The Maytag Building
A century-old, former Maytag household appliance showroom and warehouse, and more recently home to Gardner Hardware. The four-story brick building received a $13 million rehab to make room for offices, a first-floor restaurant and a lower-level bar.
Erected in 1916 by the Maytag Company in the classical Chicago School style, this Minneapolis warehouse building served as the company’s northwest branch. Attention to architectural detail and a financing package that utilized the Minnesota Historic Structure Rehabilitation Tax Credit was the formula for the recent renovation. By leveraging historic tax credits, the project was able to reach for the maximum potential in rehabilitating this historic building while maintaining and preserving its historic heritage. Recipient of Preserve Minneapolis "Minneapolis Preservation Awards-2019"