Transwestern Tapped to Lease Proposed Minneapolis Office Asset

10 West End will be the first Class A office building to be constructed in more than 17 years on the I-394 corridor.

Minneapolis—Transwestern has been retained by The Excelsior Group and Ryan Cos. US Inc. to provide leasing services for 10 West End, a proposed office building west of downtown Minneapolis in the I-394 submarket. Transwestern Vice President Erin Wendorf, Managing Principal Mike Salmen and Principal Mike Honsa will provide leasing services.

10 West End rendering
10 West End rendering

10 West End will be the first Class A office building to be constructed in more than 17 years on the I-394 corridor. The proposed 11-story, 315,280-square-foot asset will be designed for today’s workforce, with walkable amenities, abundant outdoor spaces, easy access to downtown, strong parking ratios, modern efficiencies and on-site amenities. The West End neighborhood features numerous restaurants, upscale shopping, entertainment venues and newly developed hotels and apartments.

”We look forward to partnering with Transwestern to attract companies that are seeking the most inspiring, efficient and cost-effective environment for their employees,” said Tom Tracy, senior vice president at The Excelsior Group, in prepared remarks. “10 West End will be unique in the marketplace because it offers suburban convenience along with all of the benefits of an urban neighborhood.”

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