This building was originally the 1908 Shubert Building, now a National Register property. It was brought back to life in 2005 as The Fitzgerald, in a reference to Garrison Keillor's radio theater next door. The Shubert-Fitzgerald conversion retained retail on the ground floor, and divided the upper five floors into 40 very small, "European style" units ranging in floor area from 320 to 750 square feet, priced from about $90,000 and up. By Midwestern standards that sounds incredibly tiny, but spaces like these are indeed common in Europe, as well as in New York. Unlike many such units out East, The Fitzgerald's living spaces are modern and nicely finished.