Intro to Bookmen Stacks
Housed in a glass and zinc clad exterior, Bookmen Stacks brings a healthy dose of modernism to the North Loop. This contemporary nine-story residential development is adjacent to the Twins Stadium and within walking distance to the heart of downtown.
Forty-five spacious one and two bedroom units feature crisp, stylish detailing combined with wide open floor plans, stunning floor-to-ceiling windows and distressed concrete flooring.
Bookmen Stacks also offers a solid array of amenities, including heated underground parking shared with Bookmen Lofts, a 730 square foot fitness center and a sprawling urban garden that features green landscaping, community seating and panoramic views of the Downtown skyline.
A WARM WELCOME
The lobby at Bookmen Stacks features a black and white photo gallery by renowned photographer Tom Berthiaume. The 65 portraits celebrate prominent civic and arts leaders in Twin Cities history.
Bookmen Stacks was designed by Jim Dayton — a leading Minneapolis architect responsible for the downtown MacPhail Center for Music and other landmark properties around town.
Units are permeated by exposed concrete, vaulted ceilings and polished ductwork. Units also feature sleek, compact kitchens, modern cabinetry and high-end finishes. A number of units also have three sides of floor-to-ceiling windows along with skyline views.
Units at Bookmen Stacks range in size from 820 to 3,140 square feet. Units on the East side of the building also come with their own private balcony.
# of Floors: 8
# of Units: 45
Bookmen Stacks features a combination of 1 and 2-bedroom units. Some plus den units are also available. Interiors boast high ceilings, sleek ductwork, exposed concrete, floor-to-ceiling windows, modern kitchens and private balconies.