This socially-conscious brewery opened its own doors for the first time in March 2018. Finnegans’ 13,000-square-foot per floor four floor space is home to not only a taproom and the brewery itself, but also a social club (Brewer’s Den) and a co-working space for entrepreneurs.
The local partnership responsible for the makeover of the historic Foshay Tower in downtown Minneapolis into an upscale hotel was challenged with preserving the past while melding with the new. As a part of the exclusive W brand, preserving the Foshay’s historic features was complicated by the building’s unusual obelisk shape. This tapered shape resulted in 53 different guest room layouts, substantially more than a conventional hotel.
Owned by the St Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin, the St Croix Casino in Danbury, Wisconsin offers a modern take on the ‘up north’ look. Designed by Walsh Bishop Architects of Minneapolis, warm earth tones in carpets, textiles and wall coverings patterned on the natural world are evident in the complete furnishings package provided by Atmosphere Commercial Interiors.
The Swinomish people inhabit tribal lands in the Skagit and Samish River valleys of Washington, and the contemporary design of their Casino and Lodge reflects the lush natural elements of these surroundings. Working on a schedule of 12 months from design through construction, Atmosphere Commercial Interiors was an integral part of the collaborative team of architect, design-build contractor and the tribal design committee that brought the project in on time and on budget.
Opened this year, this 355,000 square foot project designed for the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa boasts a gaming floor of over 57,000 square feet. The Black Bear Resort and Casino development includes a 12-story 250-room hotel, a 4-story parking ramp that will add over 1,400 parking spaces, a 32,000 square foot event center, and a 600 seat bingo hall.
A top to bottom renovation of the Millennium Hotel in Minneapolis has transformed the property into a world-class business hotel. Working with RSP Architects, we concentrated on public spaces beginning with the expanded lobby – a series of flowing spaces to wait, work alone or in groups, have small meetings, greet friends and relax.