Star Tribune Building
(1919-1966)
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Star Tribune Building (1919-1966) Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Minneapolis Star Tribune Building (MHPR HE-MPC-0473) was originally a four-story red brick structure built in 1919 for the Minneapolis Daily Star. Between 1940 and 1966, architects at Larsen & McLaren designed expansions that enlarged the building by over 200,000 square feet. The building style was Streamlined Moderne, sheathed in buff limestone and black granite. Documentation for theĀ Minnesota Historic Property Record (MHPR) was performed for Preservation Design Works, LLC.

Star Tribune Building (Please credit Daniel R. Pratt and the Minnesota Historic Property Record)

Star Tribune HE-MPC-0473-18 (Please credit Daniel R. Pratt and the Minnesota Historic Property Record)

Star Tribune HE-MPC-0473-16 (Please credit Daniel R. Pratt and the Minnesota Historic Property Record)

Logging Industry Medallion - MHPR HE-MPC-0473-13 (Please credit Daniel R. Pratt and the Minnesota Historic Property Record)