Snelling Yards

Cinder block building with City of Minneapolis Equipment Storage sign over industrial overhead door

Location: Minneapolis Public Works Department, 3607 East 44th Street

In the 1930s Snelling Yards used to house the ward’s snow plowing equipment. Each ward in the city had a storage facility watched over by aldermen representing each ward. This building with a beautiful art deco style may be demolished with future plans to make room for some 250 units of senior and affordable housing in two five-story buildings.

More info:
southsidepride.com/2018/06/11/whats-happening-with-snelling-yards
startribune.com/in-minneapolis-plan-unfolds-for-a-sizable-affordable-apartment-complex/488048911/

Photo: Brian Donahue

Editor’s Note: Minneapolis Council Member Andrew Johnson’s office related that the Snelling Yards projected is stalled in the planning stage, so no changes are scheduled at this site in the near future.

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