Vandalia Tower 550 Vandalia St
Saint Paul

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At the old King Koil mattress factory, location is now what's king. Vandalia Tower sits on 5.5 acres at 550 Vandalia Street just north of 94 and south of University Avenue where the new Central corridor light rail will connect Minneapolis and St. Paul. It's a turn-of-the-century, mostly brick campus of seven buildings and an old water tower. A complete renovation currently in progress will respect the history and architecture of the buildings while adding significant updates that will make it a vital and inspiring place to work today.

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People in Vandalia Tower

  • Acts Media
  • Bakkon & Dust
  • Ballinger Leafblad
  • Blue Prairie Cabinetry
  • Bob Mitchell's Fly Shop
  • Bootstrap Coffee Roasters
  • Brad Thomas
  • Carina Creative
  • Center for Mind Body Oneness
  • Chelsea Lovett & Caitlin Nightengale
  • Chemistry Design Werks
  • Fairvote MN
  • Citydesk Studio
  • ELPIS Enterprises
  • Eric Jacobson
  • Erik Nelson
  • Gremlin Theater
  • Greta Sandquist & DeAnne Parks
  • Hackwith Design House
  • Idun
  • IFP Minnesota
  • Jerry Lutgen
  • Jim Broshat
  • John Rotilie
  • Lab 651
  • Lake Monster Brewery
  • Leafline Labs
  • Motion
  • Munster Rose
  • Paikka
  • Savage Umbrella Theater
  • St. Paul Neighborhood Network SPNN
  • Stephanie Hynes Photography
  • Steven Addington, Chris Hill, & Kristina Marie Doty
  • Story Stick Marketing
  • Summer Winter Studio
  • Surplus Noir
  • The Pines Music
  • Thom Allen
  • Ticket King
  • Trinity Logistics
  • Vandalia Glassworks

A renovation underway has transformed this once warehouse space into a dynamic home for the creative class. Lake Monster Brewery, Independent Film Maker Project, Munster Rose, Hackwith Design, Union Park Marketing and a many more creative entrepreneurs call Vandalia Tower home. The large, inspiring spaces make it ideal for any company interested in eclectic, historic workspaces over cubicles. The transformation is stunning, but not yet complete. Stay tuned.