Intro to River Towers
Originally built in 1964, River Towers remains Minneapolis’ first and largest downtown residential highrise. The complex, which lives on the corner of 1st & Marquette, consists of two buildings and more than 500 condos.
Inside you’ll find a collection of studios, one, two and three-bedroom condos. Layouts are traditional, favoring crisp lines, large windows and average ceiling heights. Spectacular skyline views can be seen from the south side of the building.
Beyond sheer size, amenities are what sets River Towers apart. The complex, which occupies more than five acres in the historic Gateway Park, offers a unique collection of amenities including a landscaped courtyard, a large outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and a fitness center.
Because River Towers was converted into condos in the mid-seventies, not all units are the same. Upgrades will depend on the current and previous owners. Expect most homes to feature traditional interiors, 8-foot ceilings and a combination of carpet and laminate flooring.
Studio, one, two and three-bedroom floor plans are available. Layouts at River Towers are modest in size, ranging from 470 to 1,300 square feet. French balconies.
# of Floors: 27
# of Units: 493
River Towers features a combination of studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom condos. Interiors boast traditional layouts, 8-foot ceilings, a combination of carpet and laminate flooring, efficient kitchen setups, and large windows with urban views.