Plymouth Building

12 South Sixth Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota


Plymouth Building

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The Plymouth Building, completed in 1911, is locally significant under Criterion C in the area of Engineering as a representation of the development and acceptance of reinforced-concrete skeleton frame construction by the American building industry. The building's period of significance begins at the completion of its construction in 1911 and ends in 1936. The property reflects the statewide historic context -Urban Centers, 1877-1940.-

Posted to the NRHP 2-5-2014

Update Log 

  • August 19, 2014: Added by Dave King