Mass Timber
TMBR is poised to be the tallest mass timber building in the United States.

The 132-foot-tall frame of this residential condominium building will make it the tallest mass-timber structure in the U.S. TMBR houses nine floors of luxury living units above ground-level retail space. Inspired by the historic brick warehouses of its North Loop Neighborhood and guided by the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Gold standards, TMBR’s rich material palette also helps to minimize its carbon footprint. Its envelope is a high-performance facade composed of innovative, low-e glazing and window films that maximize energy efficiency.

Most of TMBR’s residential units have their own outdoor living spaces with integrated plant life.
Conventional buildings create carbon
TMBR is a carbon neutral structure.
The building’s carbon-neutral, mass-timber structure is as strong as reinforced concrete yet weighs 60 percent less.
A green roof deck provides a magnificent view of the Minneapolis skyline.
Exposed CLT black-spruce ceilings are warm and inviting.
Natural light travels deep into each living unit’s interiors.
Sheathed in terracotta, glass and black steel, TMBR uses materials found throughout its historic, warehouse neighborhood in a simple, modern manner.
Mechanical and electrical systems are routed through clean-line soffits.
Open floor plans and floor-to-beam windows allow for unobstructed views.
White finishes create bright interior spaces that foster a sense of well-being.
Exposed CLT columns and beams are a contemporary expression of the heavy timber, Douglas Fir structural systems revealed in nearby historic buildings.
The building’s green roof offers residents a place to gather and to connect with nature.
Living units range from 950 to 4,500 square feet in size.