St. Paul post office to be converted into 250 apartments

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  • Updated: March 1, 2013 - 8:21 PM

The downtown St. Paul post office will be converted in 250 units of market-rate rental housing by veteran St. Paul developer Jim Stolpe­stad, an owner of Exeter Realty and the Ironton Asset Fund.

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melvinMar. 1, 1311:13 PM

This is great news. IMO it is far better to save our buildings that have history and great architectural features that would be very expensive today to build. This is a definitely a plus for St. Paul and those who hate seeing the city's history demolished.

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jackstpMar. 2, 1312:15 AM

Also nice that the Depot is going back to be what it was made to do.

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cavellMar. 2, 13 7:28 AM

apts? in that concrete soviet style block bunker? does it have windows?

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elmi0001Mar. 2, 13 7:48 AM

Great reuse! It will look phenomenal! Now we just need some office and retail in St. Paul :/

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jbpaperMar. 2, 1310:42 AM

Is there going to be anything else in the building or just the apartments? If not, those are going to be some nice size apartments since that's a fairly large building.

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jimmywestoneMar. 2, 1311:21 AM

I am curious how the developers plan on fixing the structural problems of the Pilsbury A mill. The stone is falling apart and needs serious reinforcement. I hope they are able to do it right to turn it into apartments

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