On Maria Street in the historic Dayton’s bluff neighborhood also referred to as the East side. There are several houses in the area that need some work and some that are now as good as new thanks to the NSP program and the work of private investors.
The crash of the housing market and great recession left several opportunities. They are scattered in and around the metro area. I don’t know what the status of this property it and have no idea what it looks like on the inside but it has been vacant for several years and I hope that someday it will be fixed up or torn down to make way for the next opportunity.
I love the newly renovated Union Depot. I took this last week while I was giving someone a tour. I don’t know how they keep the place so clean.
One of our local treasures and also a national shrine. Opened in 1915 but I believe they started building it in 07. I have photographed this so many times . .
The Minnesota State Capitol dome. it was being restored and they worked on it for a couple of years. It is all pretty again.
I took my niece to see the cathedral. She has never seen it before. I have to say that it was like seeing it all over again myself. Such a gorgeous building. If you live in the area check it out. Yes you can go inside but leave a donation. The building is a national treasure but it costs money to keep it open.