Preservation Journal: Spring 2004

Preservation Journal: Spring 2004

Rebirth at University and Raymond

by Robert Roscoe

A cutting-edge art gallery, a gourmet truffle shop, industrial buildings holding artist’s studios and galleries, recently-opened restaurants, a 50s era furnishing store, dozens of specialty shops, and a new age spiritual center have been redefining the urban environment around the intersection of University Avenue and Raymond Avenue, near the western edge of Saint Paul, for the past several years.

Also included in this issue:

  • Preservation 101: Restoration, Preservation, Rehabilitation, Reconstruction
  • New Trend in Older House Siding is Taking Off
  • A River Runs Through It-Meeker Lock and Dam
  • Is it Modern? The House in the Middle of Mac-Groveland
  • Special Events for National Preservation Week May 3-9, 2004
  • 2003 Donors
  • Threatened! Ford Building
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