Minneapolis’ newest park is like a front porch on the Mississippi River

[Editor’s note: This article first appeared online via the Star Tribune on October 22. It has been reprinted with permission of the author.]

What is the most intriguing new building in the Twin Cities?

Not The Eleven, the predictably elegant, gleaming white condo building towering over the Minneapolis riverfront near Gold Medal Park. Not the glassy Four Seasons rising on Hennepin Avenue near the Central Library, though it promises to be a dynamic downtown presence. And certainly not any of the scores of predictably designed mid-rise apartment buildings proliferating in downtown and Uptown.

It’s the Water Works Park and Pavilion in Mill Ruins Park.

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