manufacturer in the country - a time when barrels were the most popular means for shipping goods.

New again.

Our multi-million dollar renovation restored the building to its authentic heritage, but with new amenities to attract today’s creative workforce.

Looking ahead.

Throughout the building, we celebrate exposed brick, timber, and other raw materials, paying respect to the history and context of the building. While paying homage to the past, we house the next generation of creativity and innovation, having designed the space around the idea of connectivity.