Mystic Lake Center

Mystic Lake Center

Posted on February 2, 2018, by

Mystic Lake Center is a 70,000-square-foot event center and a 180-room hotel tower featuring 18 new suites with scenic views. Combining this expansion project with the existing Mystic Lake Casino Hotel makes it the second-largest in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.  Empirehouse partnered with PCL Construction and Worthgroup Architects & Designers as the architectural glass and metal contractor on Read More

Treasure Island Center after renovation

Treasure Island Center

Posted on January 18, 2018, by

Treasure Island Center project site before renovation. Macy’s brick facade on Wabasha and 6th in St. Paul has been renovated into the new Treasure Island Center and TRIA Rink which features four-stories of glass curtainwall. The fifth floor open-air parking lot has been transformed into an ice arena for the Minnesota Wild to hold practices. Read More

Completed dichroic structurally glazed point supported system and curtainwall

Westminster Presbyterian Church

Posted on December 12, 2017, by

The Westminster Presbyterian Church project features a 40,000-square-foot expansion which includes a total glass area of approx. 11,000 square feet. This new light-filled space connects to the Church’s 1895 Romanesque architecture and provides a modern space for the community to enjoy. Empirehouse teamed with Mortenson Construction and James Dayton Design as the architectural glass and metal Read More

1919 University Corporate Facility

1919 University Corporate Facility

Posted on November 29, 2017, by

New modern look invites natural daylight! Empirehouse partnered with Greiner Construction and Tanek Architects as the Architectural Glass, Metal and Glazing Contractor for the 1919 University Corporate Facility renovation project located along the St. Paul light rail system. Replacing the once concrete and punched window facade is a huge curtainwall that brings in lots of Read More

Target Center Atrium Curtainwall

Target Center Renovation

Posted on October 17, 2017, by

When built in 1990, the Target Center was one of the post-modern era architectural structures of that time and built on the edge of Minneapolis. Over the course of 27 years of the city’s continued expansion, Target Center is now situated at the heart of Minneapolis. The passing decades of use required major updates. That’s Read More