Schools sell landmark building on W. Lake Street: Star Tribune

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January 26, 2012 - The Lehmann Center in Minneapolis has had a long, rich history and has held a multitude of faces. From a greeting card company to an education center, it is no surprise that this 105-year-old building has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Lehmann Center will continue to be a Minneapolis icon in years to come as Dominium has closed on the building with plans to convert it into a 136-unit apartment complex, to be aptly named, Buzza Lofts.

Dominium plans to renovate the building into mainly one and two-bedroom apartments affordable to people of moderate incomes. The project cost is $34.5 million, the majority of which will come from historic tax credits.

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