LINDEN HILLS LIBRARY RENOVATION
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Originally built in 1931 and designed by the architect James Vanderbilt, the Library is a valued neighborhood institution. Improvements to this two-story landmark included ADA updates; new mechanical and electrical systems; careful renovation of historic features, and a 1,200 SF expansion at the new main level to provide staff workrooms, conference room, children’s story hour area and mechanical space. The design significantly improved the function of the building, while preserving the architectural integrity and historic character.