1823 Emerson Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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1823 Emerson Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota. ca 2010.
Address: 1823 Emerson Avenue N
Neighborhood/s: Old Highland, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Near North, Minneapolis, Minnesota
City/locality-
State/province
Minneapolis, Minnesota
County-
State/province:
Hennepin County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1981
Primary Style: Modern
Major Alterations: Intact
Historic Function: Religious facility, other
Current Function: Religious facility, other
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Concrete
Material of Foundation: Concrete
Building Permit Number: B510235
First Owner: American Indian Evangelical Church

Old Highland, Near North Minneapolis Hennepin County


Property Description: rounded, eastern-facing main façade; entrances are recessed in "wings" off main structure; each entrance wing is flanked by a vertical, concrete wall with circle cut out of wall; concrete roof – wall junction is smooth with no overhang; entry doors are surrounded by transom and sidelights; circular theme continued on main facade of building as a circle with a stained glass, geometric cross protrudes off main building.

Original structure on site was a Gothic church.

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Image: Tdlindberg--1823 Emerson Ave N (American Indian Evangelical Church) p.1.jpg Architectural survey of original church which burned on 10/23/1980.

Image:Tdlindberg--1823 Emerson Ave - 1981 building permit.pdf 1981 Building permit for Church


Image:Tdlindberg--1823Emerson.pdf Information related to 1823 Emerson Avenue found in the Minneapolis HPC files.


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