Ridgedale Regional Service Center & Library

Project Description

Originally constructed in 1980 to provide a variety of essential government services to the rapidly expanding western suburbs of Minneapolis, Ridgedale Regional Center brought a public library, administration offices, district courts, a licensing center, and social services offices all under one roof. The expansion project adds some 61,450 square feet to the public library and library administration services area, along with remodeling an additional 103,000 square feet. A new 225-car parking ramp brings the total on-site parking capacity to 500 cars. A new gracefully and memorably curved clerestory revitalizes the architectural plan with a new identity.


  • Minneapolis, MN
  • Construction Value: $14.76M
  • Architect: MS&R Architects
  • 2018 Finance and Commerce Top Projects Award Winner
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