Cushman & Wakefield has renwed its 39,565-square-foot lease at the Northland Center office building in Bloomington, Minnesota. KBS, the owner of the building, now plans to modernize the 40,000-square-foot concourse level, adding to the amenities already available to tenants.
With 492,514 square feet of rentable space, Northland Center is located in the heart of the Southwest suburban commercial district at the intersection of Interstate-494 and France Avenue with close proximity to the airport and bordering the highly affluent city of Edina, Minnesota. Its location provides an abundance of shopping, dining, hospitality and entertainment options, including the Edina Galleria.
Northland Center has an amenity package that includes a full-service café, a sky-lit atrium lounge with free WiFi, full-service hair salon, dry cleaning, shoe repair, a recently renovated 5,000-square-foot fitness center with group exercise studio, lockers and showers, covered parking with 140 climate controlled parking stalls and on-site car wash.
Northland Center was the first suburban office building in the Twin Cities to achieve LEED Existing Building Operations and Maintenance (EBOM) – Silver Certification. The building has also received an Outstanding Building of the Year award from the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA). Northland Center’s sustainability team continually seeks out and implements energy saving measures that lower tenant energy costs and creates a healthier environment. The building is currently going through Wired Certification. Once achieved it will the first one in the area with such certification.
Cushman & Wakefield provides leasing and property management at Northland Center, with Kris Harris acting as property manager. Bill Rothstein and Dan Wicker with Cushman & Wakefield represented KBS.