RSP Architects helms $22M remodel of Millennium Hotel Minneapolis

RSP Architects completed a remodel of the Millennium Hotel Minneapolis, which won RSP a 2014 International Interior Design Association (IIDA) FAB Award.

RSP Architects envisioned a renovation that would touch 90 percent of the property. The $22-million renovation incorporated local materials into the hotel's design, reminiscent of Minnesota's natural elements. The hotel was remodeled from top to bottom, including all 321 guestrooms and public spaces, and the property now has a modern look with upgraded technology and amenities.

North 45 is a new restaurant concept and bar in the property that has local craft beers and regionally influenced cuisine. A club floor and lounge provide a variety of spaces for business meetings.

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RSP Architects is headquartered in Minneapolis, with offices in Chicago, Fort Worth, Phoenix, and Rochester, MN. Overseas, it operates as Alexander Architects and Alexander Design Group, with offices in Bangalore, India; Tianjin, China; and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

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