Downtown St Paul
To generalize at bit, Downtown can be understood as three districts, defined by elevation. To the west is a public-civic district on high ground, focused on Rice Park. This district includes the landmark 1894-1904 Old Federal Courts Building, the City Hall-County Court House, the splendid Beaux Arts Central Library, the venerable St. Paul Hotel, and several other architectural-cultural-social monuments. (Be sure to visit Lee Lawrie's Indian God of Peace sculpture on the ground floor of City Hall).
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St Paul Lofts & Condos
As the land slopes downhill to the east, one enters Downtown's traditional retail district centered on Wabasha Street. In the 1960s this area was a nexus of urban restructuring, ranging from clearance of some historic buildings, to the innovative multi-block Skyway Building. New office towers, notably the 1968 Osborn Building and the Northwestern National Bank Building (now Wells Fargo) of a year later—both "plugged into" the Skyway Building, in the plannerese terminology of the era—signaled this central area of Downtown as the new business center.
East of Robert Street, the land flattens out a bit. This is the historic domain of St. Paul business and commerce, filled with impressive brick and stone structures built beginning in the late 1800s, a time when James J. Hill, the famed railroad baron, dominated the city's business community. These massive edifices should not be confused with nearby warehouses of similar scale, as they were the signature corporate office buildings of a century ago, many of them, like the Endicott Building at 141 E. 4th Street, are truly significant architecture.
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