1814 – 1822 Fremont Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Fremont Flats

1814 - 1822 Fremont Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota. ca. 2010.
Address: 1814.1822 Fremont Avenue N
Neighborhood/s: Old Highland, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Near North, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Hennepin County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1914
Primary Style: Arts and Crafts/Craftsman
Secondary Style: Prairie School
Major Alterations: Some/mostly intact
Historic Function: Apartments/condominiums
Current Function: Apartments/condominiums
Architect or source of design: J. E. Pilgram
Builder: J. E. Pilgram
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Brick
Material of Foundation: Concrete
Building Permit Number: B10874 and B10921
First Owner: J.E. Pilgram

Old Highland, Near North Minneapolis Hennepin County

Property Description: 2 stories; Two, four-unit apartment buildings and one duplex constructed in 1914; medium colored brick façade with horizontal, dark brick course work; contrasting stone/concrete window sills; dentil molding under cornice line; bracketed roof line; recessed porches; light squares of stone/concrete (representing false beams) located on the upper corners of each window.



"Fremont Flats" are a part of Project for Pride and Living. Founded in 1972, Project for Pride in Living (PPL) is a nonprofit agency working with lower-income individuals and families throughout the Twin Cities metro area to achieve greater self-sufficiency through housing, employment training, education, and support services.

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Image:Tdlindberg--1816-1818 Fremont Ave Historical Building Permit.pdf Historical building permit for 1816 - 1818 Fremont Ave N.

Image:Tdlindberg--1820-1822 Fremont Ave historical building permit.pdf Historical building permit for 1820 - 1820 Fremont Ave N.

[1] Project for Pride and Living website

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