2010 2010 E Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis

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2010 East Hennepin in Northeast Minneapolis is a complex of 14 buildings on over 6 acres. The mostly brick and industrial buildings are connected by a series of tunnels as well as Minnesota's first skyway. From 1930 to 1965, 2010 East Hennepin was home to the General Mills research laboratories. It is speculated that Cheerios, Wheaties and Kix were all invented within the enormous complex. Today, the walls and floors are still painted Wheaties orange and Cheerios yellow, but artists and artisans who build everything from kiln-fired glassware to violins have replaced the cereal scientists.

  • Adam Kennedy Enterprises
  • FOCI
  • B&W Specialty Coffee
  • B.T McEltrath Cocolatier
  • Clear Science
  • D'Amico & Sons
  • Dip Stix
  • DECO Catering
  • Golden Fig
  • Geographic Locations International
  • Gibraltar Analytics
  • Kation Scientific
  • Keep the Faye
  • Kings Auto Inc.
  • Lucille’s Kitchen/Midwest Pantry
  • Nanodyne Measurement
  • Northern Lights BioScience
  • Panizza Organs
  • Phoenicean Mediterranean Foods
  • Point B Delivery
  • Quinn Violins
  • Roll Music Systems
  • SPEC Technologies
  • Surdyk’s Flights Inc.
  • System Stream Inc.
  • TC reTrophy
  • The Elixery
  • Universal Framing Inc.
  • Applied Colloids
  • Tellus Consultants
  • Shirley's Catering
  • Nhia's Creative Sewing
  • BioProfile Testing Laboratory
  • Hatch Factory Productions
  • J. Fuerst Real Estate Photography
  • Nu-Vue Studio
  • Specialty Transport
  • MNY Group
  • Northstar Railway Historical Society
  • Bo Jacobsson Studio
  • Dayworks
  • Zelle Glass Studio
  • Curt Goodrich Bicycles
  • Marlaine Cox Metalworks
  • Terri Hollingsworth
  • Matt Hoosier
  • Charles Everson
  • Jacqueline Seavey
  • Michele Vevang
  • David Dermer
  • Ya-Obento
  • Jonathan Stavole
  • Carlos Espinosa
  • Linda Hatfield
  • Laurie Christopherson
  • Karl Bethke
  • Clark Petersen
  • Kate Renee
  • Amy Unger-Weiss
  • Melissa Nellis
  • Jen Obst
  • Jane Connett
  • Katherine Simon-Frank
  • Dan Mackerman Studio
  • Jacob Krause
  • Karen Sontog-Sattel
  • Charles Nordquist
  • Mark Ostapchuk
  • Mayumi Amada
  • Candy Kuehn Studio
  • Rick Fournier
  • Morgan Willow
  • Edith Dalleska
  • Alissa Boehm
  • Larry Rostad Studio
  • Gus Brieland
  • Mike Etlicher
  • Marlo Cronquist Studios
  • Nicole Cronquist
  • John L. Andrew
  • Asa Hoyt
  • Roger Junk / Sculptor
  • Heather Bren
  • Barbara Eckley
  • Nathan Wilson
  • Andy Thompson
  • Bruce McCabe
  • Karlyn Eckman
  • Andrew Nelson
  • Ascension Art Glass by Steve Claypatch
  • Kelly Nezworski
  • Philip Potyondy
  • Allan Ingenito
  • Gentle Illuminations
  • Dean's Kombucha
  • 2nd Truth Photography
  • Bavolak Electric
  • Josh Grubbs Photography
  • Uptown Ovens
  • Gabarro Straps
  • Zachary Bouchier
  • Recharge Labs
  • The Simply Elegant Group
  • DECCA Signs
  • Frio Frio
  • Reid Piefer
  • Kim Rabb
  • Jeanette Dickinson
  • Northern Lights BioScience
  • Matthew Yeager
  • Julian Howley

With more than 172,850 square feet of industrial space in 14 buildings with exposed brick and enormous garage doors, the possibilities are virtually endless. Artists love the wide-open indoor expanses to create on a large scale. Smaller studio spaces or galleries and coffee shops would fit in perfectly with the existing community.

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