About Winslow House
Developed in the early 80s when interest in the East Bank/Main Street was beginning to heat up. It was appreciated as both as an investment benchmark (high quality) as well as for its architecture. Winslow House was designed by the noted Boston architect Benjamin Thompson, a St. Paul native, whose wildly popular Faneuil Hall-Quincy Marketplace had opened in Boston a few years before. The building is expressed in the brick cut-into-box imagery that was the visual hallmark of the so-called Boston-Minnesota axis throughout the 1970s.
Winslow House for sale
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Listing information last updated on May 21st, 2013 at 2:40am CDT.